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2019

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Sydney Trains enables faster incident resolution with FREQUENTIS technology in its Rail Operations Centre (ROC)

Frequentis Rail Emergency Management (REM) solution prepares Sydney Trains for future passenger demand

The Frequentis Incident and Crisis Management (ICM) solution has been officially taken into operation, enhancing the way that Sydney Trains manages and resolves incidents on its railway network. Sydney Trains operators can now enter incident information in real-time, increasing efficiency and boosting operational performance. Implementation has taken place over a phased project roll-out. The REM client has been in use in Sydney Trains Rail Operations Centre (ROC) by Incident Managers since December 2018.  The mobile application and web portal is being deployed to all Sydney Trains Customer Service teams over a four-week period in June 2019, following a successful pilot with 150 users in May.

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Over-allotment option (greenshoe) of the IPO mainly exploited

After the IPO on 14 May 2019, the free float is now around 22%.

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Electronic flight strips as part of its tower system modernisation program

Dutch air traffic controllers work with FREQUENTIS to implement electronic flight strips

Air Traffic Control the Netherlands (LVNL) selected Frequentis electronic flight strips as part of its tower system modernisation program that is being deployed in accordance with the Pilot Common Project (PCP) regulations. Two towers at Amsterdam Schiphol airport have now been equipped with Frequentis smartSTRIPS, meeting the ambitious time frame to complete before the 2019 summer period. By digitalising paper strips ANSPs are paving the way for automation and efficiency, improving controllers’ situational awareness and workflow.

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Stefan Marin Head of Investor Relations

Since 14 May 2019, the shares of Frequentis AG are traded in the General Standard on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and on the prime market on the Vienna Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FQT (ISIN: ATFREQUENT09). To strengthen its investor relations activities, this high-tech company has hired Stefan Marin, previously IR manager at Semperit AG, with effect from 1 June 2019.

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Jersey Airport becomes the first British airport to manage air traffic using digital Remote Tower technology

Jersey Airport, part of Ports of Jersey Limited, has become the first British airport to achieve approval for operational use of a digital Remote Tower. This marks the first time this type of system has been used to actively control commercial aircraft movements at a British airport.

The Frequentis solution was designed to safely manage air traffic for Jersey Airport from a contingency operations centre, providing seamless Air Traffic Control (ATC) services should the air traffic control tower be unavailable for any reason.

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