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.
Reprogramming radio fleets in remote areas can be challenging; it’s time-consuming and often requires technicians to visit sites and organizations to pause operations. To provide customers with a better and more efficient service, Colvins Communications uses Tait EnableFleet, an online configuration management tool that allows them to make programming changes via Over-The-Air-Programming (OTAP).
Off-the-shelf communications solutions don’t always meet the challenges critical industries face. At Tait, we understand that each organization has its own specific communications requirements, which is why we work closely with our customers to come to the best possible solutions.
Robust and reliable communications are essential for emergency medical services that work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to reach people in need anywhere, anytime. To improve the robustness of the network and give staff enhanced access to critical communications in remote areas, St John New Zealand opted for a Tait Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) solution.
Tait offers software customization to add unique functionality and value to your communications system. We understand each organization has their own unique requirements, and not all challenges can be met with the same stock solutions.
Not all problems can be solved with standard solutions. Occasionally, a technical or environmental challenge means there is no off-the-shelf product that can give a customer the outcome they need. While other critical communications vendors might say “Sorry, we can’t help you”, at Tait, we see it as an opportunity for us to put our ingenuity to work.
The Tait TP3 is a flexible and customizable portable radio that offers great value for small businesses. Jensen Steel Fabricators in New Zealand use a fleet of TP3s for yard communications, and have seen great benefits since they were introduced. Continue Reading