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FREQUENTIS: Über 50 Leitstellen in Deutschland vertrauen auf das Kommunikationssystem ASGARD

Integrierte Leitstellen Bayern und die Integrierte Leitstelle Saarland setzen auf die Frequentis Software-Lösung Mehr als 50 Kunden kommunizieren in Deutschland mit dem Kommunikationssystem ASGARD und schätzen das modulare, skalierbare und völlig redundante VoIP-System u.a. für die vielfältigen Integrationsmöglichkeiten in bestehende und künftige Infrastrukturen. ASGARD integriert sämtliche Kommunikationsmittel einer Leitstelle in eine Anwendung und ermöglicht dadurch eine einheitliche, für die Bedürfnisse moderner Leitstellen im sicherheitskritischen Umfeld optimierte, schnelle und vor allem sichere Bedienung. 

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One year of A-SMGCS Level 4 operations at Abu Dhabi International Airport, UAE

Automation solution provides airport with operational and safety benefits

  • Cooperation between Global Air Navigation Services (GANS) and ATRiCS has reduced runway incursions, flight delays and taxi time
  • Fully automated conflict detection and resolution between aircraft and vehicles
  • Benefits for airline operators at Abu Dhabi International Airport, including Etihad Airways

Global Air Navigation Services (GANS) and ATRiCS, a member of the Frequentis Group, have delivered operational and safety benefits to Abu Dhabi Airports, since the implementation of the ATRiCS TowerPad system (T-PAD) on 7 March 2022, which applies Level 4 Advanced Surface Movement Guidance and Control System (A-SMGCS).

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Control room technology helps Welsh Ambulance Service better respond to 999 calls

The Welsh Ambulance Service has introduced new technology to improve the way it responds to 999 calls.

The Trust is the largest ambulance service so far in the UK to go live with the new system, which is designed to manage resources more effectively.

Andy Madge, MD Frequentis UK, added: “We are pleased to be supporting the Welsh Ambulance Service with its transition to the Frequentis LifeX multimedia communication solution. This enables control room staff access to cutting-edge communication technology which will significantly benefit the lifesaving work they do, including managing and directing resources to the scenes of emergency situations. The collaboration of our teams has been instrumental in the successful delivery of this project, making the Welsh Ambulance Service the first major UK ambulance Trust to adopt this new technology.”

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FREQUENTIS supports digitalisation of French railways

  • Frequentis develops a customised communication solution for GSM-R and public mobile networks, driving railway performance through innovation
  • Nationwide deployment of over 3,600 fixed terminal systems and up to 40,000 mobile users in the coming years
  • Frequentis will set up an additional French office location in Lille, dedicated to the public transport market

Frequentis will develop and supply a customised communication system for the entire French rail network, as part of its strategic development plan to transform its network by 2030. The railway communication project FERCOM will pave the way for SNCF Réseau to transition to the Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS).

“As an active player in shaping FRMCS, Frequentis is a key participant in setting industry standards and supporting customers with their goals for a fully digital railway,” says Tom Karl, Frequentis Vice President Public Transport.

Frequentis will provide its IP-based Fixed Terminal System, FTS 3020, as the base for voice and data communication. The system is proven to support GSM-R, which partially covers the French network, as well as to support public mobile network coverage.  The project will also include maintenance services until 2036.


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UK Liverpool John Lennon airport selects FREQUENTIS to modernise voice communications

  • Frequentis will provide two voice communication systems (VCS) for Liverpool airport in the North of England
  • Frequentis’ next generation, cloud ready voice communication system, X10, to be installed as the contingency system
  • Systems Interface Limited contracted for design, installation, and integration

‘’The X10 is our latest VCS system and is designed to have operational agility and a future-proof update strategy that will ensure business continuity throughout air traffic management (ATM) operations,’’ says Hannu Juurakko, Frequentis Executive Vice President ATM Civil and Chairman of the ATM Executive Board.

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