At Tait, we know that no two organizations are the same, and that there is no such thing as a “one-size-fits-all” communications solution. Because each organization has their own unique set of requirements for connectivity and functionality, we build all our products and solutions with flexibility at their core.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically changed the way many organizations work and communicate. In difficult times like these, where there is no such thing as business as usual, we need to rethink the ways in which we manage our operations, and stay in touch with our teams remotely.
The combination of the extreme conditions of a fireground and handling the necessary PPE (Personal Protective Equipment) makes the environment for effective communications exceedingly challenging. To address these challenges, the fire rescue experts at Tait developed a communications solution that provides greater protection of firefighters, increased operational efficiency, and ease of use. Continue Reading
There is no single technology that provides reliable communication across different terrains and varying demand, which is why Unified Critical Communications combines the strengths of multiple bearers to mitigate their individual weaknesses. In this fourth lesson of the What is Unified Critical Communications course, we consider some of the pros and cons of multiple bearers and devices.
Increasingly, public buildings, institutions, industrial plants and commercial complexes demand critical communications that keep their workers, infrastructure and operations, and the public safe. Tait coverage expert Craig Given takes Connection Magazine through some of the issues that radio network operators face, in providing seamless coverage across their area of operations.
EA Networks is a Utility company in New Zealand that owns and operates the region’s electricity distribution, and an advanced fiber-optic communications network. The area EA Networks services is vast, often reaching beyond the range of their LMR network, so to keep in contact with workers at all times, EA Networks needed a communications solution that would allow roaming to cellular networks.
Late last year, we released the new TP9500 and TP9600 radios to expand and improve our Tait Tough range. Alongside exceptional audio quality, enhanced worker safety tools and improved user experience, one of the standout features of these radios is Active Noise Cancellation (ANC). In this video, we see that in a real scenario.
Accessories can play just as important a role in effective communications as radios do. Using a high-quality radio is pointless if the microphone, speaker, battery or carry option is not suited to your role or environment. The correct accessories can complement and greatly enhance the usability and functionality of your radios to make communications much more effective, which can be vital in high-risk environments.
EP Petroecuador is the national oil and gas company of Ecuador, specializing in the refinement, storage, transport and sales of oil and gas derivatives both domestically and internationally. Oil and gas form a significant part of the Ecuadorian economy, with state projects supported by revenues from the industry. EP Petroecuador’s activities cover the entire Ecuadorian territory and combines teams from operations, security, and administration.
The new Tait TP9500 and TP9600 portable radios feature exceptional audio performance, to make sure your critical calls get through. Their innovative Active Noise Cancellation uses two individual microphones to receive voice and background sounds separately, isolating and reducing noise. Check out some Tait staff having some fun testing the feature in this video.