Train delays, capacity restrictions, accidents – railway incidents have negative impacts on regular rail operation. In a competitive environment, where rail companies must operate quickly, economically, reliably, punctually, and of course safely, incident management becomes a major differentiator.
Arriva Rail London (ARL) has been using the Frequentis Rail Event Management (REM) system to support critical decision-making for a year.
Frequentis will provide its IP-based Fixed Terminal System, FTS 3020, as the base for voice and data communication for French railways.
Austrian Federal Railways (ÖBB) and Frequentis have announced their collaboration on drone operations for more efficient rail maintenance.
The International System Safety Society (ISSS) has awarded two Frequentis members with prestigious awards for their contributions.
With its strong technologies, innovative capability, and systematic internationalisation, Frequentis is celebrating its 75th anniversary.
The project will investigate the use of an innovative track monitoring system that uses AI to detect anomalies on the track infrastructure.
Iarnród Éireann has been implementing the Frequentis fixed railway dispatcher terminal to enhance rail operations across Ireland.
How can operators streamline operations to benefit passengers and increase cost effectiveness? Frequentis' Richard Ellis-Edwards explains.
FREQUENTIS acquires shareholding in Spanish software company Nemergent Solutions, which is active in the field of “Mission Critical Services”.
Sydney Trains enables faster incident resolution with Frequentis Rail Emergency Management (REM) Solution in its Rail Operations Centre (ROC)
Bearer-independent communications (BIC) is setting railways on the path for future mobile communications. Frequentis explain...
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