Tait has long been synonymous with the toughest radios in the industry. As the organizations we serve demand greater connectivity, data and applications, we’ve partnered with the leaders in rugged smartphones to complement our range of products. Unify your cellular and radio networks with push-to-talk communications.
Rugged Smartphone Range
For 30 years, ecom develops and produces high quality and reliable mobile devices, for the unlimited use in hazardous areas. Our innovative products aim to enable safe working in harsh and hazardous environments.
Why Choose Rugged Smartphones?
Integrate Cellular and Radio Networks
Instant communications between frontline and office personnel can dramatically increase efficiency, or even save lives. Bridge the gap between radio and cellular users in your workforce with the push-to-talk over cellular solution, Tait PTToC Solution.
Workers who rely on the data and applications of smartphones no longer need to compromise the robustness or reliability of their communications devices. Resist water, impact, pressure, punctures, extreme temperatures and chemicals - and stay connected.
Easy to Use
Users already familiar with the popular Android operating system will feel right at home. The glove-friendly display means users who require protective gloves can stay safe. Communication over PTToC Solution requires a single button push.
Data and Applications
The modern workforce needs more than just voice communications to be safe and effective. Take advantage of uncompromised data connectivity and application processing in a rugged device, to stay connected, safe and productive in the field.
Discover more about Rugged Smartphones
For many field workers in hazardous environments, the key to getting the job done and remaining safe lies in the tools they use to communicate..
The organizations we serve have some of the toughest jobs in the world. Extreme environments, challenging tasks, and risky situations mean users need reliable communications to keep them in touch with their teams..
The future of communications looks very different. Already, many agencies are using a range of wireless networks, as they increasingly rely on data.