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Norway to transform emergency medical communications with FREQUENTIS

  • Frequentis to deliver centralised countrywide communication solution for medical emergency and non-emergency centres for up to 500 active operators
  • Multimedia control room solution supporting video and social media communication
  • Additional mobile access for nurses treating patients in hospitals
  • Software-based solution will reduce operating and management costs

Helsetjenestens driftsorganisasjon for Nødnett HF (HDO) has selected the Frequentis multimedia communication solution LifeX™ as the next-generation communication solution for the Norwegian emergency services. HDO is a public service provider responsible for the operation and management of control room solutions and radio terminals connected to the Norwegian Emergency Public Safety Radio Network – Nødnett – and services to its customers. 

The solution for HDO will allow control room operators to see all the relevant incoming information about an incident at a glance, while meeting the highest demands of mission-critical emergency services use cases.

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Oslo airport, Norway

FREQUENTIS provides Norway with network solution for efficient airspace management

  • Norwegian Avinor selects Frequentis Advanced Network Management System (Advanced-NMS) for total operational awareness
  • Real-time performance monitoring will strengthen overall security of Avinor’s operations
  • Flexible and scalable solution to evolve with customer demands

The Frequentis Advanced-NMS solution will enable Avinor, the Norwegian Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), to monitor their growing and complex countrywide infrastructure from one centralised tool, as well as enable fast, proactive, and effective responses to unplanned outages and emergency situations. It will also provide real-time performance monitoring of the quality of each system and will strengthen the overall security of Avinor’s operations. Thanks to the solution’s scalability, it can grow hand in hand with the development of their environment, enabling its use for decades to come.

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Eurocontrol MUAC

FREQUENTIS to ensure greater airspace safety and capacity for EUROCONTROL MUAC fallback operations

  • Safety and airspace capacity will be enhanced at one of Europe’s busiest and most complex airspaces
  • The Fallback Controller Working Position (CWP) follows Single European Sky open data interface principles
  • Based on the Frequentis OneATM user interface framework ODS Open Platform, the CWP ensures resilient operations even at high traffic volumes

EUROCONTROL, MUAC, one of the Air Navigation Service Providers (ANSPs) of four EUROCONTROL member states – Belgium, Germany, Luxembourg, and the Netherlands, selected Frequentis to provide its CWP as part of the MUAC fallback automation system. To ensure a high airspace capacity during fallback operations, while maintaining safety levels, EUROCONTROL's primary CWP will be mirrored by the fallback system, enabling controller requirements to be met in a similar way.

generic picture reading "Half-year Results 2023 - Frequentis Group"

FREQUENTIS reports a clear rise in order intake and revenues

Overview of the key figures for H1 2023:

  • Order intake +29.1% to EUR 208.0 million
  • Orders on hand +9.8% to EUR 546.7 million
  • Revenues +11.7% to EUR 186.8 million
  • EBIT improved to EUR -0.3 million

“Thanks to the extensive commitment of all our employees, we are on a good and sustainable growth track. The consistent working of our regional markets, the continuous expansion of our product portfolio through in-house research and development, as well as acquisitions enabled us to achieve a clear increase in order intake,” reports Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher. “The global security and mobility megatrends are supporting our growth.”

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Airways New Zealand

FREQUENTIS provides Airways New Zealand with airspace safety enhancement

  • The new message handling system supports the latest standards and enables better performance in a virtual environment
  • Contingency solution guarantees continuation of services, even in the event of an outage

Airways Corporation New Zealand Limited (Airways) have again selected Frequentis message handling system, AIDA-NG, for the modernisation of its existing AMHS (Air traffic services Message Handling System) network.

New features for email, webmail, routing, and new messaging and conversion functions were added during the update. Three systems, located in Christchurch and Auckland, are increasing New Zealand's flight safety benefits with a contingency concept that allows Airways to maximise a continuation of aeronautical messaging services with minimum disruption of service, even in the event of a sudden loss of the main site.

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