With a population of 1.2 million people, Calgary is the largest city in Alberta. While the oil and gas industry comprise an important part of Calgary’s economy, the city is also a leader in such areas such as agriculture, tourism (especially in the neighbouring towns of Banff and Lake Louise) and high-tech manufacturing. Many of… Read More»
The wireless spectrum is a finite resource. Exponential growth in demand for bandwidth, coupled with the limited availability of radio frequency spectrum, means that frequency constraints will begin to emerge in 2014.
According to Statistics Canada, there are approximately 80,000 manufacturing facilities across Canada employing more than 1.8 million people, or 10% of the Canadian workforce. Comprising 12.9% of Canada’s GDP, manufacturing is an integral part of Canada’s vibrant economy. To operate at maximum efficiency and safety, organizations in the manufacturing sector rely on 2 way radios to… Read More»
Canada’s development of the oil sands and the growth of shale gas have had a significant impact on the oil and gas market in North America. Ranked third in the world in crude oil reserves after Venezuela and Saudi Arabia, Canada is poised to produce up to 6.5 million barrels a day by 2025. The industry… Read More»
With approximately 2.3 million citizens, Greater Vancouver has the third highest population in the country and the highest in Western Canada. Although Vancouver’s port is the busiest and largest in Canada, forestry is the area’s largest industry followed by tourism (Whistler, the world-famous ski resort, is a short drive away) – both of which rely… Read More»
The Straight Goods: One of Nova Communications’ top selling two way radios, the DTR650 boasts excellent in-building coverage, custom user setup and no Industry Canada Licensing requirement. One of the best value radios in the market.