Simrad has unveiled the NSO evo3 navigation system, a display that combines autopilot, radar, communications, fishfinding and more information.
The high-definition display (1920 x 1080) can show six split panels and can be viewed from any angle, including by users wearing polarized sunglasses, Simrad says. An iMX6 quad-core processor is installed for faster chart redraws, updates and touchscreen response than on previous models.
NSO evo3 can power Simrad’s Halo Pulse Compression Radar, the S5100 CHIRP sounder module, ForwardScan forward-looking sonar and StructureScan 3-D sonar imaging. It also can wirelessly connect to smartphones, tablets and internet hotspots.
Available sizes: The NSO evo3 comes in 16-, 19- and 24-inch integrated displays. Prices range from $7,699 to $11,699.
See the full product specs: Simrad