FREQUENTIS successfully participates at the World ATM Congress 2013 in Madrid

- Vienna, Austria
Given WATMC’s positioning as the world’s largest Air Traffic Management (ATM) event, it fits to see the global market leader for communication and information systems in ATM demonstrating its coveted position. Many of the 5,000 visitors from over 100 countries found their way to the Frequentis booth, panel discussion, presentations and demonstrations. They enjoyed product demonstrations, attended the Frequentis panel “Cultivating Innovation in ATM: delivering the promises with new operational concepts”, visited the presentation on “Hybrid Networks: investment protection and safe migration to IP-based, safety-critical ATC networks” or simply chatted about today’s ATM issues.

The products and solutions on display at WATMC - held at IFEMA Feria de Madrid in Spain - mirrored the company’s stellar status as a supplier, integrator and operator of voice communication and information systems and solutions for centres, towers, AIM offices and military ATC & air defence operations.

Product Launches

Frequentis presented a very strong line-up of solutions at the show, reinforcing its position as technology leader and innovator with a strong commitment to the ATM industry.


advanced vision system is a fundamentally new solution on how to operate remote or contingency towers; combining enhanced vision systems with Frequentis established TAPtools® tower automation suite and capabilities for mission-critical networks, the company provides an unrivalled solution.
The Frequentis voice communications system (VCS) continues to lead the market in terms of reliability, usability and innovation. Latest innovations support the flexible use of airspace by dynamic sectorisation, realised by a networked VCS concept based on the worldwide accepted ED-137 standards for VoIP in ATM. The VCX-IP Networking portfolio provides ANSP’s with a new benchmark product for a cost efficient and integrated interconnection of control center, tower and radio sites via digital, satellite and IP based networks.
In the En-route segment, innovative solutions for the integrated Controller Working Position (iCWP®) augment the future Area Control Centre and Approach Control Centre operations with CPDLC capability and the provision of up-to-date aeronautical information through support systems.

The Frequentis Portfolio is completed by the proven DIVOS 3


recording system, the manifold AIM solutions and networked communication services for military ATC.


System Wide Information Management (SWIM) Demo:

The demonstrations organised by SESAR Joint Undertaking involved 10 different ATM organisations (including Frequentis) interconnecting 31 instances and successfully exchanging information on airspace, flights, airports and weather. Together with our industry partners in SESAR, we have been able to showcase the benefits of SWIM and how our products are SWIM-enabled getting closer to deployment in the near future.
Official signature of the Internet briefing contract with Austro Control
The successful and already five decades lasting partnership between the Vienna-based high-tech company Frequentis and the Austrian air navigation service provider (ANSP) Austro Control will be continued with the renewal of the Austro Control's Internet briefing.
Award of the 20,000th VCS 3020 controller working position to long-term customer DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH.
Frequentis has recently delivered the 20,000th VCS 3020 controller working position. As a gesture of appreciation for the long-lasting and successful cooperation, the Managing Director Operations of the DFS, Robert Schickling, was presented with an 'anniversary edition' by Frequentis CEO Mr. Bardach.
As Mr. Unterberger, member of Frequentis board, put it: “The WATMC is a most effective platform for Information exchange and networking within ATM industry. It was a wonderful to share and demonstrate the future of ATM communication and information management with our many clients and friends in the ATC community. We look forward to returning in 2014.


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