TAG: International GNSS Service

New Version of PPP-Wizard Demonstration Software Published

October 9, 2014By

A new version of the open source PPP-Wizard user software has been published. The link to download the wizard is being provided on request, so the International GNSS Service (IGS) can keep track of interested users. The PPP-Wizard is defined as a precise point positioning with integer and zero-difference ambiguity resolution demonstrator. Available for non-commercial purposes, it performs real-time PPP using corrections streams provided by the IGS Real... read more

New Open Source BKG Ntrip Client Published

September 23, 2014By
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The International GNSS Service (IGS) has published a new version of the Open Source BKG NTRIP Client (BNC) for real-time GNSS applications and RINEX3 QC. Follow this IGS link to download precompiled binaries for Linux and Windows systems. Version 2.11.0 includes a bug fix for GLONASS code biases as well as RTCM SSR message updates for PPP. The maximum number of GNSS observations has been increased... read more

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IGS Launches New Website

August 28, 2014By

The International GNSS Service (IGS) has launched a new website. Knowledge-base sections have been created for IGS Working Groups to maintain content for public access. The site administrators ask Working Group chairs to provide updated content to their sections. Other sections include IGS Real-Time Service, IGS Presents (videos), IGS Multi-GNSS Experiment, news and events. Because content has been extensively reorganized with this... read more

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Russia Turns IGS Data Back on — Sort of

June 5, 2014By

On June 2, GPS World reported that GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests but located in Russia had stopped making their data available to scientists and others. Now, “It looks like the tap has been turned back on, at least at slow flow,” reports Richard Langley, GPS World Innovation editor and University of New Brunswick professor. “Hourly and daily... read more

Russia Turns off Data from IGS GPS Tracking Stations

June 2, 2014By
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As announced by Russian Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Rogozin on May 13, 2014, GPS tracking stations co-sponsored by U.S. interests have stopped making their data available to scientists and others. The tap on the flow of data from 11 stations was turned off starting on May 31. The data flow included hourly and daily data files from the stations as... read more

Innovation: The International GNSS Service: Any Questions? (PDF)

January 1, 2007By

Innovation: The International GNSS Service: Any Questions? (PDF) By Angelyn W. Moore Published: January 2007 GPS World In this month’s column, Angelyn Moore, the IGS Central Bureau’s deputy director, overviews the organization’s service, history, and future, demonstrating that the IGS is a model of scientific collaboration of which not just the GNSS community but the whole world should be proud.—Richard... read more

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