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2021

Project RISE successfully increases automation of drone flight approvals and Air Traffic Control integration in non-segregated airspace

Project RISE successfully increases automation of drone flight approvals and Air Traffic Control integration in non-segregated airspace

The UK Future Flight Challenge Consortium consisting of Dronecloud, Frequentis, Sky-Drones, Cranfield University and Skyports successfully completed Project RISE to help unlock the future of drone operations through consolidating UTM services. Field trials were successfully completed at Cranfield Airport in the UK in November 2021, demonstrating a working solution.

Integrations were developed between a Ground Control Station (GCS), an Uncrewed Traffic Management Service Provider (UTMSP) and an Air Traffic Control (ATC) interface to increase levels of automation of approvals and ATC in non-segregated airspace.

Watch the project video here!

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FREQUENTIS CFO Peter Skerlan receives Alumni Award by the University of Applied Sciences for Management and Communication

Congrats to Frequentis CFO Peter Skerlan!

This year, the FHWien der WKW (University of Applied Sciences for Management & Communication) presented the Alumni Awards for the 14th time - and CFO Peter Skerlan is the winner in the category "Professional Achievements"

The University of Applied Sciences Vienna stands for continuous career development and innovation and this award honours (future) professionals and executives who achieve national or international success in their industry or field of activity.

Find out more in the press release (external link, in German): Alumni Award der FHWien der WKW erstmals zweifach vergeben

Credit: © Adrian Almasan | www.adrianalmasan.com

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FREQUENTIS launches cooperation with Wien Energie for mission-critical mobile broadband communication in the public sector

On 25 November, the first voice and video connection between Frequentis and Wien Energie, Austria’s largest energy provider, was successfully tested in a field trial to demonstrate mission-critical broadband transmission in the public sector.

The Frequentis technology for mission-critical services (MCX) in combination with Wien Energie's virtual mobile network allows the cost-effective implementation of highly available push-to-talk and push-to-video services, which require special networks.

"With the successful integration of mission-critical applications into the Wien Energie IT infrastructure, we created the common basis for cooperation in the field of mission-critical applications in the public sector”, explains Günter Graf, Vice President New Business Development at Frequentis. "This cooperation aims at evaluating applications in mission-critical environments based on innovative technologies available on the market and positioning them for use in the mission-critical public IT area of Wien Energie."

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FREQUENTIS and T-Systems – strategy for the digital airport

Partnership for digitisation of airports around the world - more efficiency and sustainability

With T-Systems and Frequentis, two experts are now pooling their aviation expertise. The aim of the partnership is the far-reaching digitisation of airports for more efficient processes in the passenger area as well as in the airside and logistics area of the airport. The two companies signed their partnership agreement at the inter airport europe trade fair in Munich on 9 November 2021.

"When we connect the data of air traffic control with that of the airport operations centers, our customers, air traffic control, and airport operators can make their operational processes at airports even more efficient and environmentally friendly," says Karl Fesl, Director Airports at Frequentis. "As a result, both noise and CO2 emissions can be significantly reduced and punctuality increased. Together with T-Systems, we are a particularly strong team in this regard!"

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FREQUENTIS and Unmanned Experts join NASA air mobility project

  • NASA and its partners to increase maturity of Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) ecosystem
  • Frequentis offers Unmanned Traffic Management (UTM) solution for airspace management, flight approval, and operator and drone registry
  • Unmanned Experts are specialists in autonomous robotics, swarms, UTM and mass data

As low flying traffic over urban cities prepares to increase, Frequentis, a global control centre communication provider, and Unmanned Experts, a world-leading automonmous robotics specialist, are joining the NASA Advanced Air Mobility (AAM) project. The two companies will add their unique expertise to this mission, which aims to support the emerging unmanned aviation markets to continue working towards integrating air taxis, which require electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL), cargo delivery aircraft and other new air vehicle concepts into the US national airspace system.  

Picture: © NASA

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