Thu. Dec 7th, 2023
KVH Industries Receives Recognition for Integrated Satcom and Marine Satellite TV Solutions

KVH Industries, Inc. has been honored by the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) for its innovative TracNet H60 hybrid communications terminal and TracVision UHD7 satellite TV system. These products have received the 2023 Product of Excellence Awards in their respective categories.

The recognition for the TracVision UHD7 is particularly notable as it marks the 26th consecutive year that a KVH TracVision system has been honored in the marine satellite TV category. The members of the NMEA, representing over 600 companies in the maritime industry, including manufacturers, dealers, and boat builders, vote for the winners.

The TracNet H60 is a compact 60cm hybrid communications terminal that integrates satellite, cellular, and Wi-Fi technology. It features intelligent, automatic switching to ensure a reliable connection via KVH’s global network, always selecting the best available communication option. The terminal is designed to maintain optimal connectivity by constantly assessing service availability, cost, and data connection quality. It also offers easy installation with a single-cable setup, as well as features for seamless connectivity in various conditions.

On the other hand, the TracVision UHD7 is a high-performance 60cm marine satellite TV antenna. It is designed to provide boat owners, charter yacht guests, and commercial vessel crews access to ultra-high-definition (UHD) and 4K programming from leading satellite TV providers.

The awards highlight KVH Industries’ commitment to providing technology that ensures safe and reliable maritime operations. Chad Impey, KVH’s Senior Vice President of Global Sales, expressed his appreciation for the recognition and the company’s dedication to keeping boaters and seafarers connected to shore, home, and family.

Overall, KVH Industries’ integrated satcom, 5G, and Wi-Fi communications system, along with their premier marine satellite TV solutions, have garnered well-deserved recognition from the NMEA.