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FREQUENTIS enhances airspace safety in Spain with nationwide contingency voice communication system

ENAIRE, the air navigation service provider (ANSP) of Spain, is upgrading 14 contingency voice communication systems across nine different locations in Barcelona, Madrid Area Control Centre and ENAIRE Test Centre, Seville, Palma de Mallorca, the Canary Islands, Málaga, Valencia and Zaragoza.

The project, contracted in 2020, is the first large-scale voice communication project for the country, and was driven by a need for the renewal of the country’s backup systems. Frequentis has now implemented the contingency systems at both the main operations room and the contingency room in Seville, with the systems in Palma de Mallorca, the Canary Islands, Barcelona, Valencia, Zaragoza, Málaga and Madrid following throughout 2022 and 2023.

Eight African nations upgrade aviation message handling with Frequentis

  • Advanced aviation message handling system (AMHS) from Frequentis has been put into operation in ASECNA member countries
  • First major infrastructure program in Africa for Frequentis
  • The region will benefit from harmonised, state-of-the-art airspace communication

In this project, ASECNA, the Agency for Aerial Navigation Safety in Africa and Madagascar, takes over the central procurement of the AMHS infrastructure for its member countries, including the delivery of eight complete and independent systems; Cameroon, the Central African Republic, Comoros, Côte d'Ivoire, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon, and Guinea-Bissau now benefit from the most advanced upgrade of their existing legacy AFTN (aeronautical fixed telecom network) messaging service.

The innovative, fully integrated messaging technology is now increasing their communication capability and fully supporting the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) basic and extended AMHS service profiles.

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FREQUENTIS receives silver award from EcoVadis confirming sustainable corporate governance

The Frequentis Group is committed to sustainability in all of its actions, in accordance with its corporate mission "for a safer world". With a silver medal in the current EcoVadis rating, Frequentis is among the top 25 percent of companies evaluated by the world’s largest sustainability ratings provider. Frequentis was rated above the industry average in all four categories - environment, labor and human rights, ethics, and sustainable procurement.

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FREQUENTIS: Integrierte Leitstelle Saarland – Beauftragung desNotrufabfrage- und Funkvermittlungssystems durch ZRF Saar

  • Zuschlag für die Neubeschaffung des Notruf- und Funkabfragesystems der Leitstellen der ILS Saarlandstärkt Marktposition im BOS-Bereich
  • Vollständig redundantes, auf Voice over IP (VoIP) basierendes Kommunikationssystem

Die Frequentis Deutschland GmbH erhielt vom Zweckverband für Rettungsdienst und Feuerwehralarmierung Saar (ZRF Saar) den Zuschlag für das Projekt im Zuge einer EU-weiten Ausschreibung für die Lieferung und Integration der Kommunikationssysteme am Hauptstandort Winterberg sowie an den Redundanzstandorten Merzig und Bexbach.

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Unique innovation partnership: Austrian Federal Railways and FREQUENTIS collaborate on hanger-based drone operations

Automated drones to provide faster, more efficient, and more frequent rail track maintenance checks in the future.

A dense rail network with almost 10,000 kilometres of track and over 1,000 stations and stops is the basis for the comprehensive and environmentally friendly provision of transport services in Austria. 

"The drone ecosystem is currently growing rapidly, with the number of commercial use cases continuously increasing," explains Norbert Haslacher, CEO Frequentis. "We are pleased to join forces with our customer ÖBB to test the operational feasibility of hangar-based automated drone flights for future-oriented railway operations in Austria."

(c) ÖBB

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