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CORS Network. > 1,865 Stations 226 federal, state, local and academic partners Growth > 231 new stations in 2012 Updated Guidelines. CORS. CORS. CORS “Data Products” Page. Obtain Static Data Files for CORS Here. Provide Information about your Project. Enter your custom requests.

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Cors network

CORS Network

  • > 1,865 Stations

  • 226 federal, state, local and academic partners

  • Growth > 231 new stations in 2012

  • Updated Guidelines


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CORS


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CORS


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CORS “Data Products” Page

Obtain Static Data Files for CORS Here


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Provide Information about your Project


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Enter your custom requests


Cdot cors opus team

CDOT CORS/OPUS Team

  • To incorporate CORS and OPUS into the CDOT Survey Manual

  • Presented to SAC on Feb 15, 2012

  • Proposed Addendum

  • Recommendations


Cdot cors opus team1

CDOT CORS/OPUS Team

Addendum


Online positioning user service opus

Online Positioning User Service (OPUS)

  • Users submit GPS data to NGS

  • Data is processed using NGS computers and software

  • Resulting precise positions e-mailed back to the user

  • Solutions up to 1-2 cms in accuracy provided by email

  • OPUS Rapid Static - 15 minutes of data vs. 2-4 hours

http://geodesy.noaa.gov/OPUS/


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yourGPS data

IGS & NGS base stations & site information filesIGS antenna calibrations & satellite orbits & reference frames

UNAVCO teqc converterPAGES baseline processor

var. geophysical models

NGS geodetic toolkit

geodetic standard data

Online Positioning User Service OPUSgeodesy.noaa.gov/OPUS/

JGE 2011v1

yoursolution

options:

projects & publishing

mark description


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OPUS

  • OPUS – S (2 hrs)

  • OPUS – RS (15 minutes)

  • OPUS – DB (Publish)

  • OPUS – Projects (Network)


Opus submission webpage

OPUS Submission Webpage

Your email address

Location of your data file

Your antenna type

Antenna height

Customize your solution - details on next slide


New look and feel

New Look And Feel.

The Options button “accordions” to a streamlined set of menus and entry fields. No more jumping to a new page.


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OPTIONS

extended solution

in/

Exclude

CORS

SPC zone

geoid model

project

profile

publish

OPUS-RS or OPUS-Static

(15 min-2 hr) (2-48 hr)


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Online Positioning User Service (OPUS)

  • >15 min of L1/L2 GPS data >>> geodesy.noaa.gov/OPUS/

  • Processed automatically on NGS computers, tied to CORS

  • Solution via email - in minutes

  • Fast, easy, consistent access to NSRS


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Static: OPUS determines your position with a differential GPS static solution, using hours of data.

This process is repeated 4x from other CORS.

solution 2

CORS solution #1

solution 3

solution 4

solution 5


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solution 2

=

h

your position:averaged from the “best” 3 of 5 CORS solutions

f

CORS solution #1

l

=

=

solution 3

your peak-to-peaks:scaled from the spread of the 3 CORS solutions

solution 5

=

=

solution 4


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Rapid-static: OPUS first creates an atmospheric delay model from surrounding CORS data.

Your position is then quickly determined by differential GPS static solution.


How is the antenna height measured

ARP

MARK

  • The height is measured vertically (NOT the slant height) from the mark to the ARP of the antenna.

  • The height is measured in meters.

  • The ARP is almost always the center of the bottom-most, permanently attached, surface of the antenna.

  • See GPS Antenna Calibration for photo’s and diagrams that show where the ARP is on most antennas:

  • http://geodesy.noaa.gov/ANTCAL/

  • If the default height of 0.0000 is entered, OPUS will return the position of the ARP.

How is the Antenna Height Measured?


Why do i need the antenna type

phase ctr.

Why Do I Need the Antenna Type?

The antenna phase centers are located somewhere around here.

The antenna offsets are the distance between the phase centers and the ARP

ARP

You do not need to know these offsets. They are passed to the processing software through the antenna type

The Antenna Reference Point (ARP) is almost always located in the center of the bottom surface of the antenna.

Incorrect or missing antenna type big vertical errors


Ngs antenna calibration relative vs absolute gnss antenna calibration

relative

absolute

NGS Antenna Calibration –Relative vs. Absolute GNSS Antenna Calibration

2 hours

GPS tracking


Opus static vs rapid static

OPUS Static vs. Rapid Static


How does opus rs work

How Does OPUS-RS Work?

  • OPUS-RS selects three to nine “best” CORS based upon:

    • Having common satellite visibility with the user data.

    • Having distances from the user’s site <250 km.

  • This is shown here graphically. The star represents the user’s site. The triangles are CORS.

  • No CORS farther than 250 km from the user’s site will be included.

  • The three CORS minimum is shown.No more than nine are used.

  • s

    >250km

    250km

    Choi, 2010, personal communication.


    How does opus rs work1

    How Does OPUS-RS Work?

