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2019

FREQUENTIS equips largest German police organisation with its multimedia control room solution

Frequentis was selected for phase two of the modernisation and standardisation of control centre technology (Program MVL) for the police in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia (NRW). NRW police selected the Frequentis multimedia communication platform, 3020 LifeX, to meet the requirements for future emergency call and broadband radio communications.  

Phase two of the MVL program includes 50 police control centres with approximately 400 operator working positions. In the future, these will be hosted in a virtual cloud-based solution available in five networked technical centers across the region. The Frequentis multimedia communication platform, 3020 LifeX, will ensure efficient emergency call handling and operation on the public safety digital radio network as well as the interconnection of both channels.

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SESAR JU GOF U-space project: First demos successfully completed

First two demos in the Gulf of Finland (GOF) U-space project mark a leap forward in the implementation of unmanned traffic management (UTM) in Europe.

For the first time general aviation, drones, and recreational model aircraft safely shared the airspace above and around an operational airfield. This took place at the East Helsinki Aerodrome in Pyhtää, Finland, on 11 June. In a second demo on 14 June urban drone operations, above and below 500 feet, were demonstrated in controlled airspace in Tallinn, Estonia.

The GOF U-space project, with a broad consortium of 19 members, demonstrates that Europe is on course with its implementation of U-space - an initiative which aims to ensure safe and secure drone traffic management, based on the rapid growth of drone use.

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FREQUENTIS wins best use of critical communications in transport

Frequentis’ railway specific bearer-independent communications system (BIC) in Finland wins International Critical Communications Award

The International Critical Communications Awards (ICAA) focus on excellence in the public safety sector and 42 shortlisted entries were competing for just 10 awards. Winners were announced on June 18, during Critical Communications World, at the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC) in Kuala Lumpur.

Industry experts on the judging panel praised the Frequentis project for its interesting and innovative evolution from GSM-Rail to the Future Railway Mobile Communication System (FRMCS), hailing it an important integration project.

Pictured: Middle Florian Heiser, Frequentis Regional Sales Manager, Singapore. Right: Robin Davis, TCAA Chairman Transport Working Group

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Sydney Trains enables faster incident resolution with FREQUENTIS technology in its Rail Operations Centre (ROC)

Frequentis Rail Emergency Management (REM) solution prepares Sydney Trains for future passenger demand

The Frequentis Incident and Crisis Management (ICM) solution has been officially taken into operation, enhancing the way that Sydney Trains manages and resolves incidents on its railway network. Sydney Trains operators can now enter incident information in real-time, increasing efficiency and boosting operational performance. Implementation has taken place over a phased project roll-out. The REM client has been in use in Sydney Trains Rail Operations Centre (ROC) by Incident Managers since December 2018.  The mobile application and web portal is being deployed to all Sydney Trains Customer Service teams over a four-week period in June 2019, following a successful pilot with 150 users in May.

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Over-allotment option (greenshoe) of the IPO mainly exploited

After the IPO on 14 May 2019, the free float is now around 22%.

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