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Icom IC-M510 Marine VHF Radio wins prestigious iF Design Award 2022

by Ian Lockyer, Icom UK 12 May 17:00 BST
Icom IC-M510 Marine VHF Radio wins prestigious iF Design Award 2022 © Icom

The advanced Icom IC-M510 fixed VHF/DSC marine radio has recently won the prestigious iF Design Award, one of the most renowned design competitions in the world. The IC-M510 won in both the 'Product' and 'Telecommunication' categories.

The iF International Forum Design GMmbH, based in Hanover, Germany, is a design organisation with the world's longest history for design orientated awards. Every year they celebrate outstanding design and give the iF Design Award to deserving international companies.

The IC-M510 won over the 132-member jury made up of independent experts from all over the world. The competition had almost 11,000 entries submitted from 57 countries. The IC-M510 VHF marine radio provides essential maritime communication and supports safety on the water. Integration with the newly developed RS-M500 smart-device app also gives users an unprecedented onboard communication experience.

For more information about this award, visit the IC-M510 iF Design Award Webpage.

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