Direkt zum Inhalt
Events

Events

Meet us at upcoming events

Events – both industry and Frequentis led – are a key format for sharing the latest developments within the company’s portfolio of solutions. The topics shared in this section highlight prior activities and upcoming ones.

2020

MSPO 2020

Kielce, Poland

The Defence Industry Expo in Targi Kielce has gone down in history as the exhibition which brought 610 companies from 31 countries, including 303 Polish companies; the expo hosted 58 official foreign delegations from 49 countries,  30.5 thousand guests from around the world joined the MSPO 2019, this number includes 13 thousand Open Day visitors, the final expo accord which accompanies MSPO.

ATCA 2020 logo

ATCA 2020 - Annual Conference, booth # 537

Washington, United States of America

As the largest air traffic management (ATM) event in the Americas and the world’s only event centering around the air traffic control (ATC)/ATM technology and services needs of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), ATCA Annual is the can’t-miss aviation event of the fall. Three days of presentations, seminars, networking opportunities, and exhibition attract thousands of internationally recognized experts in every sector of aviation industry coming together to enhance the global airspace system. The Exhibit Hall features over 100 cutting-edge organizations and two free presentation theaters, providing you the education and connections you need to succeed.

IHMA 12th International Harbour Masters Congress, FREQUENTIS @ booth # 4&5

The Grand Chancellor, Hobart

As a destination of world-class maritime research, training and education, Tasmania’s rich maritime links continue to shape the future of port and marine operations. Technology and entrepreneurship have become emerging growth areas in Tasmania and it’s only fitting that the 2020 IHMA Congress reflects this journey of innovation and digitalisation.

With the theme, ‘The Next Wave – Navigating Towards the Digital Future’ the 2020 IHMA Congress is an unparalleled opportunity for maritime businesses to showcase their services and for port marine professionals from around the world to network, share their experiences and update their professional knowledge.

Global maritime freight transportation revenue is expected to grow from $166 billion last year to over $205 billion in 2023 and with spending in transportation and logistics on the Internet-of-Things (IoT) and smart systems projected to be over $130 billion in 2020, now is the time to identify how ports and port operations, including Harbour Masters, will navigate the digital future.

2020
2021

Previous Events

2020

2020
2019
2018
2017