Tait Technology Partners are no strangers to innovation and helping critical industry workers stay safe and sound. The latest development from Omnitronics’ omnicore dispatch software is the implementation of a blast alarm workflow that ensures assets and personnel are evacuated when a controlled explosion occurs throughout a mine site.
In this edition of Tait Talks, join Sandra Wendelken, market insights manager, as they take us through the challenges of retaining RF talent and the macroeconomic changes that have lead to staffing issues in specialized areas across the communications industry.
To enhance engagement of the younger generation in engineering and sciences, it’s crucial to empower their mentors with the necessary tools and confidence to ignite inspiration. The Sir Angus Tait Science Teaching Enrichment Program was specifically designed to achieve this goal. After successfully concluding its inaugural year, the program has garnered positive feedback from its funders.
Stolz Telecom is a Tait dealer operating in Oklahoma and Texas, USA and a trusted provider of innovative ICT solutions to the public safety community and business sector. Stolz Telecom was awarded a $3.9 million contract with Delaware County Oklahoma to deliver a comprehensive public safety communication system. Delaware County shares borders with Missouri and Arkansas, covering 792 square miles (2,050 km2) with a population of forty thousand people.
City of Gainesville, Texas, is taking a significant step forward in enhancing public safety and municipal communications. The Gainesville City Council has approved an important agreement with Tait Dealer, Stolz Telecom for the implementation of a Tait Communications Project 25 Phase 2 Trunked Radio System. This pivotal move reflects the city’s commitment to ensuring the safety and efficiency of its police and fire departments.
In this edition of Tait Talks, join Sandra Wendelken, market insights manager, Daniel Draughn, director global solutions, and Anthony Blyth, global product marketing manager, as they take you through the current DMR landscape, alongside talks of multiprotocol P25 solutions.
Tait Communications’ launch of its 9700 two-way radio series expands the capabilities of the digital mobile radio (DMR) standard with a world-first range of frequencies and network standards in one compact, rugged unit.
Tait solutions are designed for maximum flexibility, to be tailored to each customer’s needs. Accordingly, Tait TM9000 Mobile Radios have a wide range of control heads, microphones, speakers, and installation kits to suit a variety of different vehicles and types of operation.
Sandra Wendelken joined Tait in July 2023 after working for three years at market research firm IDC as senior research analyst covering mobile and IoT services. For 15 years, she was editor of ‘MissionCritical Communications’ and ‘RadioResource International’ magazines covering the public safety, critical communications and LMR industry. Today we get a deep dive into her insights at her new role at Tait!
Ensuring the populations of large urban centers can get around efficiently and safely is a key requirement of modern cities and many are turning to Tait Communications to deliver highly reliable communications across their public-transport networks.