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2022

Safety Engineer and Safety Manager of the Year: FREQUENTIS Gabriele Schedl and Werner Winkelbauer receive important international system safety accolades for 2022

The International System Safety Society (ISSS) annually recognises the outstanding efforts by system safety professionals and is this year presenting two Frequentis members with prestigious awards for their contributions. Gabriele Schedl is recognised as Safety Manager of the Year while Werner Winkelbauer has been awarded Safety Engineer of the Year.

Werner Winkelbauer has been a system safety engineer with Frequentis since 2001 and this is the first time Frequentis has been awarded in this category. For Gabriele Schedl this is the second time she is receiving the Manager of the Year award, being previously recognised in 2014. Gabriele is Head of the Frequentis safety management competence centre, founded in 1995, since 1999, Werner is her deputy.

 

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ADHOC: FREQUENTIS AG: Contract renewal for CEO Norbert Haslacher for a further 5 years

The Supervisory Board of Frequentis AG today passed a unanimous resolution to appoint Norbert Haslacher as CEO for another 5 years. The current term of office of the CEO runs until 15 April 2023, the new term of office until 15 April 2028.

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FREQUENTIS AG: CEO Norbert Haslacher renewed for another 5 years

The Supervisory Board of Frequentis AG today passed a unanimous resolution to appoint Norbert Haslacher as CEO for another 5 years until 15 April 2028. 

"Norbert Haslacher has made a decisive contribution to the transformation of Frequentis into a globally operating software company over the past 7 years. In addition to his motivating manner for all employees, he also always has an open ear for new innovations and a strong focus on the needs of our customers," says Hannes Bardach, Chairman of the Supervisory Board.

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UK SKIES PROTECTED BY C4I PTY LTD SECURE VOICE COMMUNICATION SYSTEM

C4i Pty Ltd, a Melbourne-based secure voice communications company, has provided its VOICE C2 voice over IP (VoIP) communication system (VCS) for the Ministry of Defence (MoD) Guardian project, providing the UK’s new Air Command and Control System. C4i Pty Ltd, a member of the Frequentis Group since 2021, is subcontractor to IBM. IBM Consulting in the UK are the Prime contractor that is leading the program to develop and install the replacement system

The Guardian project is replacing current systems at RAF bases in the UK with new technology allowing the RAF to enhance its air situation picture in support of continued early detection and rapid response of suspected aircraft threats. Replacing the existing Royal Air Force (RAF) VCS with the new VOIP based system from C4i provides enhanced flexibility, capability and security , as well as reducing overall life cycle costs.

Pic © RAF GUARDIAN team at RAF Boulmer

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Royal Netherlands Airforce selects FREQUENTIS secure voice communication system

Royal Netherlands Airforce selects FREQUENTIS secure voice communication system as most economically advantageous in tender

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) is replacing three end of life voice communication systems (VCS), selecting the Frequentis secure VCS as the most suitable for its demands in a competitive tender.

RNLAF is responsible for the safety and the integrity of national and NATO airspace, with voice communications systems (VCS) being the primary communication for crew in their execution of tasks. The three VCS to be replaced support up to 100 controller working positions.

“The Frequentis voice communication system has a clear focus on cost efficiency over the lifespan of a system, providing customers with a very low total cost of ownership. The proposed solution is based on the Frequentis secure VCS, specifically designed for military applications, and is the product supporting the highest diversity of radio manufacturers and radio models on the market,” says Peter Skiczuk, Frequentis Vice President Defence. “We are looking forward to working closely with RNLAF to deliver a system that fully supports their requirements.”

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