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   Frequentis
 www.frequentis.com marketing@frequentis.com Jennifer McLellan
Innovationsstraße 1 1100 Vienna Austria
 COMPANY DESCRIPTION
Frequentis AG is an international supplier of communication and information systems for control centres with safety-critical tasks.
More than ever ANSPs need to master the challenge of managing change in business models and technologies while at the same time safety, security and sustainability is at the core of their business.
Frequentis, founded back in 1947, has installed around 30,000 operator positions throughout the world and can draw on enormous reserves of project know-how built through numerous international engagements. Around 400 customers in approximately 140 countries rely on the know-how and experience of Frequentis.
The company focuses on technology and innovation, particularly on the design of optimised human-machine interfaces. With a market share of 30%, the company is the world market leader in voice communication systems for air traffic control; it’s also world market leader in Aeronautical Information Management.
PRODUCTS/SERVICES
Forecast traffic calls for a completely new approach to ATM, to solve capacity challenges and a shortage of controllers already facing many regions of the world. At the same time how do we limit the impact aviation has on the environment?
Frequentis is leading the way with innovative solutions for resource optimisation and collaboration ensuring safety always comes first. This comprises voice, data and recording solutions, ATM-grade networks, virtualised private cloud and IP-based collaboration tools. Integrated solutions culminate in turnkey control centres for tower cabs and remote digital towers. The ability to provide more precise route planning and en-route flight plan optimisation based on real-time weather data, will reduce fuel consumption, and the need for excess fuel. Adding effective departure management tools in the tower also allow engine time on the ground to be reduced. But there is something else in the sky; the rise of drones and unmanned traffic systems fundamentally impacts the way ATM is carried out. There is just one sky, so UTM and ATM must converge to create a cross-functional, unified traffic management approach, something we call XTM.
Ask us more, over on our stand #526
  





















































































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