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!
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.
It’s tradeshow season, IWCE is very soon, and Tait Communications is making a strong impression at industry events around the world. Demonstrating the latest broadband solutions and multiband radios, we’re getting great feedback from dealers and customers alike.
Continuing in our series of educational resources about Broadband communications, we now offer a lesson in the benefits and use cases of broadband communications.
Tait radios are built tough to survive the punishment our customers throw at them. Our portables carry both IP65 and IP68 ratings, but what are these IP ratings and how do they help critical comms users?
The recent growth of consumer satellite communications, like Starlink from SpaceX, has brought greater connectivity to remote locations. Many mission critical organizations rely on Land Mobile Radio for this coverage – so will Satellite comms make LMR redundant?
Every mission critical organization faces unique challenges to keeping their teams safe and productive. Tait offers custom solutions to make sure the communications equipment our customers use are fit for their unique purpose.
Even the most resilient electrical grids are subject to outages from extreme weather events. Today we look at how the Utilities responsible for getting the lights back on after severe storms can prepare for the worst.