Portable radio users work in a range of environments, but what they all have in common is that they can’t afford communication breakdown. Whether you need your radio for noncritical, business-critical or mission-critical communications, it is crucial that your communications equipment is totally reliable, so you can trust your calls to be heard.
What’s sufficient today might not meet your needs in the future. With technology rapidly advancing, innovative features for portable radios continue to arise. To keep up with the ever-changing critical communications environment, you need the flexibility to add or migrate to new technologies when required.
To maintain production and worker safety, industries in hazardous environments depend on reliable, organization-wide communications. This is why EP Petroecuador, Ecuador’s national oil and gas company, chose to migrate to a Tait DMR digital radio system to cover its crucial pipelines.
Eight different speakers, including two Public Safety communication managers, shared insights and experience about open standard solutions.