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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.


INCIDENT MANAGEMENT - Dealing with the unexpected

Journalist Lesley Brown talks to B2B rail about incident management in the railway industry, how situations can be dealt with more effectively and what the Frequentis Incident Crisis Management (ICM) solution has to offer. Read more at the following link...

Norbert Haslacher appointed CEO of FREQUENTIS AG

Norbert Haslacher, a successful manager and IT expert, will head the Frequentis Group, an international provider of communication and information solutions for safety-critical applications. Before his Frequentis assignment, Haslacher spent more than 15 years at CSC (Computer Sciences Corporation), a global IT services company focusing on application development, systems integration, outsourcing, cloud, big data, and cyber security.

During his tenure with Frequentis, Haslacher has been able to contribute his extensive software knowledge as well as his broad international experience.

Policy statement on modern slavery in the UK

In its business activities, Frequentis strictly complies with national and international laws, rules, and official regulations in each country where the Frequentis Group is active.  Over the years the company has established processes across the organisation to ensure that we perform to high standards of corporate social responsibility and that we prevent illegal working conditions in all of our supply chains. The respective key principles and guidelines are described in the Frequentis Code of Conduct and also in the Frequentis Modern Slavery Act Policy Statement, referring to the Modern Slavery Act which was introduced in Great Britain in 2015.

Remote tower evolution

The current uptake and evolution of the remote tower is gaining momentum. Expanding from its initial use case as a cost-saving solution for regional airports, the remote tower can now be utilised in many additional ways. Frequentis talks about its involvment in the early stages of design for this technology in 2010 and how adding more pieces of the surveillance puzzle to the offer sets them ahead of the rest. To read the full article visit International Airport Review and look for issue #1 2018.

Communications fit for the future

Maastricht Upper Area Control Centre (MUAC) became the first facility within the Functional Airspace Block Europe Central (FABEC) to deploy the New-generation Voice Communications System (N-VCS). MUAC controllers are already taking advantage of new features provided by Frequentis’ VCS 3020X end-to-end IP communications solution. Read more in this article written by EUROCONTROL for Skyway magazine.