“CCW 2018 was really a great trade show for Tait!” Reports Margit Paul-Kientzl, Tait Marketing Communications Executive. Critical Communications World 2018 brought attendees from far and wide to the Messe Berlin ExpoCenter City, Berlin, from the 15th to 17th of May. Continue Reading
Tait knows tough. The organizations we serve have some of the toughest jobs in the world. Extreme environments, challenging tasks, and risky situations mean users need reliable communications to keep them in touch with their teams. To do that, they need communications tools that are rugged enough to withstand the harsh conditions they’re exposed to every day.
Along with reliable voice communications, the modern workforce increasingly demands access to data and applications that can keep them better connected, safe, and productive in the field. The... Continue Reading
Tait serves organizations around the world with high-quality products designed and built in our Christchurch, New Zealand headquarters. Since not everyone gets a chance to visit our factory, we’re often asked for some insight into how our manufacturing process works.
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
With 49 years’ industry experience, Tait is a world leader in unifying mission critical communications. Public Safety agencies around the world choose Tait to meet their communication needs. Here are the ten common reasons why they choose our global team of experts:
1) Our Tait Tough radios
Tait clients operate in some of the world’s most dangerous environments. The last thing you need to worry about is the functionality of your communications. Our radios are designed and tested to withstand extreme wear and tear so you can be confident that your radio... Continue Reading
Tait has a long history of working with Utility customers – both large and small – around the world. Regardless of size, we work together with them to find the best-fit solution for their needs.
Although large Utility customers like Alliant Energy tend to get more press, Tait can also provide solutions to small and medium sized Utilities. In the words of those customers, here are 8 reasons Utilities are choosing Tait for their critical communications solutions.
1. Resilience during storms
Having a resilient grid is vital for any Utility company. To maintain its resiliency,... Continue Reading
Monitoring and supporting public safety operations long-term
First responders regularly risk their lives to keep us and our communities safe. But within their daily high-risk environments, how do they maintain safety for themselves? Access to mission critical information is crucial, and can often be the difference between life and death. Delivering this clear, concise information demands the highest levels of reliability and security. The smart, mobile communications hub created by Tait UnifyVehicle answers this call. 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
Mobile World Congress (MWC) is the world’s leading mobile industry event, with this year’s event attracting over 107,000 visitors to Barcelona and uniting nearly 800 operators with more than 300 companies in the mobile ecosystem. Attendees include everyone from handset and device makers through to software companies, equipment providers, and internet companies.