Tait works with public safety agencies to design and deliver the highest level critical communications solutions that work in the challenging environments they face. Today we’ll be looking at communications solutions for law enforcement, fire services, and emergency services.
The world has embraced LTE and broadband communications in the consumer space, but mission critical industries continue to depend on the reliability of radio comms. While broadband offers greater data capability, there is still hesitation to fully commit to it for critical comms. Let’s take a look at some organizations that are integrating broadband into their communications toolkit.
At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic last year, Transport for London (TfL) had to quickly add more school buses to its fleet so school kids could adhere to social distancing regulations. To provide radio communications to the additional buses, TfL and Tait worked together on a quick response. Critical Communications Today writes about this award-winning PTToC solution in their May 2021 issue.
In an increasingly digital world, new technologies and wireless broadband networks are enabling new ways to improve safety and efficiency for organizations. Tait has decades of experience integrating our systems with the latest technology, and we continue to push boundaries and stay on the cutting edge today. Read on to find out how Tait broadband and convergence solutions are helping critical industries stay safe and connected.
Transport for London (TfL) is one of the largest transport authorities in the world. Tait is a long time communications partner for TfL, recently integrating a Push-To-Talk-over-Cellular solution which was an integral part of an award-winning COVID-19 response.
Instant Push-To-Talk communications are a must-have in critical industries. Already, Push-To-Talk-over-Cellular (PTToC) applications are being used to replace traditional radio communications in non-mission-critical scenarios. However, while cellular networks certainly have the data rates and speed to provide instant communications, is PTToC really mission-critical? In this lesson from the Tait Radio Academy, we explore that question.
Robust and reliable communications are essential for emergency medical services that work 24 hours a day, seven days a week to reach people in need anywhere, anytime. To improve the robustness of the network and give staff enhanced access to critical communications in remote areas, St John New Zealand opted for a Tait Push-To-Talk over Cellular (PTToC) solution.
You’ve heard about the benefits that Unified Critical Communications can offer you and your organization, but how exactly does this work? Continuing on with Lesson Four of the Introduction to Unified Critical Communications course, we delve into what features make up a platform of Unified Critical Communications.
The Environment Canterbury Harbourmaster’s Office is responsible for managing all maritime-related activities that may affect safe vessel navigation on Canterbury’s many waterways. The Harbourmaster’s Office oversees all rivers, lakes, harbours, and ports in the region, as well as coastal areas up to 12 nautical miles offshore.
The Harbourmaster’s work includes the operation of cruise ships and commercial vessels, plus a wide range of recreational boating activities. Their main concern is safety, and ensuring the safe and efficient management of... Continue Reading
Tait recently attended IWCE 2019 in Las Vegas. We had a great show and enjoyed connecting with both old and new customers, dealers, and technology partners.
If you weren’t able to join, then no worries, we’ve got you covered! In this post Evan Forester, Marketing Communications Manager for Tait Americas, shares some of the highlights from IWCE.