Typically, radio coverage exceeds 96% of a geographic region. While broadband might cover 96% of the population, it might only cover 60% of a geographic region. We unify narrowband radio with broadband networks to increase coverage, improving the ability to communicate when beyond the edges of coverage or when in coverage black-spots, such as in buildings, car-parks, or tunnels.
Suppose you’re a fire chief or Utility Manager on vacation and you learn about an incident in your county or city. As long as you have an internet connection, UnifyVoice will allow you to connect, listen, and communicate with your team on their radio network from anywhere in the world.
UnifyVoice includes the ability to add extra capacity to your system as your organization grows, as work-groups are expanded, or as agencies communication systems are consolidated. It will automatically balance the load across network types.
Front-line users have one single user-interface that they are already familiar with. Communication requires a single button push, and the system connects radio and smartphone users to the call.
Push-to-talk applications require tight integration with their LMR systems to provide a cohesive and operational solution. Tait Communications offers several ways to integrate UnifyVoice to Tait LMR systems, including Analog, DMR, and P25.
The Tait UnifyVoice Smartphone PTToC app connects users to the mission critical network. This connection can happen from anywhere in the world and is ideal for users who don’t normally carry a radio, users on vacation who want to stay connected, or users who simply don’t have their radio with them at the moment.
A team spread across multiple locations collaborate to respond to infrastructure damaged by lightning strike, and help an injured workmate. The team use a mix of voice and data across radio, WiFi, and cellular technologies to respond. Explore how Tait expertise is Unifying Critical Communications in these interactive customer scenario animations.
Voice integration with any Tait analog or digital network via 4-wire E M network gateways.
AIS connection to DMR Tier 3 systems
ISSI connection to P25 Trunked Systems
Maximum Contact List Size: 895 Users
Broadcast Group: 60,000
Maximum Group Size: 250
Android and iOS devices with communication over Cellular (3G or 4G LTE) or WiFi networks
AES-256 Voice & Data
Live and Historical (Bread Crumb) Location Tracking