Air Traffic Management
Digital. Sustainable. Safe.
A prospering aviation industry is an important contributor to economic success. Aviation contributes to 3.5 trillion USD in GDP worldwide, and employs a workforce of 87 million individuals. It enables trade, connect people and makes economies prosper. Building on 75+ years of experience in ATC, Frequentis Air Traffic Management (ATM) helps Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) worldwide deliver safer and more secure capacity for airspace users in a cost-efficient way.
We enable the digital transformation of ATM
Frequentis has installed around 25,000 ATM operator positions throughout the world and can draw on enormous reserves of project know-how built through numerous international engagements. Around 300+ customers in approximately 150 countries rely on the know-how and experience of Frequentis, ensuring the safety of 95% of the world’s passengers and aircraft.
We supply the autonomous ATM ecosystem for a safer, secure and sustainable world.
Frequentis is leading the way with innovative solutions for traffic synchronisation and collaboration ensuring safety always comes first. This comprises service-based voice, data and recording solutions, ATM-grade networks, virtualised private cloud and IP-based collaboration tools.
Growing the Frequentis group
In 2020, Frequentis acquired a 51 per cent share in ATM automation technology supplier ATRiCS and in 2021 acquired the ATC Solutions business unit and the unit for traffic synchronisation (Orthogon) from L3Harris. These acquisitions extend Frequentis’ technical offering and customer base and add an even broader range of solutions to its extensive ATM portfolio. Frequentis is now a leading provider of traffic synchronisation solutions, both en-route and on the ground with arrival- and departure management products, solutions for dynamic capacity balancing for airports, routing, guidance, and A-SMGCS. These solutions are capable of reducing air traffic controller workload and carbon emissions.
Golden Flight Level (GFL) is the annual international winter sports championship of air traffic controllers with participants from all across Europe, as well as from overseas (Canada, USA, Carribbean, Russia, Dubai and Australia).