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.
Do you have specific communications requirements that can’t be met 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 Active Noise Cancelling microphones for vehicles.
Mining communications systems are usually geographically constrained around individual mines. However, the mine of the future demands integrated company-wide communications across the entire reach of its operations – not just from pit to port, but across multiple field sites, and city-based corporate offices. How can this be achieved? In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we explore this question.
In busy inner city environments, events can happen quickly, and staff need to have technology close at hand that they can trust and rely upon. To provide reliable campus-wide communications to a large city campus in central London struggling with coverage, Tait designed a system that keeps their staff connected anywhere and anytime.
Do you have specific communications needs that can’t be met with any standard solutions? For those situations that call for a unique solution, Tait offers Client Specific Development. Our engineers can 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 custom biometric monitoring solutions.
Firefighters face incredibly harsh challenges in the most hostile and punishing environments. Extreme conditions combined with the necessary safety equipment firefighters wear make it very difficult to communicate effectively. Richard Russell, Incident Ground Solution Architect at Tait Communications, has worked with fire services from around the world to develop a critical communications solution exclusively for the incident ground.
The security industry has seen a trend of shifting away from integrated solutions to technology purchased on the internet in a ‘build your own’ style. This opens the door to information security breaches, as this equipment is not always reliable and often does not meet performance requirements. In this blog, Simon Gunton, who has been working on solutions for security companies for many years, discusses the benefits of critical communications for the security industry.