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Journal of Geodetic Science

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Rapid static GNSS data processing using online services

M. Berber / A. Ustun / M. Yetkin
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  • Department of Geomatics Engineering, Katip Celebi University, Izmir, Turkey
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Published Online: 2014-09-30 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/jogs-2014-0013

Abstract

Recently, many organizations have begun providing online GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) data processing services. Currently, only one of these organizations i.e., OPUS (On-line Positioning Users Service) provides a rapid static data processing option. In case of static online data processing, the users are required to submit at least two hours of data to get reasonably precise results. To provide processing option with less than two hours of data, NGS (National Geodetic Survey) developed OPUS–RS for rapid static data processing so that usersmay submit as little as 15 minutes of dual frequency GNSS data. In this study, multiple observation sessions are conducted at the same locations to compare OPUS-RS generated coordinates among the different sessions to see whether separate values agree with each other. The results indicate that with OPUS-RS results the differences in horizontal coordinates agree with each other within 3.5 cm and vertical coordinates agree within 7.2 cm. For an independent check, OPUS-RS results are also compared against LGO(Leica Geo Office) produced Static results; this comparison yielded up to 4.5 cm variations among horizontal coordinate differences and variations among vertical coordinate differences are up to 11.4 cm.

Keywords: Global Navigation Satellite Systems; horizontal and vertical coordinates; online data processing services

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About the article

Received: 2014-04-05

Accepted: 2014-09-08

Published Online: 2014-09-30


Citation Information: Journal of Geodetic Science, ISSN (Online) 2081-9943, DOI: https://doi.org/10.2478/jogs-2014-0013.

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