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Frequentis is activly promoting its offerings to the marketplace. Through interviews and opinion peices the goal is a steady flow of outbound information that allows customers to see how Frequentis supports their business objectives. The topics shared in this section highlight current activities and thought leadership for the future.

2020

Podcast: WHY RELIABLE AIR TRAFFIC COMMUNICATION NETWORKS ARE VITAL FOR SAFETY

In this special episode of the Australian Aviation Podcast, Adam Thorn spoke to Martin Rampl, our Frequentis Australasia MD, about the chaos of COVID turning the aviation industry on its head, and the effect this has had on the unsung heroes in air traffic control, and the tech that supports them.

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Resilience and scalability for airspace recovery

Although we see the immediate benefit of digital tower and virtual centre technologies, we also see their ability to support longer-term strategic goals. We spoke to ATM magazine about how to ensure resilience and scalability during the airspace recovery and withstand what comes next. You can read it on page 20-21 by registering for free at this link.

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Railway-News: Prioritising the passenger journey

Despite the pandemic, rail is set to continue on a path of ever increasing capacity demand, intensifying the need for swift recovery from operational disruptions. Markus Myslivec spoke to Railway-News about the procedures and software solutions that will support railway operators with efficient incident management. Download the full article below...

Arabian Aerospace: Developing resilience with digital tower

As we look towards airspace recovery, we turn our attention back to the modernisation of the ATM system and the benefits for the Middle East. Josef Kutschi and Peter Gridling explain how digital tower technology enhances the safety and reliability of ATM facilities ready for changing air traffic demand.

COVID Response - driving contingency measures

The COVID pandemic highlighted the need for redundancy and business continuity for safety-critical control rooms around the world. Asia Pacific Defence Reporter asked Martin Rampl, Managing Director Frequentis Australasia, to talk about the effects on Frequentis business and meassures activated in response. Here Martin explains why recent events are driving the implementation of contingency measures that prepare us for potential future crises. To read the article online click here and login using social media.

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