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Frequentis AG: Charlotte Rösener elected Chair of Industry Committee of the "Public Safety Communication Europe" Forum
Charlotte Rösener: Chair of PSCE
The Public Safety Communication Europe (PSCE) Forum has elected Charlotte Rösener, Frequentis expert in the field of mission-critical broadband communication, as Chair of the Industry Committee for the next four years. Charlotte Rösener was also admitted to the four-member Board of the Forum.
"The election as Chair of the Industry Committee is a great recognition for our expert Charlotte Rösener and her achievements in the field of mission-critical broadband communication. Her appointment underlines Frequentis' positioning as an innovator and leading provider in the field of Public Safety," says Frequentis CEO Norbert Haslacher.
The PSCE Forum is a non-profit organisation in the field of communication technologies for public authorities and blue-light organisations (police, fire, and rescue). As a European platform, PSCE brings together research, industry, and users to harmonise public safety requirements and promote the development of communication and information management systems.
By networking and bringing together these three key stakeholder groups, the PSCE Forum aims to create awareness of the different needs and to further develop innovative technologies for the European economy. As Chair of the Industry Committee, Charlotte Rösener brings her broad knowledge and development expertise to this, as she has also shown in her involvement in the European H2020 research and investment procurement programme BroadWay. In the context of the programme, the Frequentis-led consortium "BroadPort" successfully demonstrated a prototype for a pan-European broadband communication system to the technical validation committee in April 2021.
Important topics in the work of the PSCE are the end-to-end communication solutions in the future replacement of digital radio by 4G/5G-based, safety-critical broadband communication (MCX). "The skilful use of new technologies supports the paradigm shift in the field of public safety, based on increased digitalisation," says Charlotte Rösener. "The PSCE activities are intended to promote product solutions that become a success story for both providers and users."
Short biography Charlotte Rösener
Charlotte Rösener (PhD) was born in Vienna in 1977 and has an extensive scientific background. After graduating from the Vienna University of Technology and Keio University in Japan, Charlotte worked in the field of research. Charlotte Rösener looks back on 16 years of experience in technology development in the industry, 12 of which she spent in the safety-critical area. In 2013, she joined Frequentis, a globally successful supplier of safety-critical information and communication systems, as development Project Manager. Soon after, she became Product Manager for safety-critical communication applications in the field of Public Safety. Since 2018, Charlotte Rösener has been New Business Development Manager at Frequentis, with a focus on the innovative topic of mission-critical broadband communication. In recent years, Ms Rösener has also been actively involved in various TCCA and GCF working groups.
The Public Safety Communication Europe Forum (PSCE) is a non-profit organisation in the field of communication technologies for public authorities and blue-light organisations (police, fire, and rescue) and brings together research, industry and end-users as a European platform to jointly harmonise public safety requirements and promote the development of communication and information management systems. By bringing together representatives of public safety user organisations, industry and research institutes, the PSCE Forum aims to create awareness of the different needs and to further develop innovative technologies for the European economy.
For more information, please visit https://www.psc-europe.eu/
Frequentis, headquartered in Vienna, is a global supplier of communication and information systems for control centres with safety-critical tasks. Such 'control centre solutions' are developed and marketed by Frequentis in the business sectors Air Traffic Management (civil and military air traffic control, air defence) and Public Safety & Transport (police, fire brigade, ambulance services, shipping, railways). As a global player, Frequentis operates a worldwide network of branches, subsidiaries, and local representatives in more than 50 countries. Products and solutions from Frequentis can be found in over 35,000 operator working positions and in approximately 150 countries.
Founded in 1947, Frequentis considers itself to be the global market leader in voice communication systems for air traffic control with a market share of around 30%. In addition, the Frequentis Group's AIM (aeronautical information management) and AMHS (aeronautical message handling) systems, as well as GSM-R dispatcher working positions for Public Transport are industry leading solutions.
The shares of Frequentis AG are traded on the Vienna and Frankfurt Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol FQT (ISIN: ATFREQUENT09). In 2020, the Frequentis Group had about 1,900 employees worldwide and generated revenues of EUR 299.4 million and EBIT of EUR 26.8 million.
For more information, please visit https://www.frequentis.com
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