As modern communications technology grows ever more sophisticated, the range of skills and tools needed to manage these complex systems is becoming increasingly costly and time-consuming. This is why Brazilian oil and gas company Petrobras chose to have the experts from Tait look after the monitoring, maintenance and performance reporting of their P25 radio network.
Advancing technologies are constantly enabling new ways to improve safety and efficiency for critical industries. To take advantage of these benefits, organizations need enhanced connectivity and applications specifically configured to support their operations and improve alerts and reporting. This is where mobile edge computing devices, like Tait Unified Vehicle, have a lot to offer.
In an increasingly digital world, new technologies and wireless broadband networks are enabling new ways to improve safety and efficiency for organizations. Tait has decades of experience integrating our systems with the latest technology, and we continue to push boundaries and stay on the cutting edge today. Read on to find out how Tait broadband and convergence solutions are helping critical industries stay safe and connected.
First responder organizations rely on robust comms that are available anywhere and anytime to keep the public and their staff safe. To provide emergency dispatchers in New Hampshire’s Lakes Region with reliable coverage across challenging terrain, Tait Dealer All-Comm Technologies successfully implemented a Tait communications system through snowstorms, rain and blizzards.
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.
Oklahoma’s state troopers often work in remote areas, out there alone in their vehicles, so staying connected is vital for safety and rapid incident response time. Tait dealer Stolz Telecom designed a cost-effective solution to plug coverage gaps, so troopers now have much more complete radio coverage across the state.
To support their growing business, a New Zealand transport company needed a communications solution that would give them greater coverage than their existing analog radio network. To leverage existing equipment and minimize user training, Hilton Haulage chose to extend their radio communications over the cellular network with Tait Unified Vehicle.
As this unique year draws to a close, we’d like to express how grateful we are for your readership, and take a moment to reflect on the Tait Blog stories that were most read this year. It’s important that we pay attention to the topics you enjoy, so we can continue to be a valuable resource to you. These include stories from around the world, Tait products, educational pieces from the Tait Radio Academy, and much more.
To enable Utility companies to keep their services running and respond quickly to any outages, communications need to be available 24/7. To proactively minimize the impact of any disruption to their DMR Tier 3 system, EA Networks chose to have the experts at the Tait Service Management Center (SMC) monitor their communications network.
Tait has a long history of working with Utility customers around the world to provide the communications solutions that keep linesmen safe and connected. To improve the capacity and network management capabilities of their critical field communications network, European Utility company EVN Bulgaria needed to upgrade to a digital network. A Tait DMR Tier 3 solution proved the best fit for their needs.