    In addition, user’s site must be no more than 50 km from the (convex) polygon created by the selected CORS.

    Again in this figure, the star represents the user’s site; the

    triangles are CORS. Five CORS and their resulting polygon are shown in this example.

    If the user’s site, the star, is more than 50 km outside this polygon, alternate CORS will be considered.

    If none can be found, the processing will abort.

    Schwarz et al., “Accuracy assessment of the National Geodetic Survey's OPUS-RS utility”, 2009, GPS Solutions, 13(2), 119-132.


    Opus rs coverage in colorado

    OPUS-RS Coverage in Colorado


    How good can i do with opus s

    How Good Can I Do With OPUS-S?

    More generally, Eckl et al. (NGS) preformed a similar but more extensive test using the same software but outside OPUS.

    Eckl et al., 2001, “Accuracy of GPS-derived relative positions as a function of interstation distance and observing-session duration”, J. of Geod. 75, 633-640).

    Their results provide a good “rule of thumb” for accuracy versus session duration when using OPUS-S and in many other applications.


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    5,000++ OPUS-Published Solutions

    April 2012


    Opus db published solutions

    OPUS-DB Published Solutions


    Why opus db

    Why OPUS-DB

    • A new easier way to capture data and have it in an NGS database

    • Help populate Ellipsoidal Heights on Bench Marks, help with Geoid models and future vertical datums

    • To the extent (?) they've bluebooked in the past, they can continue into the future more easily.

    • If they are running RTK, this would help determine base station position and document where it was used, assuming they left a permanent mark.

    • Changeover to new datums; either we maintain the data or user does for highest accuracy, but models will be available for bringing old coordinates forward.


    Marks published

    Marks Published.

    OPUS

    is showing steady growth in registered users and published marks.


    Ngs data sheets

    NGS Data Sheets

    Traditional

    blue booking

    New

    OPUS-DB


    Opus db requirements

    OPUS DB Requirements

    Field Procedures

    • GPS data file ≥ 4 hour duration

    • quality mark setting

    • experienced observer

    • fixed height tripod recommended

    • brace tripod legs with sandbags or chain

    • verify antenna height and plumb


    Opus db requirements1

    OPUS DB Requirements

    High-Quality OPUS Solution

    • ≥ 70% observations used

    • ≥ 70% ambiguities fixed

    • ≤ 3 cm RMS

    • ≤ 4 cm peak-to-peaks, lat. & lon.

    • ≤ 8 cm peak-to-peak, el. hgt.

    • properly identify antenna type

    • precise or rapid orbits (avail. next day)


    Opus db requirements2

    OPUS DB Requirements

    Mark Attributes

    • photos of mark & equipment

    • details (name, type, stability, etc.)

    • description to aid mark recovery

    • preview mark description form& help file


    Opus db requirements3

    OPUS-DB Requirements


    Issues to consider

    Issues to Consider

    • Site

      • instability, multi-path

      • mark ID (search database, check stamping)

    • Weather

      • wild, local troposphere issues?

      • space weather: ionospheric issues?

    • “Truth” (orbits, CORS, etc.)

      • Rapid (next-day) orbits required for publishing


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    Federal Geospatial Summit


    Interface

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    Interface

    The user is taken to a new page where they designate the mark associated with their data as “new” or “recovered”.


    Interface existing mark designation

    Interface - “Existing” mark designation

    After making that selection, the user is offered the appropriate form for entering the meta-data.


    Interface new mark designation

    Interface - “New” mark designation


    Review

    Review

    If the meta-data is complete, the quality control restrictions are met and the user gives the “OK”, the submission is entered into the data base after review by NGS.


    Opus db solutions

    43

    OPUS-DB Solutions

    http://geodesy.noaa.gov/OPUS/view.jsp


    Interface1

    45

    Interface

    This is part of a published

    data sheet.

    Note the “See Also” highlight.

    Note the “See Also” highlight. This provides access to other data base and IDB entries for this mark.


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    OPUS –

    Datasheet Publishing

    • Publishing Criteria:

    • NGS-calibrated GPS antenna

    • > 4 hour data span

    • > 70% observations used

    • > 70% fixed ambiguities

    • < 0.04m H peak-to-peak

    • < 0.08m V peak-to-peak

    • Uses:

      • GPS on BMs

      • PLSS / GCDB

      • Data archive

      • Data sharing


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    Orthometric Height Comparison

    871.746 m Published NAVD88

    871.800 m OPUS GEOID09

    0.054 m (0.18 ft) Difference


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    • OPUS-projects:

    • first, run OPUS to harvest all project data

    • OPUS automatically forms sessions from simultaneously observed marks, allowing multi-baseline processing and adjustment of multiple sessions.


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    GNSS

    • What’s happening now?

    • Schenewerk is extending the PAGES suite to handle GLONASS and other GNSS.

    • GLONASS PAGES will be able to process integer-fixed or float GPS and float GLONASS separately or together.

    • The software is literally an extension of PAGES which has been proven in a variety of operational tasks.


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