PROCEEDINGS

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Tuesday 27 October 2015

09:00

Opening Session

Chairs: Dr. Javier Ventura-Traveset, Dr. Andreas Bauch

Welcome from PTB, Prof. Joachim Ullrich, President of PTB

Welcome from ESA, Dr. Didier Faivre, Director Navigation Department

 

09:40

Keynote 1:

"ICARUS- New Global Science with Small Animals"

Dr. Walter Naumann

Max-Planck-Institut für Ornithologie (Germany)

 

10:20

Coffee Break

 

11:00

Keynote 2:

"The New SI: The Expected Redefinition of the SI Units"

Dr. Joern Stenger

PTB (Germany)

 

11:40

Keynote 3:

“To Navigate Autonomously: on Land, in the Atmosphere and Under Water”

Dr. Annet Ward

DLR – German Aerospace Center (Germany)

12:20

Lunch Break

 

14:00

Session 1A: N1 Multi_GNSS

Room 1
Chair: Dr. Pascale Defraigne

 

The afternoon programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

 

14:00

Precise Point Positioning with Galileo Observables

R. White, R. B. Langley

University of New Brunswick Geodesy and Geomatics Engineering (Canada)

Paper I Presentation

 

14:20

MagicPPP in your Pocket: a Smart, Portable and Efficient Multi-GNSS High-accuracy Solution

D. Calle, G. Tobias González, I. Rodriguez Perez, R. Rosa Ferrero, P. F. Navarro Madrid

GMV (Spain)

Paper I Presentation

 

14:40

 

Phases Ambiguities Resolution Combining Precise Point Positioning (PPP) and SBAS Augmentation Methods

N. Kheloufi
Centre des Techniques Spatiales CTS (Algeria)
Paper I Presentation

15:00

 

Coffee Break

 

15:30

 

Analysis of Multi-GNSS Observations and the Challenges of their Combination

F. Reichel1, E. Schönemann2,T. Springer2,M. Becker1,W. Enderle2

1Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany), 2ESA/ESOC (Germany)

Paper I Presentation

 

15:50

 

GFZ Analysis Centre: Multi-GNSS Processing and Products

M. Fritsche, Z. Deng, M. Uhlemann, T. Nischan, M. Bradke, M. Ramatschi, A. Brandt,

G. Beeskow

Deutsches GeoForschungsZentrum GFZ (Germany)

Paper I Presentation

 

16:10

Utilization of a Novel Channel Quality Index for Improved Multi-GNSS Positioning in GNSS-Denied Environments

M.Z.H. Bhuiyan, S. Söderholm, H. Kuusniemi, S. Thombre, L. Ruotsalainen

Finnish Geospatial Research Institute (Finland)

Paper I Presentation

 

14:00

Session 1B: E2 Ionosphere Observation

Room 2
Chair: Prof. Dr. Gérard Lachapelle

 

The afternoon programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

 

14:00

Evaluation of Parameters Pertaining to Observed Ionosphere Anomalies in Europe with Multi-GNSS and Validation with Space Weather Products

G. Lalgudi Gopalakrishnan, J. Feltens

Telespazio VEGA Deutschland Gmbh (Germany)

Paper I Presentation

 

14:20

Extrapolated Ionospheric GNSS Tomography to Support SBAS: Design and Proof of Concept over Eastern Asia

M. Hernandez-Pajares1, G. Olivares-Pulido1, H. So2, A. Garcia-Rigo1

1UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 2 ADD (South Korea),

Paper I Presentation

 

14:40

 

Ionosphere Scintillation at Low and High Latitudes (Modelling vs Measurement)

Y. Beniguel

IEEA (France)

Paper I Presentation

 

15:00

 

Coffee Break

15:30

 

High Accuracy Measurements of Ionospheric Parameters by Combining Radio-Astronomical and GNSS Observations.

