Frequentis stands for solutions for a safer world. Wherever Frequentis’ systems are used, people are responsible for the safety of other people and of goods.
Innovative capability and a strong focus on technology make Frequentis a global success story and a reliable partner. On average, around 90% of orders are based on installed base business with established customers throughout the world.
Frequentis is a global supplier of communication and information systems for control centres with safety-critical tasks. The listed family-run company develops and markets its “control centre solutions” in the Air Traffic Management segment (civil and military air traffic control, air defence) and the Public Safety & Transport segment (police, fire brigades, emergency rescue services, coastguards, port authorities, railways).
With a market share of 30%, Frequentis is the world market leader in voice communication systems for air traffic control. Frequentis is also the global leader in aeronautical information management and aeronautical message handling systems.
As a global player with about 2,000 employees, Frequentis has a global network of companies in more than 50 countries. Its head office is in Vienna, Austria. Frequentis’ products, services, and solutions are used at more than 40,000 operator working positions in around 150 countries. Shares in Frequentis are traded on the Vienna and Frankfurt stock exchanges; ISIN: ATFREQUENT09, WKN: A2PHG5. In 2021, revenues were EUR 333.5 million and EBIT was EUR 29.0 million.
Wherever Frequentis’ systems are used, people bear responsibility for the safety of other people and goods. The company also works towards a more sustainable future through its air traffic optimisation solutions.
SEASONALITY OF BUSINESS PERFORMANCE
Business performance during the year is exposed to seasonal fluctuations due to the customer structure and the nature of its project business. Order intake and project acceptance are generally highest at year-end, which typically results in negative half-year results.