The free ocean tide loading provider, endorsed by the International Earth Rotation Service, is a web-service used by groups all of the world to analyse their GNSS data. Continue reading “SEGAL improves free ocean tide loading provider”
Currently, SEGAL has more than 600 GNSS stations stored and processed on their servers.
From the 23rd to the 30th January 2013, SEGAL has installed the first joint GNSS station using a single antenna in collaboration with JPL (USA) and Boston College (USA), what shows the strengthening of the collaboration between the three institutions. Continue reading “Joint GNSS Station in Dakar”