Farias Maestro Mach-7 Compatible with Navionics.17 October 2011Category:Farias Maestro Mach-7NavionicsCompatabilityChartsHot Maps
Thomas G. Faria Marine Maestro Mach-7 System is now compatible with Navionics Gold Coastal Charts and Hot Maps Premium Lake fishing maps.
Wareham, Mass. – Navionics, the leader in electronic charting and navigation data, announced today that the Thomas G. Faria Corporation, a manufacturer of world class instrumentation for the marine industry now offers support for Navionics Gold Coastal charts and Hot Maps Premium lake fishing maps for the Maestro Mach-7. The Mach-7 touch screen on board system is the latest offering from Faria.
The Maestro Mach-7 is a high end, feature rich, highly customizable digital instrument cluster that can easily fit the dashboard of any boat with or without the need for analog gauges and control switches. Engine monitoring and diagnostics, boat parameter monitoring, navigation, digital switching, Bluetooth, internet connectivity, Zero Off speed control and charting, and infotainment are just a few of the major functions embedded in the Mach-7. This highly customizable unit, rich Graphical User Interface and Touch screen controls with a Wireless Remote Keypad, distinguish this innovative new product from Faria, a world leader in instrument manufacturing.
Hot Maps Premium lake maps offer Mach-7 users detailed maps of over 17,000 North American lakes plus high-resolution maps of over 1,000 top U.S. tournament lakes and waters. Gold marine charts encompass the coastal waters, rivers and bays of the Americas, Europe, Greenland, Africa, Asia and Oceania.
Faria customers will also be able to enjoy access to Navionics Freshest Data program which gives users unlimited updates for one year to Navionics’ most current database! Navionics publishes over 10,000 changes per week which gives users the most current data available on the market today.
“The Maestro Mach-7’s unique design and large touch screen display allows for boaters to have access to Navionics Gold Charts and Hot Map Premium maps and allows Maestro users to access the most accurate and detailed cartography available today” said Dana C Fenner, Senior Director, Business Development for Navionics.
“Faria is proud to partner with a world class company like Navionics in introducing Mach-7 technology and look forward to a continuing collaboration of bringing creative new technology to the world marine markets”, said Jason Blackburn, Faria’s Vice President of Sales & Marketing.
For 27 years, Navionics has developed and manufactured electronic navigation charts and systems for marine, inland lakes and rivers, and for outdoors use. Navionics is based in Massarosa, Italy, and operates sales and manufacturing facilities in seven countries — conducting research and development, operations, production, sales, marketing and distribution. Navionics headquarters in Massarosa, Italy serves Europe, Africa, Asia and Oceania, and manages the research, development, and production facilities globally. Navionics US headquarters, based in Wareham, Massachusetts, oversees the Americas. Navionics UK and Navionics Australia provide sales and distribution to their local regions.
About Faria Instruments
The Thomas G. Faria Corporation has been manufacturing instruments in Uncasville, CT for more than 50 years (established in 1956) and has grown from a company that primarily produced tachometers for the marine and auto industries to one that today offers a multitude of analog and digital engine monitoring instrumentation to a wide range of global markets. Over the years, the company has transitioned from an electric and mechanical gauge manufacturer to an ISO9001 electronic hardware and software design company with in-house pick and place assembly lines for surface mount technology (SMT) circuitry.
With some of the most sophisticated vehicle information and instrumentation systems in the industry, and a range of products that are rugged enough to survive on a military Humvee and heavy construction equipment, or with innovative styling for marine craft or RV, Thomas G. Faria Corporation has the right products to meet future global needs for rugged, reliable, and innovative instrumentation.