The Australian Mining Review recently caught up with Tait Partners Direct Communications in Western Australia, to gain their expert knowledge on the latest trends in communications that can support the safety of work personnel in the mining sector. They learned how Tait base stations and remote fault diagnostics were making life easy.
Workflow automation can remove human error from critical tasks, and it’s a core component of TAIT AXIOM Mobile. These functions can help ensure the safety and connectivity of your work personnel, so they can focus on the task at hand.
Utilities Linesmen work hazardous jobs in remote areas. Tait supplies innovative wearable devices to keep these critical workers safe and prepared. Continue Reading
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
Critical communications for Utilities must support a reliable, cost-effective and safe work environment 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Tait works with utility organizations around the world to design reliable, smart critical communications solutions that help them keep the lights on and workers safe.
Workers that are exposed to hazardous environments demand proper equipment, essential to keep them safe and productive. To support this, Tait has expanded our Intrinsically Safe (IS) range of radios, with new models certified to meet the stringent Class 1 Division 1 standard in the United States.
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.
Sohan Domingo, Lead Solutions Strategist at Tait Communications offers his thoughts on Private LTE for the Mining industry. Mining is fast embracing automation and digital technologies across its operations. These transformative applications all require business-critical network connectivity and, given the nature of mining operations, wireless mobile communications are ideal.
Mining sites are challenging and dangerous environments, making robust communications and location services essential for safe and efficient operations. To improve the safety of its miners, Russian Bachatsky coal mine replaced their analog system with a Tait DMR solution.
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.