In Quebec, Canada, the safety and mobility for the staff and patrons of Reseau de transport de Longueui, the City of Longueuil’s transport corporation are enhanced with Tait DMR Tier 3 and Omnitronics’ ‘omnicore’ communication solutions, featuring Dynamic Regrouping.
Tait Director of Global Solutions, Dan Draughn is to present at the Annual UTC Conference from June 8th, come join 100+ speakers and over 75+ hours of educations covering all aspects of information communications technology.
Tait Communications expertise is at the heart of a large public-safety investment in southern Spain, which is connecting the region’s emergency response agencies and national bodies with a single highly reliable mobile communication system.
The new TP9800 P25 Multiband Portable is shipping now. It includes a host of worker safety features to help officers & first responders stay safe and productive in the most challenging conditions. Learn more about how this feature rich portable keeps users safe.
TAIT AXIOM Mobiles expand your operational areas, enabling remote teams to roam between Radio and Cellular networks, using custom edge computing applications. The new TMX550 allows users to work smarter, everywhere.
Tait radios are built to withstand harsh conditions. We love when our customers share stories about Tait products surviving extreme punishment. This mobile radio was in a burning car, and still worked!
IWCE is one of the biggest events each year for the Critical Communications industry. Vendors and professionals come together to share ideas about challenges and solutions. We were also delighted to host more than 200 of our dealers at our annual One Tait Dealer Summit in Las Vegas.
Public safety agencies can now connect their mobile radio networks to broadband applications via the TAIT AXIOM Wearable. Today we look at the expanded public safety broadband capabilities from Tait Communications and ESChat.
Tait has recently announced two senior appointments to its executive team, Maria Rowe as Chief Marketing Officer and Avi Friedman as Vice President of Corporate Development and Product Management.
The Tait factory has been busy producing radios and network infrastructure to meet the needs of Tait customers around the world. The New Zealand site has maintained steady production for several years, and is currently experiencing an increase in demand.