H. Zelle1, E. A. Kuijpers1 A. J. P. Van Kleef1, F. Wokke1, J. E. Noordam2, B. Van der Tol2,M. Mevius2, R. Prieto-Cerdeira3

1NLR (The Netherlands), 2ASTRON (The Netherlands) , 3ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)

Paper I Presentation

 

15:50

 

Inversion of Tsunami Height Using Ionospheric Observations. The Case of the 2012 Haida Gwaii Tsunami

R. Virgile1, P. Lognonné1, L. Rolland2

1IPGP (France), 2Géoazur (France)

Paper I Presentation

 

16:10

NeQuick G Performance and Residual Error Overbounding: 2 Year Global Study

R. Orus Perez, J. Parro, R. Prieto-Cerdeira

ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)

Paper I Presentation

16:30

 

Poster Session

 

Wednesday 28 October 2015

09:00

Session 2A: N2 Challenges in GNSS Applications

Room 1
Chair: Prof. Dr. Stanislaw Oszczak

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

09:00

On the Benefits of Atomic Clocks in Autonomous GNSS Navigation
T. Krawinkel, S. Schoen
Leibniz Universität Hannover, Institut für Erdmessung (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

09:20

Numerical Weather Modelling Based Troposphere Correction for Real Time Precise Point Positioning
L. Yang1, C. Hill1, J. Jones2, R. Prieto-Cerdeira3
1
University of Nottingham (United Kingdom), 2UK Met Office (United Kingdom), 3ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)
Paper I Presentation

09:40

Kinematic GNSS Experiment Supported by External Tropospheric Corrections
P. Vaclavovic, J. Dousa, M. Elias
Geodetic Observatory Pecny, RIGTC, p.r.i. (Czech Republic)
Paper I Presentation

10:00

Refined and Site-augmented Tropospheric Delay Models for GNSS
D. Landskron, G. Möller, A. Hofmeister, J. Böhm, R. Weber
TU Wien (Austria)
Paper I Presentation

10:20

Coffee Break

10:50

 

A Contribution to ETRS89 in Central Europe: Results from the CEGRN Activity
A. Caporali1, M. Barlik2, M. Becker3, G. Grenerczy4,
J. Hefty5, D. Medak6, G. Milev7, M. Mojzes5, M. Mulic8, T. Rus9, J. Simek10, G. Stangl11, G. Virag4, J. Zurutuza12
1
University of Padova (Italy), 2Warsaw University of Technology (Poland), 3TU Darmstadt (Germany), 4Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Penc (Hungary), 5TU Bratislava (Slovakia), 6University of Zagreb (Croatia), 7Bulgarian Academy of Sciences (Bulgaria), 8University of Sarajevo (Bosnia and Herzegovina), 9Technical University of Civil Engineering, Bucharest (Romania), 10Czech Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic), 11Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austria), 12University of Padova (Italy)
Paper I Presentation

11:10

 

Characterization of Velocity Field in Iberian Peninsula with Continuous GNSS (1998-2014)
I. Quintanilla1, M. Valdes2, J. A. Sánchez2, J. Velasco3
1
Technical University of Valencia (Spain), 2Instituto Geográfico Nacional (IGN) (Spain), 3Technical University of Madrid (Spain)
Paper I Presentation

11:30

 

Submillimetric GNSS Distance Determination for Metrological Purposes
S. Baselga, L. García-Asenjo, P. Garrigues
Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (UPV) (Spain)
Paper I Presentation

11:50

Combined Architecture for Multi-dimensional Signal Quality Enhancements in GNSS Receivers
N. G. Ferrara1, M. J. Paśnikowski2, S. Sánchez-Naranjo3, F. A. González4, R. Ramos-Pollán5, G. Seco-Granados6, M. Solé3, M. Toledo2, E. S. Lohan1
1
Tampere University of Technology (Finland), 2GMV (Spain), 3Pildo Labs (Spain), 4Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Colombia), 5Universidad Industrial de Santander (Colombia), 6Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
Paper I Presentation

09:00

Session 2B: M2 Galileo/GNSS Orbit Determination

Room 2
Chair: Chair: Prof. Dr. Heidi Kuusniemi

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

09:00

The Galileo Terrestrial Reference Frame and the Galileo Orbit Validation Facility
R. Zandbergen1, E. Schoenemann1, T. Springer2, J. Martin3, W. Enderle1, M. Uhlemann4, M. Fritsche4, R. Dach5, L. Prange5, E. Orliac5, Z. Altamimi6, J. Chenal6, W. Soehne7, J. Dostal7, A. Rülke7, F. Gonzalez8, R. Swinden8, S. Binda8
1
ESA/ESOC (Germany), 2Positim UG (Germany), 3Telespazio Vega (Germany), 4Helmholtz Zentrum Potsdam (GFZ) (Germany), 5University of Bern (Switzerland), 6IGN (France), 7BKG (Germany), 8ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)
Paper I Presentation

09:20

Precise Orbit and Clock Determination of the Galileo FOC Satellites
P. Steigenberger, O. Montenbruck
DLR/GSOC (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

