Phil Whitehurst, Actisense CEO, has been invited to sit on a panel of experts at the NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in Seattle, Washington.
Phil Whitehurst, CEO of the Award-winning NMEA specialist brand, Actisense, will be sitting on a panel of Chief Executives at the National Marine Electronic Association (NMEA) International Conference & Expo in the United States of America. Joining representatives from leading, marine electronics companies, Phil will be answering questions and discussing key issues facing the industry.
The expert panel will sit from 12:15 pm to 1:30 pm at the Hilton Bellevue Hotel on September 26th. Phil will be joined on the panel by Brad Reents of Furuno.
Phil founded Active Research Ltd, the company behind the Actisense brand, in 1997. Since that time, he has rapidly grown the company from a small home operation to one with an 8000-square ft. commercial facility in Poole, Dorset, UK. Actisense now exports specialist commercial and leisure marine electronics products to over 40 countries worldwide, with Phil leading the innovation and technical expertise that the brand is well known for.
Phil Whitehurst said:
“I am honoured to be sitting on NMEA Conference CEO Panel and to be joining prestigious marine industry experts. I look forward to answering questions posed by thriving marine electronics companies from the US and across the world. I believe we can get to grips with some of the issues impacting our industry and continue to develop exciting products that solve real problems”
Taking take place from 26 to 28 September, the NMEA International Conference & Expo is a once-a-year opportunity for those involved in the design, development and installation of on board electronics to meet with representatives from the North American marine electronics industry and beyond. At the event, held in Seattle, Washington, Phil Whitehurst will also be hosting a special Actisense manufacturer training session, showcasing some of the latest products. This will be held at the Hilton Bellevue Hotel on Wednesday 27th September, 11 am – 12:15 pm.