Aydin Marine releases Glass Pod display system

(BIRDSBORO, Pa.) — Aydin Marine, a manufacturer of type-approved displays, computers and peripherals, announced today the release of a new streamlined installation system for multiple marine monitors — the Aydin Marine Glass Pod.

Simplifying the setup of any helm console or bridge, the Aydin Marine Glass Pod allows multiple sunlight-readable displays to be flush-mounted in a single, sleek installation. Designed to fit monitors from 7- to 19-inches or larger custom designed systems, the system minimizes the carpentry and wiring demands of multiple-monitor displays. The Glass Pod is constructed to the highest-quality standards by one of the industry’s most dependable manufacturers.

“Boatbuilders and owners are constantly looking for ways to streamline the installation of their multi-monitor helms,” said Keith Cariani, director business development, Aydin Marine. “The Aydin Marine Glass Pod cuts the time and cost of these projects without sacrificing quality and appearance. With our new Glass Pod system, there is a fully customizable solution for every helm.”

The Aydin Marine Glass Pod offers a watertight front, ideal for pilothouse or flybridge consoles that can be operated in even the most extreme environments. However, unlike other glass bridge installations on the market, the Aydin Marine Glass Pod is designed specifically to be fully serviceable from the rear and is compatible with any manufacturers’ black-box solution. The system is at-sea tested for usability, connectivity and durability.

Furthermore, the Glass Pod produces a vivid image that appears to float on the glass surface, ideally suited for combining navigation, closed-circuit TV or vessel monitoring screens. Using the same technology as the company’s sunlight displays, Aydin Marine Glass Pods are lear even in the brightest sunlight conditions. When powered down, the helm becomes a show piece of smoked glass.

For more information, visit www.aydindisplays.com.

By Professional Mariner Staff