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Aeronautical information management on six continents

Aeronautical Information Management (AIM) solutions leverage more than seventy years of ATC heritage showcasing true leadership in this market. During this timeframe, more than twenty years of AIM-specific experience has built the foundation for shaping this focus within the company. Frequentis supports these users with its interoperable information management components for everyone along the aeronautical digital data chain, increasing efficiency and quality in automated data handling from data origination at airports to data ingest of airlines.

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France selects FREQUENTIS Remote Digital Tower

ATM Mag: Reducing digital tower footprint

As digital tower technology continues to prove itself at airports, Frequentis DFS Aerosense is exploring even more efficiency gains and cost savings in a sustainable, compact version. We spoke to ATM Magazine about why the long-term benefits centre around multi-remote tower centres for a network of airports and how rising energy prices are just one reason leading organisations to look at a smaller set-up.

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jennifer.mclellan@frequentis.com | 2022-06-20

Düsseldorf Airport: extended use of Pre-Departure Sequencer

Airports of the future: FREQUENTIS and German Aerospace Center to bring multiple remote tower operations to the next level

Multiple Remote Tower Modules develop at fast-pace and will eventually replace traditional air traffic control (ATC) towers. Located in a remote tower centre, the modules aim to allow the control of several different airports, with varying complexity, from a remote location. This will also allow the centralisation of air traffic services (ATS) and the combining of resources at different airports, providing efficiency gains.

Developed within the framework of SESAR, a prototype was set up and tested by Frequentis and the German Aerospace Center (DLR) during validation exercises in Germany, with highlights shown during the SESAR online open day hosted by Frequentis at the end of 2021.

This project has received funding from the SESAR Joint Undertaking under the European Union's Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 874470.

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Vanessa.KOLLWIG@frequentis.com | 2022-03-03

Airlines

Downstream, airlines can rely on the correct automatic ingest of data to run their data engines and optimisation tools. While all regulatory requirements are fulfilled and data structures are applied according to international standards, the flexibility of the solution allows the addition of data and business rule extensions to manage and process additional data that is especially crucial in the airline industry.

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Downstream, airlines can rely on the correct automatic ingest of data to run their data engines and optimisation tools. While all regulatory requirements are fulfilled and data structures are applied according to international standards, the flexibility of the solution allows the addition of data and business rule extensions to manage and process additional data that is especially crucial in the airline industry.

Airports

Upstream, data origination at airports is being supported through the correct formatting and verification of the completeness of all data according to the latest requirements and regulations from ICAO, Eurocontrol or the EC. A flexible workflow engine allows third-party originators to manage data in a true collaborative manner while internal departments and teams are constantly informed about the current status of tasks and the respective data.

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Upstream, data origination at airports is being supported through the correct formatting and verification of the completeness of all data according to the latest requirements and regulations from ICAO, Eurocontrol or the EC. A flexible workflow engine allows third-party originators to manage data in a true collaborative manner while internal departments and teams are constantly informed about the current status of tasks and the respective data.

Data Management

The paradigm shift towards AIM replaces the traditional product-centric provision of aeronautical information with a data-centric solution.

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The aeronautical information management (AIM) solution of Frequentis provides full interoperability along the digital aeronautical data chain, consistent with the latest AIM standards and European and national regulations.

READ MORE about the modular system design which enables a smooth and cost-effective migration from AIS to AIM.

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