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.
Two-way radios have long been a part of school communication systems. Despite the rise of smartphones, radios are still a vital tool in schools because of their ease of use, reliability and instant push-to-talk communication.
The new Tait TP3 was designed with features that are perfect for schools. In this article, we’ll explore the top 7 of those features.
1) Show off your School Spirit
Having great school spirit is part of what makes school a memorable experience for students. Universities and high schools are often known by their mascot and school... Continue Reading
With all the talk about Push-to-Talk over Cellular (PTToC), and the difference that this LMR/LTE integration is making to the way organizations are communicating, we took the opportunity to chat to Dion Stevenson, who works with customers to support Tait TeamPTT, the Tait PTToC solution.
This article is from the latest issue of Connection Magazine.
What’s your involvement with Tait TeamPTT?
Our DMR/MPT-IP/P25 networks connect to Tait TeamPTT servers either on customer premises, or on our regional cloud-based servers. Working alongside Product Manager Nick Rayner, I’m the... Continue Reading