Actisense, a leading marine electronics brand is continuing to provide their expertise to marine industry professionals from across the UK in a dedicated free workshop on the Wednesday 19th August, in Bournemouth.
Following on from the success of their previous workshops which took place in February and April of this year, Actisense, the marine electronics brand from Active Research Limited is offering another workshop to their customers and those within the marine industry free of charge. The workshop forms part of Actisense’s current campaign for industry and knowledge development in the UK and will see professionals across the UK’s marine industry gather at the Hallmark Hotel in Bournemouth.
Presented by Andy Campbell, chief engineer and Owen Vachell, technical support engineer, the workshop will cover topics such as “safely connecting a PC to an NMEA network”, “creating reliable hybrid NMEA networks” and “tools and techniques for diagnosing NMEA networks”.
Commenting on the upcoming workshops, Phil Whitehurst, managing director of Actisense commented, “Based on the success of our first two workshops, we are pleased to be holding a third workshop in the Shiraz Suite at the glamorous Hallmark Hotel. Having relocated to a larger venue this will give us the opportunity to deliver the workshop to more professionals from across our industry and provide them with further knowledge on how to make the most of our innovative products.”
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