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FREQUENTIS selected by Verizon for FAA’s Enterprise Network Services (FENS) contract

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Under the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) FENS contract Frequentis will work together with Verizon to transition the U.S. National Airspace System (NAS) to a modern IP network.

The NAS supports more than one billion passengers per year. In the FAA’s mission to continue to provide the safest and most efficient aerospace system in the world, the FENS programme will update the FAA’s telecommunications network across the United States. The prime contract was recently awarded to Verizon, with Frequentis supporting all phases of the programme.

“Frequentis is proud to have been selected by Verizon for the important objective of interfacing the FAA’s operational ATM systems to the FENS backbone. Our VCX-IP and NetBroker have been designed for this exact purpose. We are looking forward to supporting Verizon’s FENS team in its evolution of the FAA’s network infrastructure,” says Dieter Eier, President, Frequentis USA. “Under the contract, Frequentis will also supply enterprise services for configuration and network management, along with architecture and integration support.” 

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European premiere: drone garages to save on thousands of minutes of delay in future

From now on drone garages will be distributed along the ÖBB’s rail network to provide valuable support: as the first infrastructure company in Europe, ÖBB-Infrastruktur AG has obtained the authorisation to use drones that can be operated also without direct visual contact with the pilots. In close cooperation with Frequentis and supported by Austro Control, this innovative project was realised. Instead of sending employees on foot into hazardous, impassable terrain or snow-covered slopes, drones will be sent off from a nearby drone garage. They will fly the defined route and send real-time images showing the line’s condition, meaning necessary decisions regarding the next steps can be made immediately. Depending on the case, the use of drones will result in a huge amount of time saved, therefore minimising line closures. Passengers and railway companies can adapt more quickly to the new situation thanks to this rapid development of information.

“Hangar-based drone flights are the technological answer to the strongly growing drone ecosystem. Frequentis has developed a highly automated solution that can be fully integrated into control centres and working positions of big infrastructure companies, as well as being easy to use for our clients’ employees,” says Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis. “We are proud to carry out this pioneering work together with ÖBB and to have helped facilitate the first authorisation of this kind in Europe for our partner.”

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Frequentis wins Investor Relations Society Award

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  • Frequentis received “Best Innovation Award in Investor Relations - Small Cap”
  • Also finalist in the “Best Investor Relations Programme - Small Cap” category
  • Strong competition due to record number of participating companies

"This award is recognition of our efforts to optimise our investor relations tools to meet the needs of investors with regard to the changing nature of obtaining information and new communication channels," says Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher. 

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Artificial Intelligence to optimise Saudi Arabian air traffic management

  • Potential operational efficiency gains through digital and data operations analysis
  • Aim is to develop modifications and a technology strategy to enhance a set of objectives including safety, efficiency, and punctuality, to increase airspace throughput
  • Project will support grand vision for Saudi Arabian aviation sector growth

Frequentis Control Room Consulting (CRC) was selected by SANS to explore how data analytics can be utilised in order to optimise and enhance its air traffic management (ATM) to meet the Saudi Arabian aviation sector growth strategy. Through collaborative workshops and system maturity assessments, teams from Frequentis and SANS identified workflow inadequacies and information deficits at key decision points.

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FREQUENTIS teams up with Saudi aviation company NERA, to advance Air Traffic Management (ATM) solutions in the Middle East

  • A partnership that complements Frequentis’ commitment towards enhancing Air Traffic Management (ATM) in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Middle East
  • Cooperation to deliver innovative solutions that boost safety, sustainability, and operational efficiency in Air Traffic Management 
  • Solutions to include Frequentis' Voice Communication Systems and Advanced Automated Tower Solutions

Frequentis and NERA have signed a partnership agreement to collaborate in order to provide cutting-edge technical and operational solutions that will improve safety and efficiency, while adhering to international safety standards.

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