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Safe flying with drones: Austro Control and FREQUENTIS launch traffic management system for drones

The number of drones in Austrian airspace is ever increasing. To ensure that drones continue to travel safely in the future, dedicated traffic management systems with automated solutions are needed. Austro Control is relying on the development of a UTM (Unmanned Traffic Management) system with Frequentis.

The cooperation is the result of an extensive public tender process in which several leading companies from the technology sector have participated since last autumn.

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FREQUENTIS 2021: Great performance, successful acquisitions

  • Revenues up 11.4% year-on-year to EUR 333.5 million; EBIT rose to EUR 29.0 million
  • Order intake rose 5.9% to EUR 333.2 million; orders on hand rose 9.4% to EUR 467.9 million
  • Product portfolio broadened by acquisitions in Australia, Germany and Canada
  • Proposal to increase the dividend by one third to EUR 0.20 per share

As the leading global provider of information and communication solutions for safety-critical applications, Frequentis navigated the second year of the COVID-19 pandemic well thanks to its consistently resilient business model. Frequentis’ products are part of the safety-critical infrastructure or, in other words, the essential national infrastructure. This infrastructure must always be available and ready for operation – irrespective of the number of flights or how often the police, fire service, and emergency rescue services are deployed. Consequently, there is continued demand for Frequentis’ solutions.

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FREQUENTIS: New setup of communications & marketing department

  • Marcel Haar, Director of Corporate Communications & Marketing, to integrate all communication and marketing competences
  • Barbara Fürchtegott takes over as press spokesperson and Head of Communications, responsible for internal and external communications

As of 2022, Frequentis' communication and marketing activities have been merged in the new department “Corporate Communications & Marketing”. The reorganisation intends to synergise the units, ensure a uniform internal and external communication line, and accompany Frequentis’ presence in its growth and further internationalisation.

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FREQUENTIS TURNS 75: From start-up to global market leader – for a safer world

With its strong technologies, innovative capability, and systematic internationalisation, Frequentis has secured pole position on the world market. Solutions from this Austrian-based high-tech group of companies are used around the world by air traffic controllers, emergency services, railways, and shipping companies.

“On behalf of Frequentis’ Executive Board, I would like to thank our customers and business partners for supporting our successful development, and the employees of the Frequentis Group for their part in shaping our success,” says Norbert Haslacher, Chairman of Frequentis’ Executive Board.

Find out more in this video: Frequentis turns 75: innovation and continuity for a safer world and have a look into our anniversary folder.

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Adhoc: FREQUENTIS AG: Dividend proposal of EUR 0.20 per share for financial year 2021 (08:20 PM)

The Executive Board of Frequentis AG has decided – subject to the approval of the Supervisory Board – to propose a dividend of EUR 0.20 per share, totalling EUR 2.656 thousand, (previous year: EUR 0.15 per share) for the 2021 financial year to the Annual General Meeting for resolution.

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