“Partnering with such a robust global player as Tait will ensure customers are able to access technology that leverages their investment in radio.” – Andrew Thompson, Chief Executive FreshRF
Tait Communications and FreshRF are excited to announce FreshRF joining the Tait Technology Program as a Registered Partner.
In the critical communications market, the addition of smartphones, tablets and all the apps and information flow they enable is significantly influencing customer expectations of enhanced communications and productivity.
The 2017 edition of European Bus Forum was held in Manchester on the 29th of June. More than 300 delegates of the European Bus industry representing bus operators, manufacturers and local authorities gathered at the University of Manchester to share best practices and discuss the latest developments in their industry.
The Tait Australia Pacific team has been busy over the last few months bringing our products and solutions to partners and customers around Asia and Australia. With roadshows held in Singapore, Perth, Brisbane and Melbourne, we got the chance to meet new friends and give them an up close and personal introduction to our innovative offerings. We also attended Comms Connect Sydney. Read on for highlights and photos.
Congratulations Emirates Team New Zealand on a landmark America’s Cup win!
With a young crew led by Olympic gold medalist Peter Burling, Team New Zealand began the America’s Cup match down a point as a challenger team, but the tide turned after an incredibly successful opening weekend, and they sailed their way to a stellar win this morning.
Tait Communications recently attended the Utilities Telecom Council (UTC) tradeshow in Charlotte, North Carolina. We had many visitors and enjoyed both meeting new professionals and seeing old friends again.
This year was a little different for Tait – not only did we have our own booth, but several of our products and solutions were also on display in the Harris booth. Harris and Tait partnered together to provide more choices for our customers, and Harris is the sole distributor in North America for Tait products.
If you weren’t able to attend UTC, or if you’re looking for a refresher from... Continue Reading
“Now we have effective coordination across the whole site, which means a massive improvement in health and safety preparedness.” Mitch King – Food and Beverage Manager
The Hobbiton Movie Set is one of New Zealand’s must-see tourist attractions, with iconic sets that featured in the Peter Jackson directed The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit trilogy films. Occupying 12 acres in the midst of a working farm, and with over 200 staff members, the set sees up to 3,000 visitors a day in peak season. Fully guided tours take staff and visitors all over the site, often out of range of cellphone coverage.
Mobile radios have sat in the vehicles of Mission Critical users for decades. While there have been some advances, most mobiles are still primarily used for voice.
That is, until now.
The revolutionary Tait UnifyVehicle solution is redefining critical communications. We’ve supercharged the mobile radio with connectivity and computing power, unlocking capabilities that were only dreamed about in the past.
What is UnifyVehicle?
We like to describe it as three things: Continue Reading
“We chose DMR Tier 3 because the data capability matched our requirements and would allow us to migrate our existing analog voice traffic in the future. The digital system is also easily expandable to reflect on-going growth.” Damien White, CEO – TasRail
Tasmanian Rail (TasRail) operates the main-line railways in the southern Australian state. It is a world-class, fully integrated short-haul rail freight business; owning and operating both the fixed track and infrastructure and the rolling stock. TasRail is owned by the Tasmania State Government,... Continue Reading
A.J. O’Connor, TriMet Manager of Intelligent Transportation Systems
The Tri-County Metropolitan Transportation District of Oregon (TriMet) is the sole provider of mass transit for the Portland Metro region of Oregon, U.S.A. With an average weekday ridership of about 322,000 passengers, they operate around a fleet of 1,426 vehicles, including light rail vehicles, buses, paratransit vehicles and a range of other vehicles for maintenance and field operation.
The Tait Asia Pacific (TAP) team attended Critical Communications World (CCW) last week, which was held at the Asia World Expo in Hong Kong from May 16th-18th. The event hosted over 3,500 critical communications professionals, delegates and attendees from over 100 countries, including Asia, Europe, and the Middle East. Over the three days, attendees took part in speed networking, power round-table sessions, interactive demo tours, networking, informal networking receptions, and site visits, among other opportunities.