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  • The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has announced plans for its 1989 Annual Meeting and has issued a Call for Papers to be presented at the conference.

    The NMEA Annual Meeting will be held October 12-17, 1989, at the Olympic Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle, Wash. The agenda calls for at least two days of technical training seminars to be held by major marine electronics manufacturers for dealer technicians, as well as business workshops, technical papers and committee meetings. The event will be culminated in the Annual Banquet on Tuesday, October 17, at which the NMEA will present its 1989 Product Awards.

    Abstracts for papers to be presented at the technical sessions should be submitted no later than July 31, 1989, and should be sent to the attention of the 1989 Papers Chairman, National Marine Electronics Association, P.O. Box 130, Accord, Mass. 02018. Technical papers should address some aspect of marine electronics technology and should not be commercial in nature.

    For more information about the NMEA Annual Meeting, contact Ely Hamaty, Executive Director, National Marine Electronics Association, P.O. Box 130, Accord, Mass.

    02018-0130, phone (617) 878-1723.

  • the movement toward standardization. Complete copies of the NMEA 0183 format are available from the Office of the Executive Director, National Marine Electronics Association, P.O. Box 57, Oronoco, Minn. 55960; (507) 367-2568. The cost is $9.00 postpaid

  • The National Marine Electronics Association has finalized plans for its Annual Meeting, which will be held at the Westin Hotel in Seattle, Wash., October 13-15. The program will feature a variety of workshops, forums, technical papers and presentations. As an additional attraction, Michael Reagan

  • For the third year in a row, Robertson's microprocessor-controlled autopilots have been awarded top honors by the National Marine Electronics Association at their recent banquet in Seattle, Washington. This, for any manufacturer, is a significant achievement as it represents peer recognition by a

  • —Issues Call For Papers The annual meeting of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has been scheduled for October 14-16, 1984 in Boston, Mass.; the association has issued a Call for Papers to be presented at the conference. The NMEA annual meeting will take place immediately prior

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  • The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA), during their annual awards banquet at the Tradewinds Hotel in St. Petersburg, Fla., again honored Furuno products for outstanding performance and reliability. At this year's ceremonies, industry sales and technical personnel chose eight Furuno

  • The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) recently announced plans to upgrade and expand its Certified Marine Electronics Technician (CMET) program, which provides minimum qualifications for proficiency in installing and repairing marine electronics equipment. According to NMEA president Ge

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  • The National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) has announced two key appointments. Gerald A. Gutman has been elected president of the organization and Charles S. Carney has been named executive director. Mr. Gutman is president and co-founder of Nav-Com Incorporated, Deer Park, N.Y. Prior to

  • Sperry Marine was honored at the annual banquet of the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) when the association presented its 1990 Products Award to the Sperry Marine gyrocompass system. The NMEA jury of industry sales and technical personnel bestows the honor annually on marine electronic

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