Stories of success with TASSTA

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Police of Paulinea City/SP, Brazil

Solution: TASSTA

Server: TASSTA cloud, on Inovaptt server

Sector : Police

Infrastructure of operating: LTE network

Hardware: Telo devices

On-premise servers and Wi-Fi connection for miners

Find out how flexibility and security provided by TASSTA and our South African partner ensured a mining company to have a comprehensive solution with a stable network for all the communications on-site.

“It was important that not only did the TASSTA solution work well underground, but that the communication devices were reliable and trusted “partners” for every worker.” 

TASSTA and PrioCom make public transport safer

A great case study on how TASSTA solutions got implemented into the infrustructure of public transport in Netherlands. Read the article to find out how successful it was the first try and what is going to happen next!

“That was very important to guarantee stable connection regardless of the distance and the conditions. Apart from driving far away, where the connection is usually worse, a new office was also located in a building with steel construction, which could distort the signal.”

TASSTA for centralized management of multiple plants

Find out about TASSTA communication solutions including push-to-talk devices, VoIP phones and gateways for managing national plants. Our partner Hermes Comms shared their story with us.

“The workers were equipped with different devices, they had either radio terminals or PoC terminals. The new communication system should have worked equally well with all of them.”


Brentwood: TASSTA for retailing business in the UK

Push-to-Talk technologies are widely used in all industries. Even when we’re not talking about first responders, reliable and instant communication with multiple remote teams cannot be underestimated. This is where TASSTA and Brentwood Communications managed to meet all the needs of the customer from the UK.


TASSTA for Indonesian Traffic Police

The Indonesian Police have been using a P25 system for the past few years and they are trying to digitize their network to include the Push-to-Video feature and messages.