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FFG Harmony project: Artificial intelligence to increase rail track safety (iStock / den-belitsky) /

Artificial intelligence to increase rail track safety

The Austrian Research Promotion Agency (FFG) is funding the HARMONY project to explore the use of artificial intelligence (AI) to detect irregularities on railway tracks.

The project, run by Mission Embedded, Frequentis, and the Institute of Computer Technology at the Vienna University of Technology, will investigate the use of an innovative track monitoring system that uses sensors and AI to detect anomalies on the track infrastructure. This aims to prevent consequential damage at an early stage and avoid potential accidents.

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FREQUENTIS delivers lifesaving control centre communication to New South Wales coastline

New technology for Marine Rescue New South Wales (NSW) helps save Australian boaters in distress

Australia’s Marine Rescue New South Wales selected the Frequentis integrated maritime control centre solution MarTRX to enhance its emergency response to save lives on the water. The new integrated Maritime control room technology from Frequentis will allow marine rescue radio operators and rescue vessel crews to respond more efficiently to boaters in distress.

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Air traffic optimisation leader, Orthogon, joins FREQUENTIS Group in first step of L3Harris acquisition

Frequentis portfolio benefits from Orthogon software, capable of reducing air traffic controller workload and carbon emissions

The former L3Harris Orthogon, based in Bremen, Germany, will now operate as Frequentis Orthogon. The company’s software benefits todays crowded air traffic environment through the flexible use of resources to reduce controller workload and manage air traffic queues safely and efficiently.

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FREQUENTIS Comsoft: Constantin von Reden appointed new Managing Director from May 2021

Constantin von Reden, Air Traffic Management (ATM) professional and currently Vice President Air Traffic Control/Air Defence (ATC/AD) at Rohde & Schwarz, will succeed Thomas Hoffmann as Managing Director of Frequentis Comsoft in Karlsruhe, Germany, as of 1 May.

"With Constantin von Reden, we have again acquired an excellent ATM professional for the management of Frequentis Comsoft," says Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher. "Our thanks go to Thomas Hoffmann for two years of successful expansion work. He is handing over a very well-ordered company to his successor. Constantin von Reden will continue the integration path and further strengthen the role of Frequentis Comsoft in the Frequentis Group."

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Iarnród Éireann optimises railway operations in Ireland with FREQUENTIS

Iarnród Éireann, Irish Rail, has been implementing the Frequentis fixed terminal railway dispatcher terminal to enhance rail operations across Ireland. The new digital platform provides increased situational awareness for the controller and geo redundancy, providing a modern and future proof solution as an upgrade to the existing Frequentis system, installed in 2013.

The Frequentis FTS 3020 is used by many of the world’s major railways as a component of the operational communication system. The new platform allows for more information to be displayed at a glance and on larger HD screens.

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