[unav_all] IGS Real-Time Service officially launched
Steve Fisher (IGS Central Bureau)
sfisher at igs.org
Tue Apr 2 07:39:59 MDT 2013
As Chairman of the IGS Governing Board I am pleased to announce the launch of the IGS Real-Time Service (RTS). Through RTS, the IGS introduces its capability to support high precision applications requiring access to low latency IGS products. The RTS is a global scale GNSS orbit and clock correction service that enables real-time precise point positioning (PPP) and related applications. The service uses the IGS global infrastructure of real-time network stations, data centers and analysis centers. The RTS is currently GPS-only and is offered in beta for the development and testing of applications. GLONASS will be added to the service before the end of 2013 and is initially provided as an experimental product.
The RTS is operated as a public service and users are offered free access through subscription. If you are interested in becoming a user or if you wish to learn more about RTS you are invited to visit the service's web page at "rts.igs.org".
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