Meanwhile, Rose Point Navigation will be showing its Analog Engine Interface, purportedly capable of putting any old oil pressure signal, for instance, onto a NMEA 2000 bus and into Coastal Explorer 2011, which naturally has new engine instrument displays, as well as other appurtenances of an all-in-one navigation solution. Nobeltec, too, is adopting NMEA 2000 in its Version 11 charting programs, which means not only easier display of wind, depth, etc. but even a sophisticated fuel management feature. VNS and Admiral 11 will also have a new free GRIB weather feature, much like MaxSea's GRIB chopper, and new compatibility with certain Furuno hardware, reflecting Nobeltec's relatively recent adoption into that brood. Fugawi's new Avia Sail also uses NMEA 2000, along with a BoatraNet-style architecture, to put full instrumentation on multiple screens.