Tait Communications and Kordia, in partnership, have won a contract to build and maintain a secure digital land mobile radio communications network across New Zealand, a key element of the Government’s recently announced Public Safety Network (PSN). With more than 450 sites, this will be one of the largest P25 networks in the world.
Tait customers trust our communications solutions to ensure the safety of their teams, and the efficiency of their operations. Today we spotlight some of the fascinating organizations in various industries around the world that rely Tait solutions.
It’s crucial that first responders have the right equipment at their disposal when arriving at a scene. Having the right comms tools improves emergency response times, which can be the difference between life and death. Today we look at different public safety agencies, and compare their unique communications needs.
Organizations that rely on radio communications often have massive operation areas – entire districts or states. Ensuring consistent coverage over these areas creates unique challenges. In this article, we look at how Tait solutions solve coverage problems for two very different transport agencies.
Electricity is essential to modern life. It keeps critically ill people alive and enables our entire economy to operate. Maintaining electricity service takes dedicated teams of professionals who work around the clock, rain or shine. Learn more about the everyday heroes helping keep your lights on.
The world has embraced LTE and broadband communications in the consumer space, but mission critical industries continue to depend on the reliability of radio comms. While broadband offers greater data capability, there is still hesitation to fully commit to it for critical comms. Let’s take a look at some organizations that are integrating broadband into their communications toolkit.
The unpredictable nature of emergency situations has made real interoperability a critical goal in Public Safety communications for decades. In emergencies, the teams on the ground need to be able to communicate with each other to respond to evolving threats. Multiband radios are a key tool in creating real inter-agency cooperation.
Utility organizations all around the world trust Tait for expertise in developing their communications systems. The scalability of Tait solutions can overcome geographic challenges for utilities of all sizes, all over the world.
The Marine Rescue of Western Australia is a not-for-profit organisation with more than 1,400 volunteers who are tasked with keeping mariners along more than 20,000km (13,000 miles) of Western Australian Coastline safe. Tait partners Omnitronics and Direct Communications are supplying a marine rescue dispatch solution for mariners along the Western Australia coastline.
Tait Communications has a longstanding relationship with Transport for London, the organization behind the iconic red double-decker buses. Since Tait partnered with one of the busiest bus networks in the world, many global cities have adopted Tait solutions to keep their passenger networks running smoothly.