Tait Communications and Business Review FREE Webinar Series Offers Specialized Content for Energy Industry Professionals

Are you looking to find the balance for affordable, reliable wide area grid automation and M2M telemetry? Do you want to see Current and future use cases of Advanced Distribution Automation (ADA) and M2M with special emphasis in rural areas? Business Review Webinars, a thought portal leader for business professionals in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, energy, supply chain, packaging and food & beverage with Tait Communications, a global leader in designing, delivering and managing innovative communications solutions that help utilities and public safety organizations to keep the lights on and communities safe, are working to promote a free series of Webinar’s in 2014.

The first of the webinars, all presented by Tait’s industry experts, will discuss “Crossroads in Grid Automation and M2M”, featuring Philip Mullins, Senior Solutions Manager, Tait Communications, who will examine how to find balance for affordable, reliable wide area grid automation and M2M telemetry. Do not miss out on this opportunity to join Tait Communications.

When: 1 July 2014

Time: 3pm London/10am New York

Cost: FREE. Registration required.

Key learning objectives:

  • Historical factors preventing cost effective rollout for distribution automation and M2M in wide-area remote, rural areas.
  • Current and future use cases of Advanced Distribution Automation (ADA) and M2M with special emphasis in rural areas.
  • Attributes of open standard Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) trunked Tier-3 networks for combined SCADA data and voice communications
  • Business case factors, customer examples and competitive comparisons of Distribution Automation. 

To sign up for this FREE webinar, please visit


Business Review Webinars allows individuals throughout the world to learn and to communicate. Particularly in the past two years, webinars have rapidly gained prominence as an important component of many marketing strategies. No longer considered an afterthought, a well-crafted and successful webinar can greatly enhance a company’s reputation, sales and benefit the audience as a progressive learning tool. Business Review Webinars deliver high level thought leadership presentations on intriguing and current topics, which appeal to a live audience. Ultimately, the key to designing a good, relevant webinar is in understanding what an audience is looking for.

“We’re looking forward to working with Tait Communications on this new webinar series and are pleased that we have been  chosen to leverage promotional aspects of their webinars”- Jake Sharp, Head of Business Review, Progressive Digital Media PLC

For more information on our upcoming webinars, please visit the following link:



About Tait Communications

Our clients protect communities, power cities, move citizens, harness resources and save lives all over the world. We work with them to create and support the critical communication solutions they depend on to do their jobs.

Digital wireless communication forms the central nervous system of everything we do. Around this resilient, robust core we design, develop, manufacture, test, deploy, support and manage innovative communication environments for organisations that have to put their total trust in the systems and people they work with.



About Business Review Webinars

Business Review Webinars (BRW) was established in March 2010 as part of Progressive Digital Media Group Plc. BRW is a thought leadership portal for business professionals in the pharmaceutical, healthcare, food & beverage, energy, packaging, supply chain and defence industries. BRWs’ goal is to create high level discussion between industry thought leaders and business professionals who are actively facing the day-to-day challenges of their respective industries. Webinars are free to register with and attend, and topics are based around an editorial plan established by our leading editors and analysts.


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