In times where opportunities to be face-to-face with each other are rare, we need to get creative about communicating with our business partners. On May 12th and 13th, Tait Americas hosted their first ever Virtual Dealer Summit – an online event that presented dealers with the opportunity to reconnect with Tait staff and colleagues across the US and around the world.
Tait recently attended IWCE 2019 in Las Vegas. We had a great show and enjoyed connecting with both old and new customers, dealers, and technology partners.
If you weren’t able to join, then no worries, we’ve got you covered! In this post Evan Forester, Marketing Communications Manager for Tait Americas, shares some of the highlights from IWCE.
One of the things I love about working at Tait is the organization’s emphasis on supporting the next generation of technical leadership. For years we have sponsored and supported organizations like the Wireless Research Centre at the University of Canterbury or the Australian Radio Communications Industry Association (ARCIA).
As one generation of tech talent retires, it is always important to bring in fresh talent and new ideas to ensure the industry continues to grow in positive ways. Not only that, it’s important that the... Continue Reading
This year’s celebrations for National Reconciliation Week (NRW) in Australia took place from May 27 – June 3, with events across the country commemorating the shared histories of the wider Australian community and the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
Tait supports Reconciliation Australia to help with their mission to inspire and enable all Australians to contribute to the reconciliation of the nation. An important cause that should not be overlooked, funds for reconciliation are often lacking, but it is... Continue Reading
Tait recently attended the 2018 IWCE conference in Orlando, Florida. IWCE is one of the largest and most well-attended events in the critical communications world. It was a busy week filled with great people and conversations. We’ve put together a summary of our booth for those of you who attended and want more information, or if you couldn’t attend the event and want to see what you missed.
Tait Technology Partner Forum
Did you know that Tait works with technology partners from all over the globe? We had the chance to meet with many of them Tuesday night before IWCE. Nearly 100... Continue Reading
At the end of January, Tait staff from around the world traveled to our Christchurch, New Zealand headquarters for our global conference. The week-long event was full of sessions focused on learning more about our customers and how we can better serve them.Tait CEO Garry Diack chats with members of the Brazil team
Informative presentations were given by our global industry executives – Bruce Magee, Jon Rackham, Jeff McElroy, and Jamie Bishop – which helped our teams from across the world to learn much more about our customers in key industries. We were... Continue Reading
This month, the Tait NZ team held their annual summit for the national dealer network in Queenstown, New Zealand. More than 80 attendees representing dealers from all over the country, staff from Tait Communications and Logic Wireless, as well as a handful of Tait Technology Partners, gathered in the beautiful adventure capital.
Senior Design Engineers Jeremy Campbell and Daniel Hughes presented live demonstrations of features like WiFi Over the Air Programming (OTAP) on Enable Fleet, geofencing on mobile radios, and a Satellite Worker Safety solution.
With the Worker Safety... Continue Reading
Congratulations Emirates Team New Zealand on a landmark America’s Cup win!
With a young crew led by Olympic gold medalist Peter Burling, Team New Zealand began the America’s Cup match down a point as a challenger team, but the tide turned after an incredibly successful opening weekend, and they sailed their way to a stellar win this morning.
Today we’re excited to share the latest Tait Tough story with you: our radios were part of the world’s longest canyoning expedition!
In Spring 2016 a group of 8 professional Canyoneers from around the world gathered in Taiwan to set a new milestone in expedition canyoning. It was an epic 8-day mission where the group explored the Malishan Canyon. They started with limited information from satellite pictures, a map that was rarely updated, and a few stories from locals. The team completed the mission, becoming the first to ever achieve a canyon descent of that length.