Keep up with the latest news
Frequentis is very active in promoting its offerings to the marketplace. Through a constant stream of news and events the goal is a constant outbound information flow. The topics shared in this section highlight current activities by the company and thought leadership for the future.
Emergency communication services
In October Wolfgang Kampichler shared his views on emergency calling with Radio Resource International magazine. Here he highlights the need for improving access to emergency services for the deaf and hard of hearing and the need for systems to handle text messages and location-based call routing. Industry partners are now contributing to a new initiative - Deaf Emergency Calling 1-1-2 (DEC112).
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The power of voice
We published an article in the October issue of Internatonal Airport Review, which talks about the importance of voice communication in the digital tower and how using voice as an additional input sensor will increase automation and reduce the controller workload. It's also a function that will benefit the multiple remote tower use case. Read the full article on the website here or click download to view the pdf.
ATM magazine: Welcome to the U-space
We were invited to share our work on the Gulf of Finland U-space project with Air Traffic Management magazine for their September issue. Here we discuss the success of the project, what worked well, but also what is still needed to progress the future airspace ecosystem and safely support the integration of drones. Frequentis delivered a flight information management system (FIMS) which served as the critical digital data backbone connection between the ATM world and U-space service providers (USPs) – Airmap, Altitude Angel and Unifly.
Read more online by subscribing to ATM magazine.
GSM-R and the road towards FRMCS
In the lead up to TRAKO, Alistair McGill and Markus Myslivec spoke to Railway-News about the Frequentis Fixed Terminal Rail System (FTS 3020) and its support for Future Railway Mobile Communications (FRMCS).
To read the article in full click here and flip to page 40-43...
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