Real-time satellite-based positioning system
In the ACS project, research was carried out in order to establish a real-time satellite-based precise positioning system. The ACS provides the backbone of the Australian National Positioning System and the future GNSS data analysis centre supporting the satellite constellations of GPS, Galileo, Beidou and GLONASS systems.
The GNSS data processing and analysis software deals the objectives of GNSS precise orbit determination, satellite clocks errors estimation, ionosphere and troposhere global modelling and precise point positioning.
The project was a collaboration between a range of partners, including Aalborg University with researcher Thomas Papanikolaou.
AAU Space Group - Researchers
Multi-GNSS Analysis Centre Software
EFFECTIVE START/END DATE
June 15th 2015 - November 15th 2020
- Aalborg University
- Geoscience Australia
- Cooperative Research Centre for Spatial Information (CRC-SI)
- Australian National University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)