IGS 2016: International GNSS Service Workshop

The atrium of 1 Bligh Street, Sydney, Australia

The 2016 IGS Workshop will take place from February 8-12, 2016 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. This year’s theme is “GNSS Futures”.

Registration is open.

The 2016 IGS Workshop will take place from February 8-12, 2016 at the University of New South Wales in Sydney, Australia. This year’s theme is “GNSS Futures”.

Registration is open.

The weeklong event focuses on the future activities of the International GNSS Service, a voluntary federation of more than 200 self-funding agencies, universities, and research institutions in more than 100 countries working together since 1994 to provide the highest precision GPS satellite orbits. These products enable access to the definitive global reference frame for scientific, educational, and commercial applications.

Sessions include:

  • Multi-GNSS and Associated Biases
  • Orbit Modelling
  • ACC Results and Conventions
  • Real-time and formats
  • Ionosphere and Troposphere
  • Reference Frame
  • Infrastructure and Calibration
  • Scientific uses of IGS data and products
  • Constellation Monitoring

The event is hosted jointly by Geoscience Australia and the University of New South Wales.

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