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Nautic Alert Targets Marine Charter and Recreational Safety With Their New X2 Technology

CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 17, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Many people take bareboat charters or travel with their boats for vacations, and Nautic Alert helps reassure voyagers of their safety. Nautic Alert is designed to detect intruders before they make entry and thwart attempts to board and steal personal belongings while tenants are asleep or away without their knowledge. With its built-in 95db alarm and microwave-based intrusion technology, thieves will think twice about coming onboard once they've been detected, or if they see a Nautic Alert detector. Additionally, a concealable personal transmitter is available that can be carried onto a nearby beach, dinghy, or used in a man-overboard scenario. Nautic Alert communicates globally and can notify GEOS emergency response centers as well as a number of alert contacts.

Nautic Alert X2 is one of the most technologically-advanced marine monitoring, tracking, safety and security systems designed specifically for early-detection of events. Partnering with high-tech security companies, X2 unleashes next-gen security features designed to keep tenants safe while traveling. Nautic Alert's vessel tracking interface enables friends and family to know one's location with On-Demand real-time location updates. An emergency can be declared with the touch of a button, and X2 will confirm message delivery as well as enable two-way messaging with GEOS directly. It also has a texting interface which enables communications with any mobile number.

Nautic Alert's advanced anchor alarm keeps tenants safe at night from unexpected boat movement, which can often be the result of anchor dragging or mooring ball breaking. Using next-gen GPS technology and superior algorithms, it can enable single-digit location precision and detection of movement in as little as 50 feet, so a good night's sleep without worrying can be achieved. Just as importantly, the geofence automatically adjusts to degrading signal conditions, so when an alert is sent out, one can be confident it is real.

X2's other features includes multi-bank DC monitoring and trending, AC shore power detection, and the award winning Nevata SMART bilge controller designed to replace a float switch and work from above the waterline. Nevata is designed to detect issues with the pump, plumbing, and electrical well in advance of a high water condition, and can even auto-switch to a backup pump. In many cases, Nevata can save a boat owner weeks or months of time otherwise lost by waiting for a high-water notification and potentially flooded engine or worse, or for a charter company, this can equate to repairing a developing issue between uses, rather than interrupting someone's vacation and incurring lost revenue. Nautic Alert's advanced low-power architecture enables boat owners and charter companies to keep track of their assets and passenger safety, even in remote locations where shore power is not available and solar-panels are relied on.

The Nautic Alert platform is an MTC-E, which stands for monitoring, tracking, control and edge-based. Unlike other products, the Nautic Alert solution doesn't just report sensor data; its edge-based capabilities enable it to learn, analyze, and makes intelligent decisions with measured data in its onboard processing engine, which can deliver additional time and information ones needs about the event to decide how to react. Designed by a lifelong boater and former IBM employee with critical server development experience, the Nautic Alert transforms boat monitoring by introducing technology and innovation never before seen in a marine application. X2 will be showcased at IBEX 2017, and X2 is now available from shop.nauticalert.com and AtlanticRT. Global features require Iridium capabilities.

For more info, contact Nautic Alert at [email protected] or call 1-800-385-1674.

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