09:40

Results from CODE's Multi-GNSS Orbit Solution
L. Prange1, E. Orliac1, R. Dach1, D. Arnold1, G. Beutler1, S. Schaer2, A. Jäggi1
1
AIUB (Switzerland), 2Swisstopo(Switzerland)
Paper I Presentation

10:00

Precise Orbit Determination for GNSS Satellites
E. Schoenemann1, T. Springer1, F. Dilssner1, C. Garcia Serrano1, C. Flohrer1, F. Reichel2,
W. Enderle1, R. Zandbergen1
1
ESA/ESOC (Germany), 2Technische Universität Darmstadt (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

10:20

Coffee Break

10:50

 

Accelerometers for GNSS Orbit Determination
U. Hugentobler, A. Schlicht
Technische Universität München (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

11:10

 

Towards MEO Microaccelerometer for GNSS
R. Peresty, M. Peca, J. Kraus
SERENUM, a. s. (Czech Republic)
Paper I Presentation

11:30

 

Positioning Accuracy Using a Combination of GNSS and Inter-Satellite Observations
M. Stetter, U. Hugentobler
Technische Universität München (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

11:50

Laser Ranging to Galileo (LR2G)
S. Dell’Agnello
INFN-LNF (Italy)
Paper I Presentation

12:10

Lunch Break

14:00

Session 3A: E3 Atmospheric Research

Room 1
Chair: Dr. Francesco Vespe

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

14:00

A 17 Year Time Series of Ground-based GNSS for Sensing of Atmospheric Water Vapour
G. Elgered, T. Ning
Chalmers University of Technology (Sweden)
Paper I Presentation

14:20

 

A New Mapping Function Recovered from Atmospheric Profiles Retrieved by GNSS Radio Occultation Data
D.R. Vespe1, C. B. Benedetto1, E. Rosciano1, G. Vizziello2
1ASI – Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (Italy) , 2Consorzio INNOVA (Italy)
Paper I Presentation

14:40

 

COST Action ES1206 : Advanced Global Navigation Satellite Systems Tropospheric Products for Monitoring Severe Weather Events and Climate (GNSS4SWEC)
J. Jones1, G. Guerova2, J. Dousa3, S. de Haan4,E. Pottiaux5, O. Bock6, R. Pacione7, G. Dick8
1
Met Office (United Kingdom), 2Sofia University (Bulgaria), 3Geodetic Observatory of Pecny (Czech Republic), 4Royal Netherlands Meteorological Institute (The Netherlands), 5Royal Observatory of Belgium(Belgium), 6Institute Geographique National (France), 7e-geos S.p.A. ASI/Centro di Geodesia Spaziale (Italy), 8GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

15:00

Coffee Break

15:30

 

Cancelled

15:50

 

Towards Real-time GNSS Troposphere Delay Monitoring Service for Poland
T.H. Hadas, J. Kaplon, J. Bosy
Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences (Poland)
Paper I Presentation

16:10

 

The Potential of Galileo Inter-Satellite Ranging for Atmospheric Research
G. Möller, F. Hinterberger, A. Hofmeister, R. Weber
TU Wien (Austria)
Paper I Presentation

14:00

Session 3B: M3 Timing

Room 2
Chair: Dr. Pacôme Delva

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

14:00

Galileo Signals for Time and Frequency Users
P. Defraigne1, W. Huang1, N. Bergeot1, J. M. Chevalier1, G. Cerretto2,E. Cantoni2,
A. Perucca3,A. Mudrak4
1
Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium), 2Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (Italy), 3aizoOn (Italy), 4ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)
Paper I Presentation

14:20

 

Interoperability of the GNSS's for Positioning and Timing Applications
A. Caporali1, L. Nicolini2, M. Bertocco2
1
University of Padova (Italy), 2University of Padova – CISAS (Italy)
Paper I Presentation

14:40

 

Calibration and Distribution of UTC from Galileo
R. Píriz1, P. Roldán1, A. Cruz1, A. Bauch2, J. Leute2,J. Díaz3,E. Marín3
1
GMV (Spain), 2PTB (Germany), 3Seven Solutions (Spain)
Paper I Presentation

15:00

Coffee Break

15:30

 

