NMEA appoints new assistant technical director

SEVERNA PARK, Md. – The National Marine Electronics Association has named David Morschhauser as its new assistant technical director, the association said in a statement Friday.

In his new role, Morschhauser will work with Steve Spitzer, NMEA technical director, on continuing to develop NMEA Installations Standards, NMEA 0183 and NMEA 2000, as well as any new standards the NMEA develops. In addition, he will play a major role in overseeing technical education programs that include training and materials for the Marine Installer Program (MEI), the Advanced MEI, NMEA 2000 Dealer Program, and the CMET Program.

“Dave has already helped conduct a number of our training programs for NMEA member companies,” Spitzer said. “Dave’s technical background will be a great asset to the NMEA and its member dealers and manufacturers.”

Morschhauser has more than 24 years experience in computer system research and development including hardware and software, networking, embedded systems and applications development. He founded Mystic Valley Communications LLC in 1994, which provides network applications consulting work for business and maritime clients nationwide.

In addition, Morschhauser has worked for MicroSystems Integration, Inc. as a software development and networking specialist, and for General Dynamics’ Electric Boat Division as a hardware and software development engineer. He holds a computer science master’s from the University of Connecticut and a bachelor’s in naval architecture and marine engineering from the University of Michigan.

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