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.
New Zealand Land Search and Rescue (LandSAR) have relied on Tait radios for years, aiding in their operations to locate the lost, missing and injured. When LandSAR encountered unique challenges with remote terrain and specialist emergency management software, Tait engineers stepped up to provide a custom solution.
Create, store, and execute automated workflows at the edge using the processing power of TAIT AXIOM Mobile and leveraging its functions and interactions with connected devices. Continue Reading
The County of Los Angeles Fire Department provides fire protection and life safety services to more than 4 million residents in Los Angeles County, California. Nearly 100 dispatchers answer 911 calls and dispatch units to approximately 400,000 incidents annually. Continue Reading
Power outages can cost cities millions of dollars per minute, so the job of the Utility company is crucial. Tait has been working alongside Utilities for the last 50 years, to help linesmen stay safe and connected, and keep the lights on.
In February 2021, a severe cold weather front enveloped many parts of the United States. Texas, which rarely gets severe winter storms, was badly impacted. Millions of Texans suffered through several days without power, heat or running water in their homes as temperatures plunged.
In Decatur, a small town of about 7,500 people northwest of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, the Police Department had just migrated to new Tait radios. Chief of Police Delvon Campbell spoke to us about his department’s experience of the storm and how their communications held up. Continue Reading
If a communications network is to be truly reliable, the people using it every day need to be intimately familiar with how it works. Tait offers training services to help users become confident and efficient with their equipment. The São Paulo Military Police recently made use of Tait Brazil’s Advanced Training Center to learn about their new P25 Phase 2 system.