B&G launch new Nemesis™ Sailing Display

B&G launch Nemesis Sailing Display

B&G®, the world’s leading sailing navigation and instrument specialist, is excited to announce the launch of Nemesis, a new generation of intelligent sailing data display offering unparalleled visibility, with complete customisation or easy to use pre-set multi-function templates and automatic dashboards based on the point of sail.

Whether racing or cruising, Nemesis offers sailors the power to see the sailing data they trust when and how they want to see it, no matter what the conditions, providing an intuitive link between their instrument network and the real world.

Ultimate visibility and versatility

A bright IPS SolarMax™ HD touch screen, with super-wide viewing angles provides the ability to view with polarised sunglasses from anywhere on-board. With adjustable data sizes, palettes and backlighting, Nemesis offers optimal viewing in all conditions, whether on the mast or in the cockpit.

Complete customisation

The all-in-one customisable display can be mounted in either portrait or landscape and the easy to use drag & drop editor provides a wide choice of graphical gauges, SailSteer™, tank levels, digital data, IP camera views, histograms and images.

This gives sailors the freedom to select the data, palettes, set size and position that they want or they can simply choose from a choice of pre-selected built-in B&G dashboards and templates. Additional automatic context modes allow users to choose the sailing data they want to display based on point of sail or sailing mode: Upwind, Reaching, Downwind or Pre-start.

Unrivalled integration and control

The use of commercial grade components, hours of testing and development by sailors in all conditions, combined with the most accurate sailing data available from the B&G network and instruments, will ensure users have complete trust in Nemesis. The reliability and accuracy of both the data and the display provide the confidence needed to make the right decisions. In addition, the Nemesis display can be controlled via the touch screen or from an Apple Watch®.

Nemesis is B&G’s premium sailing data display solution and is available in 9 and 12 screen sizes.

Key Highlights:

Can be controlled via the touch screen or from an Apple Watch
Pre-set dashboards or easy to use drag & drop editor for full customisation
Wide choice of digital data displays including graphical gauges, SailSteer, tank levels, IP camera views, histograms and images
Automatic Context modes: Upwind, Reaching, Downwind, Pre-start
Bright, crisp IPS SolarMax HD touch screen, with super-wide viewing angles
Portrait or landscape mountable
Ethernet and/or NMEA 2000® connectivity

Nemesis will be available from December 2020.

For more information on Nemesis, visit www.bandg.com

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