The Australian mining industry is regarded as world-leading in areas like worker safety, technological adoption and improving efficiency – all aspects of the workplace which Tait Communications seeks to enable and support with its critical communications devices and solutions.
In hazardous working environments around the world, technology is helping to bring down accident and fatality rates. Tools like Location Services are keeping workers out of harm’s way, and helping organizations rapidly respond to events as they occur. In this article, we take a close look at how these solutions are saving lives. Continue Reading
Austmine is the world’s leading mining innovation conference, and this year’s conference showcased the best mining innovations on a global scale, and featured interactive sessions, engaging panel discussions and captivating technology demonstrations. Representatives from Tait attended to share our vision for the future of mining.
It’s been a tough time for the oil and gas industry as volatile markets, rising costs, declining productivity and a shrinking skilled workforce take their toll on business. The concept of a Digital Oil Field promises a way out, but how can this be achieved? In this latest lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we discuss the benefits of Unified Critical Communications for the Oil and Gas industry. Continue Reading
As modern communications technology grows ever more sophisticated, the range of skills and tools needed to manage these complex systems is becoming increasingly costly and time-consuming. This is why Brazilian oil and gas company Petrobras chose to have the experts from Tait look after the monitoring, maintenance and performance reporting of their P25 radio network.
In dangerous working environments, safety is not only a priority — it’s a requirement. Workers in hazardous areas need reliable and resilient communications to ensure they remain safe. A newly implemented Tait DMR Tier 3 network is connecting a mobile workforce in one of Australia’s toughest mines, improving coverage, safety and operational efficiency.
Mining communications systems are usually geographically constrained around individual mines. However, the mine of the future demands integrated company-wide communications across the entire reach of its operations – not just from pit to port, but across multiple field sites, and city-based corporate offices. How can this be achieved? In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we explore this question.
Mining is fast embracing automation and digital technologies across operations. These transformative applications all require business-critical network connectivity, and given the nature of mining operations, wireless broadband communications solutions are ideal. In this webinar, you can hear from the experts behind these solutions.
Whether you move minerals, passengers, or patients, success means getting your payload to where it needs to be, in a safe and timely manner. Whatever hurdles stand in your way, reliable voice and data communications can help ensure the journey is secure and efficient. Bruce Magee, General Manager for Services at Tait offers some insight. Continue Reading
Organizations such as mines, transport agencies and utilities often cover vast areas, working across different sites. When these particular areas and sites operate on different networks or frequency bands, staying connected can become complicated. The new Tait TM9356 dual band mobile radio makes it easy to switch between analog and DMR Tier 2 bands, and enables you to communicate through a single control head.