For years, you’ve heard about how our rugged radios are built Tait Tough. We know our customers depend on our radios, and so we constantly seek out ways to ensure they are as robust and reliable as possible. Today, we get to introduce you to the Tait Mechanical team, who maintain a sharp focus on building the Tait Tough philosophy into all of our products.

This video provides some insight into how the Mechanical team approach product development at Tait:

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Tait attended the European Utilities Telecom Council (EUTC) Conference in Lisbon last week, where 120 Delegates traveled from all over Europe to discuss how Telecommunications empower digital utilities. With over 40 years in this sector, it was a great opportunity to share our experience managing utilities projects all over the world and demonstrate our product range. Continue Reading

DELIVERING CUSTOMER SERVICE IN A CHALLENGING ENVIRONMENT
Utility companies are constantly challenged to provide cost effective, safe and reliable distribution of power, gas, and water services. Tait has significant experience delivering small, medium, and large-scale projects and understanding the needs of both systems solutions providers and utility operators, and we work closely with utility stakeholders to identify and meet requirements. As a result, we’ve developed DMR solutions that help to maintain network reliability, ensure safe and reliable field staff communications, and provide you with the tools to look after your network investment. Read on to find out how. Continue Reading

A lightning strike, damaged infrastructure, and an injured workmate. See how a team spread across multiple locations works to respond to these various scenarios, collaborating by using a mix of voice and data across radio, WiFi, and cellular technologies. Explore the ways Tait expertise is Unifying Critical Communications in this interactive customer scenario animation. Continue Reading

The following is an article from the latest issue of Connection magazine. In this piece, we take a look at how Location Services are a crucial asset for organizations both in daily operations and emergency situations.

Being able to track where key people and assets are at a moment’s notice is an important part of normal operations – and during emergencies it can mean the difference between life and death. Organizations must also ensure they plan ahead for different emergency scenarios.

When something goes wrong, every moment is crucial. Having a plan in place and knowing how to implement it creates confidence. Continue Reading

To provide a simple introduction to the Tait DMR family of products, we’ve produced a series of videos each exploring the top benefits of various aspects of the solution. Today, we take a look at the Top 5 Benefits of the Tait TM9300 mobile radio:

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Earlier this month the Melbourne Metropolitan Fire Brigade (MFB) held their Annual Firefighter Stair Climb, an event which saw 650 firefighters “stepping up to fight depression, post traumatic stress disorder, and suicide”. These fit men and women donned 25kg of full firefighting kit, including breathing apparatus, before climbing the 28 floors of the Crown Metropol Hotel – essentially simulating the actions that a firefighter goes through when entering a burning high-rise building.

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We consistently hear that having rugged radios is essential for mission critical users. In fact, a recent survey found that durability was the most valued feature for Tait customers:

Why are rugged radios so important to users? We believe there are several reasons: Continue Reading

To provide a simple introduction to the Tait DMR family of products, we’ve produced a series of videos each exploring the top benefits of various aspects of the solution. Today, we take a look at the Top 5 Benefits of the Tait DMR Base Stations, the TB7300 and the TB9300:

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The future of communications looks very different. Already, many agencies are using a range of wireless networks, as they increasingly rely on data. Undoubtedly this trend is set to continue, but with this additional choice comes confusion and it can be time consuming to keep up with the latest technology becoming available.

Unified Critical Communications (UCC) connects individual devices across PMR, LTE, and WiFi to create a seamless “network of networks”. While this provides a better solution than multiple individual networks, navigating the decision making process can often seem daunting. Continue Reading