High-rate Clock Variations of the Galileo IOV-1/2 Satellites and their Impact on Carrier Tracking of Geodetic Receivers
O. Montenbruck1, A. Hauschild1, A. Häberling2,G. Katsigianni3, U. Hugentobler3
1DLR / GSOC (Germany), 2ETH (Switzerland), 3TUM/IAPG (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

15:50

 

GNSS Time Transfer in the Context of BIPM Activities
G. Petit1, J. Leute2, D. Piester2, A. Bauch2
1
BIPM (France), 2PTB (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

16:30

Poster Session

 


Thursday 29 October 2015

09:00

 

Session 4A: E1 Status and Trends in Earth Observation

Room 1
Chair: Prof. Dr. Gunnar Elgered

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

09:00

 

GEROS-ISS: Innovative Ocean Remote Sensing Using GNSS Reflectometry Onboard the International Space Station
J. Wickert1, O. Andersen2, B. Chapron3, E. Cardellach4, J. Hatton5, P. Hoeg2, A. Jäggi6, N. Jakowski7, M. Kern5, T. Lee8, M. Martin-Neira5,N. Pierdicca9, C. K. Shum10, M.
Semmling1 , C. Zuffada8
1
GFZ Potsdam (Germany), 2Technical University of Denmark (Denmark), 3IFremer (France), 4IEEC/ICE-CSIC, Institute of Space Sciences (Spain), 5ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands), 6University of Bern (Switzerland), 7DLR (Germany), 8Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Caltech (United States), 9Sapienza University of Rome (Italy), 10Ohio State University (United States)
Paper I Presentation

09:20

 

Current Research Activities at UPC on Earth Remote Sensing using GNSS-R
A. Camps, H. Park, H.
Carreno-Luengo, A. Alonso-Arroyo, D. Pascual, R. Onrubia, J. Querol
Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya-Barcelona Tech (Spain)
Paper I Presentation

09:40

 

Resolution Improvement of GNSS-based Bistatic Synthetic Aperture Radar Using Combined Galileo E5 Signals
M. Antonio
u1, H. Ma2, J. Winkel3, M. Cherniakov1,C. Buck4
1
University of Birmingham (United Kingdom),
2Beihang University (China), 3IFEN GmbH (Germany), 4ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands)
Paper I Presentation

10:00

 

Determination of Temporal Changes in the Earth's Gravitational Field Using Optical Two-way Links between GALILEO and LEO Satellites
M. Hauk, M.
Murböck, R. Pail, A. Schlicht
TUM (IAPG) (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

10:20

 

Use of GNSS Tropospheric Products and Numerical Weather Prediction Model to Study Fog in Bulgaria
D. Guerova1, M. Stoycheva2,M. Manafov3
1Sofia University (Bulgaria), 2National Institute of Meteorology and Hydrology (Bulgaria), 3Bulatsa (Bulgaria)
Paper I Presentation

10:40

Coffee Break

09:00

 

Session 4B: P1 Fundamental Physics

Room 2
Chair: Dr. Roberto Prieto-Cerdeira

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

09:00

 

 

Test of the Gravitational Redshift Using Galileo Satellites 5 and 6
P. Delva1, E. Richard1, P. Wolf1, A. Hees2, S. Bertone3
1
Syrte/Observatoire de Paris/UPMC (France),
2Department of Mathematics, Rhodes University (South Africa), 3Astronomical Institute, University of Bern (Switzerland)
Paper I Presentation

09:20

 

Clocks in Space
C.
Lämmerzahl1, E. Hackmann1, M. List1, S. Herrmann1, V. Perlick1, D. Puetzfeld1,
F. Merkle2, B. Rievers1
1
ZARM, University of Bremen (Germany),
2OHB Systems (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

09:40

 

The Time Transfer and Synge World Functions in Relativistic Positioning Systems
A. Heffernan1, C. Gerekos2
1
ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands),
2Université Libre de Bruxelles (Belgium)
Paper I Presentation

10:00

 

General Relativistic Experiments Using Accelerometry and Eccentric Orbits of GALILEO Satellites
D. Vespe
ASI – Agenzia Spaziale Italiana (Italy)
Paper I Presentation

10:40

Coffee Break

11:10

 

Session 5A: N3 GNSS Signal Processing

Room 1
Chair: Prof. Dr. Günter Hein

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

11:10

 

A Review of Pre-Despreading GNSS Interference Detection Techniques
A. Jafarnia Jahromi, S. Daneshmand, A.
Broumandan, G. Lachapelle
University of Calgary (Canada)
Paper I Presentation

11:30

 

