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FREQUENTIS and SUNHILLO launch UAS-C to securely connect drone pilots and air traffic control (ATC)

Jointly developed unmanned aerial system connector (UAS-C) allows two-way voice and surveillance data exchange between drones and ATC

Frequentis and Sunhillo have addressed the challenge of connecting the UAV pilot in command (PIC) with air traffic control (ATC) units by developing its UAS-C system. The UAS-C converts UAS position data into standard aviation formats and provides a secure virtual radio communication link to connect seamlessly to the existing ATC infrastructure.

UAS-C provides air traffic controllers and command centers with reliable and secure ground-based UAS pilot communication while the UAV pilot uses the same virtual frequency as manned aviation users, minimising the risk of safety infringements. Since the communication equipment is located on the ground, UAS-C does not relay information through the UAS vehicle radio equipment, reducing the overall weight of the UAS, increasing payload.

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FREQUENTIS AG plant Börsengang mit öffentlichem Angebot in Deutschland und Österreich

Die 1947 in Wien gegründete Frequentis AG beabsichtigt ein öffentliches Angebot in Deutschland und Österreich mit dem Ziel der Notierung an der Frankfurter Wertpapierbörse und an der Wiener Börse.

Kazakhstan enhances safety-critical communication and data exchange with FREQUENTIS vitalsphere™ network solution

Frequentis modernises Kazakhstan’s ATM-grade communication network within the Almaty flight information region (FIR)

Frequentis VCX-IP network solution has been successfully installed in Kazakhstan, allowing the exchange of safety-critical communication and data to advance Almaty FIR to the next level. The project to modernise the country’s safety-critical air traffic management (ATM) communication network, ensures a smooth and safe migration towards IP technology.

ATM-grade network components such as the VCX-IP build the foundation for resilient air traffic management. The Frequentis network solution enables the exchange of air/ground (A/G) and ground/ground (G/G) radar data over an IP backbone and has successfully demonstrated the suitability and benefits of the solution in dedicated on-site sessions.

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ISAVIA and FREQUENTIS explore extreme weather remote tower solutions

Technology partnership between Isavia and Frequentis explores remote tower in sub-zero temperatures to benefit isolated airfields.

The Icelandic Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), Isavia, and Frequentis formed a technology partnership in 2017 to investigate suitable remote tower camera and casing solutions that would be effective in Icelandic weather conditions. The ongoing partnership is analysing the benefits this solution will have for isolated airports, by enabling ATS to be carried out from a centrally located facility.

In regions where smaller, low traffic volume airfields are at risk of closure, the remote tower concept allows ATC operations to be located at an easily accessible site, reducing the level of onsite staffing required.

Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) selects FREQUENTIS for country-wide voice communication system modernisation

Frequentis to replace existing IAA VCS systems and modernise IAA’s voice communication and control capabilities

Driven by the need to replace the existing VCS systems as well as manage increasing airspace demand, IAA selected Frequentis VCS3020X for all terminal and En-route control centres and selected air traffic control towers following a competitively tendered procurement process.

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