Actisense, the global NMEA specialists based in Poole, United Kingdom, has launched a series of courses aimed at helping to demystify NMEA...Read More
Actisense, the global NMEA specialists based in Poole, United Kingdom, has launched a series of courses aimed at helping to demystify NMEA (National Marine Electronics Association) networking protocols, designed for boaters, technical installers, and fleet managers.
The 3 course modules cover the fundamentals of NMEA 0183, NMEA 2000 and how Actisense products have been designed to help boaters get the critical boating data they need, wherever they are. The courses are succinct and cover everything from hardware connections and electrical levels, right through to how data flows between electronic devices.
The third and final module of the course focuses on configuring Actisense products and using them for diagnostics. By the end of the course, users will understand how to improve an installation as well as overcome a range of different NMEA-related problems.
Actisense CEO, Phil Whitehurst, said:
“We are proud to have partnered with the team at LearnBS.com to provide in-depth, technical courses to give you the tools you’ll need to work with NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000 protocols. Learn the common issues faced by boaters and marine electronics installers, and discover how our products can save you a huge amount of time and money, while keeping you safe and providing the most accurate data.”
“Learning and collaborating is one of our core values at Actisense. We are proud to have worked with some of the biggest players in the marine sector in developing intelligent solutions to complex electronic sensor and networking challenges. We have developed these courses with boaters and technical installers in mind, to help them have access to the data that they need for safer and more efficient journeys.”
To get started with the Actisense Academy courses, simply visit https://actisense.com/learn-with-actisense.
Their team also recently hosted the industry’s first webinar on the latest NMEA standard, OneNet, discussing how the new protocol will work and all its benefits. They also delved into security implications and what the future of the OneNet protocol will bring. Watch the full recording and learn more here.