On May 30th until June 1st, 2018, EPOS TCS GNSS Data and Products participated to the EUREF 2018 Symposium, which was hosted in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The goal of ROB’s GNSS Contribution to EPOS (by C. Bruyninx, A. Fabian, J. Legrand, E. Pottiaux, F. Roosbeek) presentation was to give an overview of how the Royal Observatory of Belgium (ROB) is presently involved in EPOS IP, how its plans to contribute to the operational phase of EPOS, and how these activities are linked with ROBs present EUREF activities. “We aim to demonstrate how ROB is heavily involved in the development of EPOS and plans to play an active role in EPOS once the infrastructure will be operational”, said Carine Bruyninx.
On May 30th until June 1st, 2018, EPOS TCS GNSS Data and Products participated to the EUREF 2018 Symposium, which was hosted in Amsterdam, Netherlands. The oral presentation Multi-GNSS Capability of the EUREF Permanent Tracking Network (by C. Bruyninx, J. Legrand, A. Fabian, F. Roosbeek) showed that there are 324 stations in the EUREF Permanent Network (EPN), highlighting that 39 stations were added last year and that, since last symposium, five new stations were included. This report also presented the stations presently proposed to the EPN and why they are not included in the EPN yet. About the multi-GNSS tracking network, based on RINEX data, 7% track GPS-only, 40% track GPS+GLO and 53% track (at least) GPS+GLO+GAL.