Advancing technologies are constantly enabling new ways to improve safety and efficiency for critical industries. To take advantage of these benefits, organizations need enhanced connectivity and applications specifically configured to support their operations and improve alerts and reporting. This is where mobile edge computing devices, like Tait Unified Vehicle, have a lot to offer.
At Tait, we take great pride in serving the organizations that are so integral to our way of life: they keep communities safe, our lights on, transport flowing, and provide the raw materials for modern life. To provide them with the great support Tait is renowned for, we have a dedicated team of individuals all over the world that work hard to deliver results. In this blog we meet Brian Roberts, Business Development Manager for Public Safety Market at Tait.
In an increasingly digital world, new technologies and wireless broadband networks are enabling new ways to improve safety and efficiency for organizations. Tait has decades of experience integrating our systems with the latest technology, and we continue to push boundaries and stay on the cutting edge today. Read on to find out how Tait broadband and convergence solutions are helping critical industries stay safe and connected.
First responder organizations rely on robust comms that are available anywhere and anytime to keep the public and their staff safe. To provide emergency dispatchers in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region with reliable coverage across challenging terrain, Tait Dealer All-Comm Technologies successfully implemented a Tait communications system through snowstorms, rain and blizzards.
Automation can bring down operational costs, improve process efficiency and enable new digital services for critical industries. Watch our video presentation to learn how new technologies such as Edge Computing and IoT can transform your fleet communications into smarter, safer working solutions.
In dangerous working environments, safety is not only a priority — it’s a requirement. Workers in hazardous areas need reliable and resilient communications to ensure they remain safe. A newly implemented Tait DMR Tier 3 network is connecting a mobile workforce in one of Australia’s toughest mines, improving coverage, safety and operational efficiency.
Open Standards such as P25, DMR, TCP/IP and LTE offer you freedom of choice and better value for your communications investment – interoperability with other vendors means your organization can choose the right mix of equipment for the job, and can seamlessly communicate with partner agencies/organizations. As part of our longstanding commitment to interoperable, open standards-based solutions, Tait DMR has recently undergone a number of enhancements to align better with DMR standards.
Do you have a communications problem that you just can’t seem to solve with off-the-shelf solutions? When you need a unique solution, Tait can offer Client Specific Development. Our engineers will work with you to find the best possible solutions that precisely fulfil your requirements, adhere to your constraints, and fit within your budget. This time, we take a look at a custom Indoor Location Solution.
Each organization has its own way of operating, and the right communications networks can greatly enhance worker safety and efficiency. But with so many wireless communications bearers out there, how do you choose the one or the right mix for your organization? In this lesson of the Tait Radio Academy we explore this question.
At Tait, we take great pride in serving the organizations that are so integral to our way of life: they keep communities safe, our lights on, transport flowing, and provide the raw materials for modern life. To provide them with the great support Tait is renowned for, we have a dedicated team of individuals all over the world that work hard to deliver results. In this blog we meet Daniel McLaughlin, Convergence Market Development Manager at Tait.