Transport agencies are under constant pressure to deliver passengers and goods to their destinations as quickly, safely and comfortable as possible. New technologies open up exciting new possibilities, but how can the transport industry take advantage of the new functions and features on offer, without abandoning tried-and-tested existing equipment? Tait helps transport agencies around the world keep things moving by providing innovative converged voice and data solutions.
Transport agencies are under constant pressure to deliver growth in passenger numbers, promote greater staff and passenger safety, and develop new and improved services that enhance the customer experience. A key component to this is having the right communications system in place – in this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we discuss how the Transport industry can benefit from Unified Critical Communications.
Do you have specific communications requirements that can’t be met with off-the-shelf solutions? When you need a unique solution, Tait can offer Client Specific Development. Our engineers will work with you to find the best possible solutions that precisely fulfil your requirements, adhere to your constraints, and fit within your budget. This time, we take a look at a custom Active Noise Cancelling microphones for vehicles.
Whether you move minerals, passengers, or patients, success means getting your payload to where it needs to be, in a safe and timely manner. Whatever hurdles stand in your way, reliable voice and data communications can help ensure the journey is secure and efficient. Bruce Magee, General Manager for Services at Tait offers some insight. Continue Reading
Organizations such as mines, transport agencies and utilities often cover vast areas, working across different sites. When these particular areas and sites operate on different networks or frequency bands, staying connected can become complicated. The new Tait TM9356 dual band mobile radio makes it easy to switch between analog and DMR Tier 2 bands, and enables you to communicate through a single control head.
The Environment Canterbury Harbourmaster’s Office is responsible for managing all maritime-related activities that may affect safe vessel navigation on Canterbury’s many waterways. The Harbourmaster’s Office oversees all rivers, lakes, harbours, and ports in the region, as well as coastal areas up to 12 nautical miles offshore.
The Harbourmaster’s work includes the operation of cruise ships and commercial vessels, plus a wide range of recreational boating activities. Their main concern is safety, and ensuring the safe and efficient management of ships in... Continue Reading
As the 2018 year comes to a close, we look back on some of the highlights for Tait and the critical communications industry. Ranging from monumental contracts, product releases, insights, and green innovations, 2018 has been busy and exciting across the board. We would like to share these moments with you, and revisit some of your favorite stories from this year.
Tait has long been regarded as a trusted supplier of DMR Tier 3 networks and solutions. We were among the first to take Tier 3 solutions to market, and we are still... Continue Reading
Tait has helped numerous transport agencies around the world by providing reliable voice and data solutions. From city bus networks to airports and rail companies, Tait has delivered improved coverage, better timetable compliance, service interruption management, cost reduction, environmental performance improvement and enhanced worker safety.
Below we have explored the top 10 reasons transport organizations choose Tait. You can visit the transport industry page to see more detail on client stories, specific offerings and more.
1. 40 Years of Mission Critical... Continue Reading
The City of Lexington is located in the central part of Kentucky and serves a population of 300,000 people. Their airport also services about 500,000 passengers a year.
Both the city and the airport partnered together to upgrade their communication system to an Airbus DS (formerly Cassidian) 800MHz P25 trunked system with 550 Tait TP9155/9160 portable radios and 250 TM9155 mobile radios.
The primary driver for choosing Tait and Airbus DS was their adherence to open-standards. The City of Lexington and the Bluegrass Airport both had bad experiences in the past with proprietary technology. Continue Reading