Learn about Tait narrowband solutions at IWCE 2012
Tait Communications has been invited to speak about P25 solutions for public safety agencies approaching narrowbanding, as well as interoperable communications for incident management, at the upcoming International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) 2012.
Tait Communications has been invited to speak about P25 solutions for public safety agencies approaching narrowbanding, as well as interoperable communications for incident management, at the upcoming International Wireless Communications Expo (IWCE) in Las Vegas, 20th–24th February.
Dr Jan Noordhof, Tait Vice-President Product Marketing, says: “Public safety organizations who are planning to move from wideband legacy systems to narrowband operation need to make the best decisions for their communications network to ensure compliance, as well as effective, truly interoperable operation.
“Tait has extensive experience in working to the needs of users, partner agencies, neighboring counties, funding sources and communities to design and deploy genuine P25 CAP-tested solutions for public safety organizations throughout North America and around the world.
“We work alongside agencies to provide support services including narrowband migration planning, grant application assistance, coverage analysis project management, system training and a variety of other support services,” adds Jan.
In a separate session, Jan will also present on interoperable and emerging communications technologies for incident management, including the role of resilient P25 equipment and infrastructure in wide-scale disaster responses.
Also at IWCE, Scott Skibness, Tait Vice-President Strategic Sales, will form part of an open panel-group discussion surrounding network monitoring, specifically remote site monitoring and control. Also, Nick Pennance, Tait Solution Sales Engineer, will form part of a workshop discussing Project 25 standards and capabilities, focusing on P25 equipment testing.
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