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Frequentis is activly promoting its offerings to the marketplace. Through interviews and opinion peices the goal is a steady flow of outbound information that allows customers to see how Frequentis supports their business objectives. The topics shared in this section highlight current activities and thought leadership for the future.


Arabian Aerospace: Supporting Aviation Recovery in the Middle East

In the May issue of Arabian Aerospace we spoke about the digital tools to support aviation recovery, namely the ATRiCS Tower Pad and its benefits for controller efficiency as well as reducing carbon emmisions. Read the full article on page 25 of the digital magazine or via the pdf below.

Counter Terror Business: A Threat From Above

Drones are providing many industries with efficiency gains, however, they are also offering terrorists new capabilities including assisting Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN)-related crimes. Michael Delueg, Frequentis head of Defence Product Portfolio, explains how organisations can stay ahead with the right technology.

Multi-remote tower validation Copyright: Passive shadow operations at HungaroControl

The rise of multi-remote towers

Multi remote tower operations are on the rise. And there are good reasons for that: they help to leverage shared assets, improve efficiency, and enable new concepts of operations. Regina Bruzek, Frequentis’ remote tower expert and Rainer Kaufhold, research and development expert, DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung talk with international airport review about latest validation results, future scenarios and operational excellence.

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Copyright picture: passive shadow operations at HungaroControl

Bahn Manager: Secure rail communication

Rail travel is becoming increasingly popular as a climate-friendly means of transport. Railway lines on secondary branches of the network are often confronted with challenges as they need to ensure safe rail communication away from the main rail lines. Frequentis offers an efficient and proven solution for this.

The full story is available for download and can be found on p. 78-79.

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U.S. Military Experiments With Remote Digital Air Traffic Control

Stew Magnuson, National Defese Magazine, interviewed us about our remote tower project with the US Military. The systems operational verification test took place at Homestead Air Reserve Base over the course of one week in late 2020. In this phase, operators will actively control aircraft using the system. Read more here