With advances in cellular technology, LTE is proving to be a real game changer in the critical communications space, making it increasingly important to consider a unified communications strategy. Mission critical users who want to take advantage of mobile broadband have several choices – in this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we’ll explore the top three.
Unified Critical Communications (UCC) benefit all industries, but each industry takes advantage of multi-bearer networks in ways specific to their operating environment. Continuing on with the fourth lesson of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we explore the benefits a UCC strategy can bring to law enforcement.
Off-the-shelf communications solutions don’t always meet the challenges critical industries face. At Tait, we understand that each organization has its own specific communications requirements, which is why we work closely with our customers to come to the best possible solutions.
The capability to record voice calls be can indispensable for legal purposes, and also allows careful analysis of events so you can gain valuable post-incident insights. The newly improved On-Board Voice Recorder records every call that goes through a Tait Unified Vehicle unit, regardless of network or bearer.
Robust and reliable communications are essential for emergency medical services that work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to reach people in need anywhere, anytime. To improve the robustness of the network and give staff enhanced access to critical communications in remote areas, St John New Zealand opted for a Tait Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) solution.
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 hear from Justin Howard, newly appointed Technical Trainer at Tait.
Portable radio users work in a range of environments, but what they all have in common is that they can’t afford communication breakdown. Whether you need your radio for noncritical, business-critical or mission-critical communications, it is crucial that your communications equipment is totally reliable, so you can trust your calls to be heard.
Unified Critical Communications (UCC) is beneficial to all industries, but each industry will utilize the advantages of multi-bearer networks in ways specific to their operating environment. Continuing on with the fourth lesson of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we explore the benefits a UCC strategy can bring to Ambulance and Emergency Medical Services (EMS).
What’s sufficient today might not meet your needs in the future. With technology rapidly advancing, innovative features for portable radios continue to arise. To keep up with the ever-changing critical communications environment, you need the flexibility to add or migrate to new technologies when required.
The P25 CAP (Compliance Assessment Program) allows P25 vendors to confirm their products meet the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) standard for interoperability. Tait is a major supporter of open standards, and with the addition of our latest products now has the most extensive listing on the DHS website.