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FREQUENTIS: Acquisition of Australian-based C4i complements Frequentis global Defence portfolio

  • Completion of the acquisition of C4i Pty. Ltd., formalised on 30 July 2021, completes the L3Harris transaction of 23 February 2021
  • C4i will strengthen Frequentis worldwide Defence business and portfolio with its highly secure interoperable communications solutions for mission-critical environments
  • C4i will operate as an independent brand in the high-end Defence trusted supplier market with specific focus on US, Australia, UK, and allied markets

“We are delighted that with the closing for C4i we completed the transaction with L3Harris in such a short time. As a new entity of the Frequentis Group, C4i will significantly reinforce Frequentis capabilities in the very important Australian and US markets for multi-domain cyber secure Defence communications,” says Frequentis’ CEO Norbert Haslacher. “We will combine the strength of Frequentis and C4i mission-critical communication platforms to provide market leading technology and solutions based on extensive security, compliance, and export handling processes. Frequentis is market leader in communication systems for military Air Traffic Management. Together with C4i, we will now secure a globally dominating position also in the Defence Command & Control market."

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Royal Canadian Air Force trusts FREQUENTIS communication and recording technology for three new tactical control radars

Frequentis Canada Limited has been selected by the prime contractor Thales Canada Inc. to provide mission critical communication equipment for its Tactical Control Radar (TCR) contract with the Department of National Defence (DND). The contract, to support the future mission success of the Royal Canadian Air Force (RCAF), consists of three new TCR systems, to be located in Bagotville, Quebec, and Cold Lake, Alberta. 

The TCR modernisation project will allow the RCAF to continue to support national and international operations, providing tactical, transportable, long-range air surveillance and aerospace control capability.

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FREQUENTIS: Slovakian Defence Minister visits company headquarters in Vienna

Appreciated visit to the Vienna headquarters of the globally operating high-tech company Frequentis: Together with a high-ranking delegation, the Slovakian Minister of Defence Jaroslav Naď convinced himself of Frequentis' performance as a supplier of solutions for safety-critical applications. The contribution of the Slovak Frequentis subsidiary to the successful growth of the company group was also acknowledged.

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FALKE research project: Managing drone incursions in an airport environment

Frequentis* and Hensoldt / Hensoldt Avionics create the blueprint for managing drone incursions in an airport environment: In collaboration with the German Air Navigation Service Provider (DFS), German Federal Police (Bundespolizei), Hamburg Airport, Helmut Schmidt University, and Lufthansa, the consortium will develop holistic and integrated counter drone solutions.

The aim of the FALKE project is to integrate all reporting processes and the necessary technology so that, in the event of a dangerous situation, an unauthorised drone in an airport environment can be intercepted automatically - also with the option of human intervention - and transported to a safe location. To enable this, sensor data are evaluated, communication flows are channelled and processed in the Incident Management System, and the Counter-UAS solution is enhanced with artificial intelligence.

In June 2021, the companies and organisations cooperating in the FALKE research project met for a first field trial near Ulm in Germany – find out more by watching this video:

FALKE project video

The FALKE project is funded by the German Federal Ministry of Transport.


*Frequentis AG, Frequentis Comsoft, CNS Solutions & Support

FREQUENTIS Defense, Inc. drives defense business growth with appointment of new President, Jay Balakirsky

International safety-critical solutions provider, Frequentis, has appointed its USA Vice President of Sales, Jay Balakirsky, as President Frequentis Defense Inc. in the USA. The move aims to increase Frequentis’ presence in the defense domain in the United States, as well as to foster current and future business relationships with the US Department of Defense (DoD) and prime contractors.

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