The Royal Netherlands Airforce chooses FREQUENTIS

The Royal Netherlands Air Force (RNLAF) is replacing three End-of-Life Voice Communication Systems (VCS), selecting Frequentis’ Secure VCS as the most suitable for its demands in a tender.

The RNLAF is responsible for the security and integrity of national and NATO airspace, with voice communication systems (VCS) being the primary communication for aircrew in the performance of their duties. The three VCSs to be replaced support up to 100 controller working positions.

“The Frequentis voice communication system has a clear focus on cost effectiveness throughout the lifetime of a system, providing customers with a very low total cost of ownership. The proposed solution is based on Frequentis’ secure VCS, specifically designed for military applications, and is the product supporting the widest diversity of radio manufacturers and radio models on the market,” said Peter Skiczuk, Vice -president of defense of Frequentis. “We look forward to working closely with RNLAF to deliver a system that fully meets their needs.”

Frequentis is an experienced systems integrator, providing turnkey solutions and support to other military customers, including a long relationship with the German Armed Forces (Bundeswehr), providing military VCS since 1997, replacing VCS for the UK Ministry of Defense for over two decades, and various projects for the US Department of Defense for over 15 years, with all systems still in operational service. Frequentis also supplied the Slovak Air Force with a NATO-compliant air-to-ground and ground-to-ground communication system in 2019.

The Frequentis solution proved to be the most advantageous in the selection process, also proving its reliability and compliance with all criteria, including NATO compliance.

In 2021, Frequentis acquired Melbourne-based C4i PTY Ltd, responsible for the VOICE C2 mission-critical voice communication systems product line. C4i secure VCS is used by defence, government and industry in more than 35 countries, including the US Air Force and Marine Corps, UK Ministry of Defence, Qatar Ministry of Defense and in the air defense segment of the Royal Australian Air Force.

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