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.
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.
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!
The Association of Public-Safety Communications Officials (APCO) International’s annual conference for 2023 has drawn to a close, and it has proven to be yet another groundbreaking event for professionals involved in public safety communications. Held in Nashville, Tennessee, this year’s gathering offered attendees an in-depth look into the present and future of emergency communication services
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.
The passing this month of Andy Seybold, the Arizona-based advocate for frontline public safety workers and expert in wireless critical communications, is being marked around the world by those in the industry.
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.
The recently announced New Zealand Public Safety Network (PSN), expected to be one of the largest radio networks in the world, will include up to 25,000 Tait multiband radios.
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.