Garmin International has announced that it has won its patent dispute with Navico as the previous rulings in the dispute have been reversed by a Federal Court in the U.S. In December 2015, the International Trade Commission (ITC) found that Garmin had infringed patents related to Navico's sonars. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has now ruled that two of Navico's patents were invalid and that Garmin's DownVü sonar does not infringe a third Navico patent. The Federal Circuit's decision reverses the ITC's original orders and also supersedes all related rulings by U.S. Customs and the ITC, including an initial decision that Garmin should pay a $37 million fine for selling DownVü products. Therefore Garmin can now import and sell the sonars in question.