Supporting critical fireground operations long-term
In high risk environments, access to mission critical information can be the difference between life and death. Having the right voice & data capability in place to deliver critical communications enables teams to respond faster and more effectively.
Tait offers the most flexible, open standards platforms that are designed to evolve, ensuring future-proof solutions that expand as your needs change. One of our Unified Critical Communications solutions is UnifyVehicle, which combines industry proven radio... Continue Reading
Tait recently attended the 2018 IWCE conference in Orlando, Florida. IWCE is one of the largest and most well-attended events in the critical communications world. It was a busy week filled with great people and conversations. We’ve put together a summary of our booth for those of you who attended and want more information, or if you couldn’t attend the event and want to see what you missed.
Tait Technology Partner Forum
Did you know that Tait works with technology partners from all over the globe? We had the chance to meet with many of them Tuesday night before IWCE. Nearly 100... Continue Reading
For decades, Tait has held to three core values: Commitment to Listen, Courage to Act, and Integrity to Deliver what we promise. Inspired by our founder, Sir Angus Tait, our values drive the way we aim to interact with our customers, employees, and the communities in which we operate. While we’re not always perfect in living these values, it is something we constantly strive to achieve.
Today we would like to explain what these values mean to us and provide some examples of how we’ve lived them out.
Commitment to Listen
Every Tait customer has unique needs, lives in... Continue Reading
A DMR network offers many benefits over analog – including better audio quality, improved channel efficiency, and the use of data applications, to name a few. Upgrading to a DMR network from an analog system is a journey that can sometimes cause headaches, especially if you’re restricted by budgets. Luckily, Tait DMR makes it easy by offering many cost-effective paths that allow you upgrade in the manner that is best for your specific situation.
With Tait DMR, you can choose what and when you want to upgrade, without disruption to your current communications. We’ve... Continue Reading
Need to cover a wide area but short on frequencies? Does your team need an all-informed, easy-to-use-anywhere network? Ready to go digital and achieve more with your network? Simulcast provides greater coverage with fewer frequencies, can fill coverage dead-spots in challenging terrain, and delivers a cost effective and easy-to-use all-informed solution.
This post features the latest simulcast innovation from Tait for DMR conventional and trunked networks, and shows how it fits into the wide range of analog and digital simulcast solutions available... Continue Reading
Chances are you already know Tait as a trusted, proven, market leader in DMR Tier 3. In fact, we’re a market leader in Tier 3, having been the first to take Tier 3 solutions to market, and from there developing and expanding the capabilities of our DMR platform for both Tier 2 and Tier 3. As a result, the Tait DMR platform gives organizations – small and large – more flexibility, control and freedom of choice for their critical communications solutions.
Whether you’re looking for your first radio network, considering a move to digital, or simply looking to make a... Continue Reading
At the end of January, Tait staff from around the world traveled to our Christchurch, New Zealand headquarters for our global conference. The week-long event was full of sessions focused on learning more about our customers and how we can better serve them. Tait CEO Garry Diack chats with members of the Brazil team
Informative presentations were given by our global industry executives – Bruce Magee, Jon Rackham, Jeff McElroy, and Jamie Bishop – which helped our teams from across the world to learn much more about our customers in key industries. We were... Continue Reading
More than 1/3 of US Public Safety Agencies are choosing Simulcast networks. There are many benefits to Simulcast networks, including:
- Easier Operation – the radios just work everywhere
- Better coverage and capacity with existing frequencies
- The ability to reach your entire organization with a single call
- Expertly-designed Simulcast coverage can eliminate dead spots
How do simulcast networks operate? Essentially, simulcast (short for simultaneous broadcasting) means multiple base stations transmitting the same signal on the same frequency at the... Continue Reading
Imagine you’ve just joined an organization that uses radios on a regular basis. You’re given a brand new radio, and a little bit of training on how to use a radio microphone. When you go into the field, however, you find that people are having trouble understanding you.
Although this can sometimes be due to a poor quality product, more often than not it occurs because people don’t always use the radio microphone properly. Today we’re sharing a video from the Tait Radio Academy, titled “Microphone Manners – How to Use your Radio Microphone.” In the video, you’ll learn six simple... Continue Reading
Technological developments have brought automation, monitoring, and remote operation to the myriad systems our businesses, communities and nations rely on. But that same enhanced connectivity can also enable hostile groups or individuals to gain access, steal data, take control – or even shut down operations altogether. Any interruption has the potential to endanger lives and economies. Dr. Jan Noordhof gives us some serious food for thought. Continue Reading