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2020

COVID-19 compels aviation industry to speed up the modernisation of the ATM system and prioritise business continuity

Frequentis emphasises benefit of SESAR Virtual Centre concept during pandemic 

Many flights across the world remain grounded due to COVID-19, however, repatriation flights and cargo flights require the airspace to remain open. There have also been cases of interrupted air traffic control (ATC) services due to suspected COVID cases in air traffic control centres. Today’s operational ATC concept does not allow other sectors to immediately take-over operations, if area control centres (ACCs) are taken out of service. This calls for a modernisation of the ATM system, building on virtualised ATC centres for ACCs and tower, with built-in business continuity, beyond national or regional borders.

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Poland enhances air situation picture with FREQUENTIS and PANSA

Polish Air Navigation Services Agency (PANSA) has worked together with Frequentis to implement the next generation tower flight data management system, Electronic Flight ProgrEss Strips (EFES) to reduce Air Traffic Controller (ATCO) workload and increase situational awareness. The tool is now is now certified and operationally deployed in Poland.

EFES acts as a centre of information exchange, a processor that increases the predictability of air traffic, makes flight operations safer, the technical environment automated, and network management easier. This deployment allows PANSA to serve as an information hub for tower-related data at all airports.

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Covid drone operations

Drones support Estonian emergency services during pandemic

Estonian Air Navigation Services, (EANS), has enlisted the support of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) manufacturer, Threod Systems and safety-critical technology provider, Frequentis, to support Estonian blue-light forces with a series of essential drone operations during the COVID-19 lockdown. The operations are supporting Estonian emergency services with medical transport and information gathering.

The Frequentis flight information management system (FIMS) provides the Common Information Services (CIS) function to the operation. The FIMS provides real-time situational awareness to air traffic controllers, enabling both manned flights and Threod drones to safely share the same airspace, providing controllers with the complete air situation picture.

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FREQUENTIS one year after the IPO. First virtual General Meeting went well.

  • Virtual General Meeting on first anniversary of IPO
  • Karl Michael Millauer and Boris Nemšić re-elected to the Supervisory Board
  • High majorities for all proposed resolutions

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Spain enhances airspace safety with FREQUENTIS’ contingency voice communication system

Frequentis will provide Spanish Air Navigation Service Provider (ANSP), ENAIRE, with a contingency voice communication system (VCS) for air traffic control towers at nine country-wide locations across Spain. The country-wide contingency VCS infrastructure will enable business continuity in the event of an air traffic control (ATC) disruption, allowing airspace operations to continue.

The solution is based on the Frequentis voice over IP (VoIP) product, VCS 3020X, which is in operational use in Europe and worldwide, proving its capability and reliability.

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