Simulink-based Open-source Simulator for the Narrowband Interference Mitigation in E5a Galileo Band
D. Alonso de Diego , N. G. Ferrara, J. Nurmi, E. S. Lohan
TUT (Finland)
Paper I Presentation

11:50

 

Effectiveness of GPS-GALILEO Inter-frequency Biases due to Mixed Signal Types on Ambiguity Resolution and Integrity Applications
G. Lalgudi Gopalakrishnan, H.
Boomkamp, J. Feltens
Telespazio VEGA Deutschland Gmbh (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

12:10

A Context-Aware GNSS Multipath Compensation Algorithm based on Pattern Recognition Approaches
N. Sokhandan Asl, A.
Broumandan, G. Lachapelle
University of Calgary (Canada)
Paper I Presentation

11:10

 

Session 5B: M1 : Clock Development and Use

Room 2
Chair: Dr. Andreas Bauch

The programme on this day runs in parallel sessions in Rooms 1 and 2

11:10

 

High Stability Double-modulation CPT Cesium Compact Clock
P. Jun, S. Mejri, F. Tricot, E. de Clercq, S. Guerandel
Observatoire de Paris (France)
Paper I Presentation

11:30

 

MuClock: a Commercial Cold Atom Clock for Ground Applications
J. F. Schaff1, R. Szmuk2, M. Langlois2, L. de Sarlo2, D. Holleville2, N.
Dimarcq2, B. Desruelle1
1
Muquans (France),
2SYRTE, Observatoire de Paris, PSL Research University, CNRS, Sorbonne Universités, UPMC Univ. Paris 06, LNE (France)
Paper I Presentation

11:50

 

Towards a Highly Compact Rb Atomic Clock with Improved Stability for Space Applications
C. Affolderbach, M. Gharavipour, S. Kang, F. Gruet, G. Mileti
University of Neuchatel (Switzerland)
Paper I Presentation

12:10

Stable Clocks for Precise Orbit Determination and Navigation
T. Romanyuk, U.
Hugentobler
TUM (Germany)
Paper I Presentation

12:30

ESA / Local

12:45

CLOSE COLLOQUIUM

 

 


Poster Sessions

P01

Evaluation of Possibilities of Using Precise Point Positioning Method to Determine Orthometric Heights
G. Krzan, K. Dawidowicz, K. Świątek
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)
Paper I Poster

P02

Reliable Receiver Quality Assessment by Means of a Record and Playback System
D. Spiegel, U. Becker
Technical University of Braunschweig (Germany)
Paper I Poster

P03

Improved MSTID Modelling and Impact on Precise GNSS Processing
M. Hernandez – Pajares1, P. Wielgosz2, J. Paziewski3, A. Krypiak-Gregorczyk2, K. Stepniak2,
J. Bosy3, J. Kaplon3, T. Hadas3,R. Orus-Perez4, E. Monte-Moreno5, H. Yang5, A. García-Rigo1, G. Olivares-Pulido1
1
UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 2UWM (Poland), 3WUELS (Poland), 4ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands), 5UPC (Spain)
Paper I Poster

P04

NWM Forecast Monitoring with (Near) Real-time GNSS Tropospheric Products
J. Dousa1, P. Krc2,M. Elias1 , K. Eben1, J. Resler1
1Geodetic Observatory Pecny, RIGTC (Czech Republic), 2Institute of Computer Science, Academy of Sciences (Czech Republic)
Paper I Poster

P05

An Evaluation of Multi-GNSS Zenith Tropospheric Delay Products based on Real-time Satellite Products
W. Ding1, K. E. Abraha1, F. N. Teferle1, D. Laurichesse2
1
University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg), 2CNES - Centre National d'Etudes Spatiales(France)
Paper I Poster

P06

Seismo-Ionospheric Imaging: the Multi-GNSS Revolution
L. Rolland
Geoazur (France)
Paper I Poster

P07

Evaluation of CODE Multi-GNSS Clock Solution
E.O. Orliac1, L. Prange1, R. Dach1, D. Arnold1, G. Beutler1, S. Schaer2,A. Jaeggi1
1
AIUB - Astronomical Institute of University of Bern (Switzerland), 2Swisstopo (Switzerland
Paper I Poster

P08

GNSS Time Transfer: Multiple Techniques for Antenna Cable Delay Measurement
P. U. Uhrich1, G. D. Rovera1, M. Abgrall1, M. Siccardi2
1
LNE-SYRTE Observatoire de Paris (France), 2SKK ELectronics (France)
Paper I Poster

