Q Experience navigation system on display at Boatlife

The Q Experience smart navigation plotter, developed and manufactured by Finnish tech company Nextfour, is on display at the BoatLife event in Birmingham, which is ongoing until February 20.

Technical Marine Supplies, which represents Q Experience in the UK, offers the brand’s glass-fronted multifunctional displays in sizes 10”, 12” & 16”, in both single and twin layouts.

Visitors to BoatLife at the NEC can enjoy demonstrations of this versatile system by heading to stand D38.

“Offering our customers a simple, singular vessel control panel reflects the recent developments in the automotive industry,” states Nick Cook, senior sales manager at TMS.

“Having full high-definition platinum charts from Navionics along with a GPS based security system, radar screen, full digital switching, NMEA interface and, not to mention the built-in DAB radio and Bluetooth, in one complete package offers the UK OEM market a complete, space-saving yet affordable solution, which other OEM partners around the world have already started to embrace.”

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