Last July, SEGAL collaborated with CENACARTA (National Mapping Agency of Mozambique) to re-observe the geodetic pillars that were initially observed in 1995 and 1996 to compute MozNet94, the first geocentric datum computed for Mozambique.
Two GNSS Stations were installed last April in the Democratic Republic of Congo, in a collaboration between SEGAL, Boston College (U.S.), U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory, University of Kinshasa, and the University of Kisangani.
The data provided by these stations will play an important role in the success of some active projects.
With the total collaboration of the Mauritius Meteorological Services, which is hosting the station at Port Mathurin, Rui Fernandes went to Rodrigues where he performed an upgrade on the RDRG station (installed in 2007 in collaboration with HartRAO, South Africa). Continue reading “RDRG Permanent Station upgraded”