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2018

FREQUENTIS USA completes voice switch modernization for the US Army in Fort Rucker Alabama

Frequentis has been replacing legacy voice communications systems for the US Army with Next Generation solutions since 2015, as a key agency partner on the Interim Voice Switch Replacement (IVSR) contract with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). Over 45 army sites have been completed to-date under the multi-year contract, with the largest installation for Fort Rucker Cairns Airfield Air Traffic Control Tower (ATCT) and Cairns Army Radar Approach Control (ARAC). The installation, test and deployment strategy enabled zero downtime and transparent system replacement to operational users.

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FREQUENTIS awarded first military remote virtual tower contract

After an extensive evaluation period Department of Defense (DoD)  selected Frequentis’ remote virtual tower (RVT) technology to support Air Force and other DoD agencies. The project will include two fixed-base RVT systems and two deployable systems. By replacing the “out-of-the-window” view with a visualization system at a remote site, situational awareness is not only increased with enhanced visibility, but military air traffic control (milATC) staff are no longer in harm’s way as they can conduct their duties safely from a remote location.

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FREQUENTIS Voice Communications System now fully operational at one of the world’s busiest airports - Dallas Fort Worth (DFW)

Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has successfully placed its 131st Voice Communication system from Frequentis into operation at NextGEN Metroplex, North Texas without any disruption to normal operation.

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FREQUENTIS predicts a converged UTM/ATM

Frequentis believes that by considering existing ATM systems, already widely deployed by Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) around the world, and using established standards, the transition risks for ANSPs will be minimised. The key to protecting the safety of manned aviation, as well as persons or property on the ground is enabling timely and high-quality information sharing between ATM and UTM, and the ability to communicate real-time, addressing the challenge of integrating drones in the vicinity of an airport.

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German air navigation service provider relies on European AIS Database

DFS is the first major European air navigation service provider (ANSP) to deploy the central European AIS Database (EAD) for its pre-flight information service. The EAD Service is provided by EUROCONTROL on behalf of its member states and enables the seamless exchange of aeronautical data between ANSPs, airspace users and the EUROCONTROL Network Manager.

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