FREQUENTIS Highlights & Innovations at Europe’s largest Air Traffic Control Conference

Frequentis will once more demonstrate its market leading innovations and new concepts for the civil and military ATM community at the WATMC, booth 526

- Vienna, Austria

Frequentis is the global market leader in safety-critical communication systems for Air Traffic Control and Aeronautical Information Management. We reach back to experience gained from installing more than 22,000 ATM controller working positions in 100 countries around the globe. Our partners rely on our commitment, our domain know-how and experience in mission-critical applications built through numerous international engagements. We keep their operational, financial, and organisational risks low and ensure their expectations are met.

Some glimpses into recent projects successes:

Next Generation IP-based Air Traffic Network Solution in Brazil being implemented by FREQUENTIS

Frequentis delivers a next generation Air Traffic Network (ATN) to Brazil. The network solution provides transparent access to three different backbone technologies such as IP-based, TDM-based and satellite-based backbones, as well as bandwidth management capabilities.

The highlights of the solution are dynamic delay compensation for any combination of network technologies, bandwidth optimisation and dynamic routing based on priorities and bandwidth availability.

Deutsche Flugsicherung relies on EAD

Since 2003, the European AIS Database (EAD), owned by EUROCONTROL and developed by Frequentis, has provided a cross-border, high-quality service for dynamic and static Aeronautical Information. DFS now has plans to further expand its use of the database: The EAD Pro application will replace the current DFS pilot briefing system in 2016, and migration preparations are already in full swing.

With the upgrades planned within up-coming releases, the EAD client application meets the DFS requirements in full. EUROCONTROL and Frequentis are supporting DFS through the largest and most complex migration of an ANSP to the EAD Pro application.

FREQUENTIS awarded with Air Traffic Control Recording System Replacement for Royal Australian Air Force

In late 2013, Raytheon awarded the contract for 15 DIVOS 3 log Air Traffic Control recording systems for the RAAF Bases to Frequentis Australasia Pty. Ltd.

The contract includes the delivery of two test systems and the integration with the existing Australian Defence Air Traffic System (ADATS). The Frequentis recording solution was chosen to provide state-of-the-art recording of mission-critical audio data.

Learn more about these projects and find out how Frequentis may assist you in enhancing your business.

We will once more demonstrate our market leading civil and military communications, information, and automation systems and solutions portfolio:

   ATM Communication Systems and Networks - End-to-end business and safety critical communications

   Tower Automation Solutions - SESAR compliant TAPTOOLS for integrated towers

   En-route Products and Services - iCWP Framework for interoperability

   Aeronautical Information Management - smartAIM product suite

   Networked communication services for military ATC - Scalable military control centre solutions

   System Integration Services - Turnkey systems integration and delivery capabilities

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