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Malaysia enhances aviation rescue coordination with FREQUENTIS

  • Malaysia Aeronautical Rescue Coordination Centre (ARCC) to enhance rescue communication speed and reliability across six key sites
  • The new IP-centric system ensures real-time, efficient, and reliable communications for aeronautical rescue operations

Malaysia ARCC, in partnership with Mesiniaga Berhad, a leading Malaysian IT solutions provider, has successfully implemented the Frequentis Liberty-STAR IV voice communication system (VCS). The cutting-edge system, now operational across six ARCC sites, significantly enhances the speed and reliability of aeronautical rescue communications, marking a key milestone in the region's rescue technology.

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FREQUENTIS drone-based CBRN detection system advances European defence

  • Frequentis Group is developing an advanced chemical, biological, radiological, and nuclear (CBRN) reconnaissance system for the European Defence Agency
  • This is on behalf of selected Ministries of Defence of EU member states and in the context of EDIDP (European Defence Industrial Development Programme) - CBRN-RSS project, co-funded by the European Union
  • Sensor and uncrewed systems data will speed up analysis, revolutionising CBRN defence, and cutting response times.

In response to evolving threats, the Frequentis Group has developed an innovative data fusion cell (DFC) to integrate sensor and uncrewed systems data, through its incident crisis management (ICM) technology. The DFC serves as a centralised hub, seamlessly integrating information from various sources including sensors and drones, therefore enabling comprehensive analysis and rapid decision-making. 

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Marcel Haar will be the new Managing Director of Frequentis Germany

  • Effective 1 August 2024, Marcel Haar will take over the management of Frequentis Germany
  • He follows Reinhard Grimm, who is now responsible for the global ATM Civil business as Executive Vice President

“Germany is a strategically important country for Frequentis. It is our goal to further expand our business in Germany in the coming years and to increase our brand awareness. With Marcel Haar, we have a manager who can leverage his profound international experience in the areas of sales, marketing, and business development,” says Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis. 

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FREQUENTIS acquires Austrian software company Groiss Informatics GmbH

  • Frequentis has acquired workflow specialist Groiss Informatics GmbH
  • This acquisition strengthens Frequentis' position in the field of workflow management systems 

Frequentis has acquired all shares in Groiss Informatics as of 1 July 2024. The company, based in Klagenfurt, Austria, specialises in workflow management systems and offers solutions and services in the workflow area.
Acquiring Groiss Informatics enhances Frequentis' capabilities in workflow automation, currently in air traffic control with the plan to expand to other business units, by integrating the advanced @enterprise product. This strategic move allows Frequentis to further develop its expertise and offer more comprehensive workflow management solutions to its customers across various control centre applications. 

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Resolutions of the FREQUENTIS General Meeting 2024

The dividend for the 2023 financial year was approved by the General Meeting at EUR 0.24 (24 cents) per no-par value share with dividend entitlement, payment will be made as of 14 June 2024.

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