P09

Broadband Two-way Satellite Time and Frequency Transfer and GNSS for Optical Clock Comparison
F. Riedel1, E. Benkler1, J. Leute1, D. Piester1, J. Achkar2, P. Delva2, I. Sesia3, G. Cerretto3, P. Defraigne4, P. Whibberley5, S. Shemar5 , H. S. Margolis5
1
Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Germany), 2LNE-SYRTE / Observatoire de Paris, LNE, CNRS, UPMC (France), 3Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (Italy), 4Royal Observatory Belgium (Belgium),
5National Physical Laboratory (United Kingdom)
Paper I Poster

P10

GNSS-based Frequency Comparison of Yb-171 Ion Optical Clocks at PTB and NPL
J. Leute1, N. Huntemann1, B. Lipphardt1, C. Tamm1, P. B. R. Jones2,R. M. Godun2, J. M. Jones2, S. A. King2,H. S. Margolis2, P. Whibberley2, A. Wallin3, M. Merimaa3, P. Gill2, E. Peik1
1
PTB - Physikalisch-Technische Bundesanstalt (Germany), 2National Physical Laboratory (United Kingdom), 3VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland ltd (Finland)
Paper I Poster

P11

Benefits from GNSS Receiver Clock Modeling for Low Earth Orbiters
C. Wallat, S. Schön
L
eibniz Universität Hannover (Germany)
Paper I Poster

P12

Real-time Global Ionospheric Modelling from GNSS Data with RT-TOMION Model: Actual Performances, Comparisons and Potential Improvements
D. Roma – Donase1, J. M. Gomez-Cama 1, M. Hernández – Pajares2, A. García-Rigo 2
1Dept. Electronics, Faculty of Physics, UB (Spain), 2UPC-IonSAT (Spain)
Paper I Poster

P13

SEPsFLAREs Prediction System for the Anticipation of Space Weather Events Affecting Ionosphere and GNSS Satellite Systems
A. García-Rigo1, M. Núñez2, R. Qahwaji3,O. Ashamari3, M. Hernández-Pajares4,P. Jiggens5, G. Pérez4, A. Hilgers5
1
UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 2Space Weather Group, University of Malaga (UMA) (Spain), 3Space Weather Research Group, Bradford University (UoB) (United Kingdom), 4UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 5ESA Space Environments & Effects section (TEC-EES), ESA-ESTEC (The Netherlands)
Paper I Poster

P14

MONITOR Assessment of St. Patrick’s Day 2015 Geomagnetic Storm Impact on EGNOS
M. Hernandez – Pajares1, R. Prieto-Cerdeira2,Y. Beniguel3, A. García-Rigo4,J. Kinrade3, K. Kauristie5,R. Orus-Perez2, S. Schlueter6, D. Serant7,B. Nava8,A. Krankowski9, H. Secretan10, R. Sampedro11, X. Prats12
1
UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 2ESA/ESTEC (The Netherlands), 3IEEA (France), 4UPC-IonSAT (Spain), 5Finnish Meteorological Inst.(Finland), 6ESA/EPO (France), 7Thales Alenia Space/France(France), 8ICTP (Italy), 9University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland), 10CNES (France), 11UPC (Spain), 12UPC/Icarus (Spain)
Paper I Poster

P15

Influence of Real-time Products Latency on Kinematic PPP Results
A. Martin1, T. Hadas2,A. Dimas1, A. B. Anquela1, J. L. Berne1
1Technical University of Valencia (Spain), 2Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences(Poland)
Paper I Poster

P16

Effects of Changing the Antenna Phase Center Calibration Model in Sub-daily Position Time Series
K. Dawidowicz, G. Krzan , R. Baryla, J. Rapinski
University of Warmia and Mazury (Poland)
Paper I Poster

P17

A Study on Selected Aspects of GPS and Galileo Observation Integration in Precise Positioning
J. Paziewski, P. Wielgosz, R. Sieradzki, M. Krukowska
University of Warmia and Mazury in Olsztyn (Poland)
Paper I Poster

P18

Signal Obstructions at GNSS Stations: Benefits From Multi-GNSS Observations
K. E. Abraha1, F. N. Teferle1, A. Hunegnaw1, R. Dach2
1
University of Luxembourg (Luxembourg), 2Astronomical Institute, University of Bern (Switzerland)
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