How far away are Smart Cities? What role does LMR play in the future? This guide from Tait explores the technology innovations that are likely to bring disruption to your business sooner than later. Read some examples of what world leading organizations are doing to embrace the future.

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We’ve recently redesigned our White Paper Library, making it even easier for you to find the information you need. The Tait White Paper Library can now be browsed by industry or technology, and all papers are free to download! Continue Reading

A new white paper is now available from Tait Communications that continues our exploration of the Digital Oilfield (also referred to as Smart Field, Intelligent Oil Field, or i-Field).

As crude oil prices plummet to new lows, there is a special urgency for oil companies to make changes that will drive down costs and improve productivity. Despite the cost cutting, 2015 surveys report that most oil executives intend to maintain or even increase spending on digital technologies over the next three to five years.

This is because investment in the... Continue Reading

Migrating a radio network from analog to a new digital platform is not something that can be taken lightly. As well as the cost, there’s often the concern that it just isn’t going to be as reliable as what you’re used to. No one wants to spend capital only to find communication is less efficient, or simply not reaching your workers.

If you are facing the move to a digital platform, the best place to start is by understanding the theory behind radio voice coverage, so you can make sound, informed decisions when the time comes. Principle... Continue Reading

We’ve heard from many Public Safety agencies that they’re pleased there are other P25 options to choose from once they get out of the proprietary web some vendors weave.

Genuine open standards are non-proprietary, so they’re not under the control of one vendor. An increasing choice of certified vendors brings down prices, improves technical quality and avoids the risk of being locked into a sole supplier, which can compromise your interoperability. Continue Reading