After battling the likes of Apple Watch and Fitbit wearables, Garmin is back with what it excels in. Niche electronics. And this time, it is something fishy.
Garmin International, a unit of smart wearables maker Garmin Ltd (GRMN), today launched Panoptix LiveScope – a live scanning sonar. This device gives anglers higher resolution and easier-to-interpret images of structure, bait and fish swimming below and around the boat.
According to the company, this sonar technology is the first to deliver real-time sonar images to the front, back, sides, and below the boat – even when it is stationary.
The company also claims that it is possible to even distinguish between species of fish using the device.
You can watch the video of Garmin’s sonar tech in action, here:
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