Since the company was started for more than 60 years ago, Simrad has grown to be the world’s most recognised brand in professional fish finding equipment.
Based in Norway and a part of Kongsberg Maritime AS, Simrad manufactures advanced sonars, echo sounders and catch monitor instrumentation for the world’s best boats.
The NSS evo2 series combines an easy-to-use, chartplotter/multifunction display with built-in GPS positioning, StructureScan, CHIRP-enabled broadband sonar, and powerful expansion capabilities.
Standalone in a centre console or fully integrated in a modern glass bridge, the widescreen NSS12 evo2 is well suited to sport-fishing and power boats.
This FMCW radar has all of the benefits of our revolutionary Broadband 3G™ Radar but with more advanced features, including beam sharpening for target separation control, Dual Range radar (NSE & NSO) and increased target detection capabilities.
Compensating for wind and tide, a Simrad autopilot frees you from constant course corrections when you’re busy trawling for game fish, planning your next destination, or just cruising.
Simrad’s autopilot systems give you reliable and accurate control over your heading, without years of experience at the helm – saving you time and fuel by making efficient turns, and keeping you closer to your planned course.
Predetermined turn patterns and features such as automatic depth-contour following assist with fishing or diving: taking the helm so you have more time to spend on the offshore activities you love. When combined with a chartplotter such as Simrad’s touchscreen-based NSS series, Simrad autopilots not only manage your current heading, but provide full course-control.
Set waypoints simply by tapping where you want to go on-screen, and your autopilot will take you there.
Need to navigate around an unexpected obstruction? Dodge functionality lets you do so without disengaging the autopilot. Once you’ve avoided the obstacle, your Simrad autopilot will bring you back on your original course.
A Simrad autopilot system acts like a trusted extra crew member, ensuring there’s always someone at the helm – even when you’ve got your hands full elsewhere on the bridge.