In today’s world of always-connected systems, I am surprised that there are not more vendors in the space of vessel monitoring. My adventures with remote monitoring systems started in the late 80’s in the information technology world, and then in earnest in 2008 with Boat Sense Systems, and continued along through many other ups and downs. In my view, there are currently two promising players in the market — Siren Marine & Boat Command. While searching for a system to keep my beautiful new Benetau 311 “Grace” safe, I chose to install and review the Boat Connect from Boat Command…
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