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2024

Hannu Juuraako and Reinhard Grimm

Frequentis appoints new Executive Vice President ATM Civil

Effective 1 July 2024, Reinhard Grimm will take over the role of Executive Vice President ATM Civil from Hannu Juurakko, who will be retiring. He will be responsible for the worldwide ATM civil business of the Frequentis Group.

“Hannu Juurakko has been instrumental in the transformation of our ATM business, mainly developing ATM to a growing supplier with a complete portfolio and uniting the business unit into one unified ATM organisation. The Frequentis Executive Board would like to thank Hannu for his great commitment and wish him all the best for his well-deserved retirement”, says Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis. “Reinhard Grimm brings both international experience and a profound Frequentis background, along with developing and managing new business. I would like to welcome Reinhard to his new role and wish him every success.”

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FREQUENTIS DFS AEROSENSE to install validation system for a virtual tower at Munich Airport

  • The system to validate a virtual tower is being set up at the DFS branch at Munich Airport
  • This is intended to determine the potential of such solutions for hub airports and make them ready for deployment
  • The system is to support complex operations including mixed approaches and departures, and independent parallel runway operations

"Setting up the digital tower system and the validation of the solution for larger hub airports are a major milestone for the digitalisation of air traffic control. I hope it will open up a wide range of potential applications and serve as an international flagship project. DFS Aviation Services and Frequentis have cultivated a mutually beneficial and successful partnership for many years. The foundation provided by this strong alliance will drive the future development of digital tower solutions around the world," says Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis AG.

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Deployable digital tower solutions to receive a boost in Singapore through FREQUENTIS and ST Engineering

  • Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) will harness a mutual commitment to the promotion of digital tower capabilities in the region
  • Complimentary skillsets will foster the delivery of military and non-military use cases within defence, civil resource, and human disaster relief sectors

Frequentis and ST Engineering Advanced Networks & Sensors Pte Ltd (ANS), a subsidiary of ST Engineering in Singapore, have agreed to develop their cooperation on deployable digital tower solutions within Singapore and Southeast Asia through the creation of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU).

“Working together with ST Engineering ANS on this common goal to bring digital tower technology to the region is one that we welcome as a global supplier aiming to lead the way through innovation. Our goal is always to provide our customers with solutions that enhance operations,” says Martin Chaloupek, Managing Director Frequentis Singapore.

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FREQUENTIS renews military radar data network of the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr)

  • Nationwide sensor network at 22 locations
  • MilRADNET uses proven and innovative technology from Frequentis for the exchange and distribution of flight surveillance data
  • The network makes a significant contribution to the safety of German and pan-European airspace

The development of MilRADNET began in 2004 and was conceived as a pioneering solution for the exchange and distribution of military flight surveillance and flight plan data. The new contract represents an important milestone in the long-standing partnership between Bundeswehr and Frequentis.

"MilRADNET's journey reflects our tireless efforts to keep military communication and networking at the highest level. The continuation of the MilRADNET project is a milestone in our long-standing cooperation. It underlines our determination to always provide first-class solutions for the Bundeswehr based on continuous development and innovation," emphasises Constantin von Reden, Managing Director of Frequentis Comsoft GmbH.

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FREQUENTIS and US DoD enhance operator safety and situational awareness with deployable digital tower

  • Successful early operational assessment completed by Frequentis Defense, US Air Force Flight Standards Agency, and the Naval Information Warfare Center
  • Three fixed and deployable system trials carried out in Florida, Georgia, and Texas
  • Trials took place during real-time operations in a first-of-its-kind program

Frequentis Defense has successfully completed trials of its fixed and deployable digital tower for the United States Department of Defense (DoD).

The team for Frequentis Defense Inc. (FDI), the US Air Force Flight Standards Agency, and the Naval Information Warfare Center Atlantic worked together to successfully complete the three trials of the Frequentis Digital Tower at three Air Force and Naval Air Bases to prove the operational feasibility and benefits of the system for military personnel.

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