The greatest motivation for physiological monitoring technology is to prevent occupational loss of life. Tait has integrated physiological monitoring into our critical communications solutions, where firefighters and other workers in dangerous environments can be monitored.
But rather than talk about physiological monitoring as part of a critical communications solution, we have been taking it out into the field. Two of our in-field tests were firefighter stair climbs, simulating real life activity – well, minus the actual burning building!
Sky Tower Stair Challenge, Auckland, New ZealandContinue Reading
On Sunday, September 7, more than 150 firefighters from Australia and New Zealand took part in the inaugural Melbourne Firefighters Stair Climb, which saw career and volunteer firefighters climb 28 flights of stairs to the top of Crown Metropol hotel in full firefighting kit weighing 25kg.
Inspired by competing in the Auckland Sky Tower Stair Challenge, a Melbourne-based team went about organizing their very own firefighter-exclusive stair challenge and the Melbourne Firefighter Stair Climb was born. The event simulates the actions of a firefighter... Continue Reading
This is the second episode in our behind-the scenes video series, aimed at showing the innovation and passion our people have for critical communications. Watch Episode 1 here Usability Design.
Today we join Tanmay Bhola, a Design Engineer for Tait’s exciting Innovation Room, as he shows us the ins and outs of the creative hub that is his work space.
With Tanmay we learn of the procedures and processes that he and his team undergo with other Tait departments, external sources, and clients to improve the world of critical communications. Tanmay showed us why working in... Continue Reading