We’ve been working hard on a new issue of Connection magazine – coming soon – and we’re excited to give you a sneak peak at one of the latest articles below! Imagine if different versions of WiFi were not backwards compatible, and you needed a different WiFi adapter to connect your smart devices or laptops in different locations. Tait’s UK-based General Manager – Transport, Jamie Bishop, shares the current state of play in Public Transport IT standards, and the benefits that ITxPT will be bringing to the Public Transport sector.
Tait Communications is increasing the resources it is devoting to information security, with the appointment of Ashish Dutta to the role of Chief Information Security Officer. Ashish, who has been with Tait since 2012, is an ISACA CISM®-certified Information Security Manager with significant experience in the positioning, delivery and management of ICT managed services and information security.
“Tait has made a decision that it wants to be part of a wider ecosystem of multiple partners to create a broader solution,” said Tait CEO Garry Diack at this year’s Critical Communications World in Berlin.
In an interview with Gert Jan Wolf, Mr. Diack discussed the change in Tait’s organizational structure and explained why this – along with the new Tait UnifiedVehicle mobile application platform – is key to developing the company into a software-enabled critical communications business.
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
Designing and developing our products in-house allows us to be agile, flexible, and complete quick turnarounds for our customers. This is no small feat, considering that parts of our factory produce around a million parts per day, and each product undergoes multiple quality... Continue Reading
A greener packaging solution for Tait base stations has been adopted following some diligent work by our Christchurch headquarters-based Design Engineer Malcolm Falconer.
Instead of being shipped inside a foam insert, the TB7300 equipment will be packed in a molded structure formed of recycled paper fiber, much like the material used for egg cartons. Testing showed the new insert outperforms the current foam insert in protecting the valuable equipment from vibration and being dropped.
“I was thinking there must be a more environmentally friendly way to... Continue Reading
The agreement will see Christchurch-headquartered Tait Communications manufacture and replace both the communications infrastructure providing coverage across Greater London and the terminal equipment on London’s fleet of almost 10,000 buses. The contract was signed in London on March 23rd at an event hosted by New Zealand’s High Commissioner, His Excellency the Rt... Continue Reading
For decades, Tait has held to three core values: Commitment to Listen, Courage to Act, and Integrity to Deliver what we promise. Inspired by our founder, Sir Angus Tait, our values drive the way we aim to interact with our customers, employees, and the communities in which we operate. While we’re not always perfect in living these values, it is something we constantly strive to achieve.
Today we would like to explain what these values mean to us and provide some examples of how we’ve lived them out.
Commitment to Listen
Every Tait customer has unique needs, lives in... 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