Ogden Equips Fleet With Satellite Navigators

According to Gerald A. Gutman, president of Nav-Com Incorporated, the firm has received an award from Ogden Marine, Inc., equipping the Ogden fleet with Magnavox model MX-1142 Satellite Navigation Receivers.

As i n d i c a t e d by Stanley S.

Unger, senior vice president of Ogden Marine, Inc., the Magna- K 4(0} Hamburg Messe undCongressGmbH visitor service SMM ^ Postfach 30 23 60 N^D-2000 Hamburg 36 ^ I1 vox Satellite Navigators will substantially contribute to Ogden's continuing program of improving vessel operating efficiencies and a reduction of unnecessary fuel consumption.

The Magnavox model MX-1142 Satellite Navigator is reported to provide the most advanced techniques for precise navigation and high reliability. The unit also offers the future expansion capability of adding an integrated Omega N a v i g a t i o n System by adding plug-in cards at a later date. The Integrated Omega Navigation capability provides continuous position information between satellite passes, and thus results in increased fuel savings when properly utilized.

For further information, contact Walt Perlowski, Marketing Manager, at Nav-Com Incorporated, 711 Grand Boulevard, Deer Park, N.Y. 11729.

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