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FREQUENTIS technology successfully connects ATM to UTM in real-life drone integration trial at Manchester Airport

Staged at Manchester Airport in the UK, the comprehensive “Operation Zenith” demonstration consisted of eight complete scenarios where potential drone usage could occur around an airport. Altitude Angel’s GuardianUTM Airspace Management Operating System was fully integrated into the air traffic control tower at Manchester Airport, along with Frequentis’ smartSTRIPS.

Frequentis smartSTRIPS played a vital part in two scenarios in the trial providing situational awareness for controllers to see all planned movements at a glance. CADAS information management system and message handling system AIDA-NG from Frequentis Comsoft enabled both the GuardianUTM and the ATM world to connect using safe and secure ATM technologies and standards, managing the area as one unified airspace.

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Longstanding cooperation with EUROCONTROL:T-Systems and Frequentis celebrate 10th anniversary

  • T-Systems has been hosting the European Aeronautical Information Services Database (EAD) since 2008
  • Private cloud ensures highest data availability and security
  • EAD offers worldwide aeronautical information in real-time to more than 70,000 users

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FREQUENTIS harnesses the potential of security research

The European DRIVER+ research project drives innovation in security-critical data communication. International security research forms an important part of Frequentis' exhibit . The "Common Information Space" (CIS) is to be demonstrated as a so-called data hub at the PMRExpo, starting Nov 27 in Cologne, ensuring a secure, interoperable exchange of information between authorities and organisations with security functions in European crisis and disaster management.

CIS, was successfully tested in the EPISECC (Establish a Pan-European Information Space to Enhance SeCurity of Citizens) research project between 2014-2017, and is being used again in the DRIVER+ (Driving Innovation in Crisis Management for European Resilience) project. DRIVER+ will now be used to test numerous systems in joint trials as part of European security research by 2020.

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FREQUENTIS paves the way for efficient use of drones in public safety

Frequentis has developed an application which allows location data and video from drones to feed directly into workstations in the control centre, through its LifeX and ASGARD solutions. Firefighters, police, emergency medical services, search and rescue crews, and lifeguards, responding to a wide range of emergencies every day, are all too often hindered by a lack of critical information. Video and sensor data provided by drones could vastly support those forces in their missions. Frequentis will highlight how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) or drones can be efficiently utilised in emergency situations by directly integrating their critical surveillance information into the control centre’s communication systems.

Read the story in German here: Autonome Drohnen im Einsatz für die öffentliche Sicherheit

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Polizei Bayern successfully deploys FREQUENTIS communication platform in Nuremberg headquarters

The Polizei Bayern successfully opened its first operations centre in mid-September at its Police Headquarters in Central Franconia in Nuremberg. At the heart of the communication system was the Frequentis 3020 LifeX platform including digital radio connections and the newly developed AudioHub. The police headquarters of Mittelfranken is the pilot for the rollout of nine additional control rooms in Bavaria through October 2020. Two more operational centres are planned to be brought on line before the end of 2018.

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