Campus security personnel face challenging scenarios every single day. Events can happen quickly, and staff need to have technology close at hand that they can trust and rely upon. Communication is essential. The faster people can communicate, the quicker a situation can be de-escalated and resolved, keeping everyone on campus safe and secure.
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.
Open Standards such as P25, DMR, TCP/IP and LTE offer you freedom of choice and better value for your communications investment – interoperability with other vendors means your organization can choose the right mix of equipment for the job, and can seamlessly communicate with partner agencies/organizations. As part of our longstanding commitment to interoperable, open standards-based solutions, Tait DMR has recently undergone a number of enhancements to align better with DMR standards.
In busy inner city environments, events can happen quickly, and staff need to have technology close at hand that they can trust and rely upon. To provide reliable campus-wide communications to a large city campus in central London struggling with coverage, Tait designed a system that keeps their staff connected anywhere and anytime.
Tait is a trusted, proven supplier of DMR networks. To support our customers, we’re dedicated to developing and expanding the products and capabilities of our DMR platforms. Our latest addition to the range is Tait CMD, a highly capable and effective dispatch solution for medium and large-sized trunked DMR systems.
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).
Mining sites are challenging and dangerous environments, making robust communications and location services essential for safe and efficient operations. To improve the safety of its miners, Russian Bachatsky coal mine replaced their analog system with a Tait DMR solution.
Tait manages the communications network of one of the largest transport authorities in the world, with over 2 billion journeys made in their network each year. To ensure high-reliability voice and data connections between all buses and dispatch and control centres, proactive monitoring and management of the communications networks is essential.