Anyone working in the K to 12 school system anywhere in Canada understands the importance of being responsible for the safety and well being of children and young people. It’s a responsibility that makes reliable communication a must for teachers and staff alike.
Organizations in Victoria and across Vancouver Island rely on two way radios to enhance safety and boost productivity in a wide assortment of applications. In fact, two way radios are frequently used in Vancouver Island’s logging, fishing and tourism industries while Victoria’s burgeoning IT and technology sector also experiences a high adoption rate of two… Read More»
Canada is one of the largest agricultural producers and exporters in the world. And with over 205,730 farms at an average size of 778 acres, the Canadian agricultural and agri-food system sector rely on two way radios to connect the 2.1 million people it employs directly and indirectly – from sharing real-time information in the fields,… Read More»
It comes as no surprise the forestry industry is one of Canada’s largest employers, providing nearly 900,000 direct and indirect jobs. Not only does Canada’s forestry sector rely on two way radios to power in-the-bush communication, but forestry plants and operations – including wood, pulp for paper, industrial round wood, and more – rely heavily… Read More»
Several unique aspects need to be considered when meeting the communication needs of property management companies. Property management organizations and their employees use two way radios in a diverse set of circumstances – from facilitating communication on and across properties to tenant relations, security and maintenance-related activities. Property Management Sector’s Communication Demands It is necessary… Read More»
Throughout its 13 provinces and territories, Canada is home to over 100 universities and colleges. These learning institutions perform more than one-third of Canada’s research and development, and generate over $30 billion in revenue across Canada.
Canada is the second largest country on earth, and its transportation system reflects this. The country has more than 1,400,000 kilometres of roads, 10 major international airports, 300 smaller airports, 72,093 km of rail and more than 300 commercial ports and harbours that provide access to the Pacific, Atlantic and Arctic oceans as well as… Read More»
Recognized as the “Oil Capital of Canada,” Edmonton’s supply and service industries drive the province’s petrochemical engine, while research and technologies support the processing and transport of the massive oil, gas and oil sand reserves – the second largest in the world. Many of the technological and trade based businesses in the area rely on two… Read More»