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European CGSIC International SubCommittee Meeting. EUPOS - European network of multifunctional reference stations Janusz Sledzinski Prague, Czech Republic 14-15 March 2005. PROJECT EUPOS EUROPEAN POSITION DETERMINATION SYSTEM.

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European cgsic international subcommittee meeting

European CGSIC International SubCommittee Meeting

EUPOS - European network of multifunctional reference stations

Janusz Sledzinski

Prague, Czech Republic

14-15 March 2005


Project eupos european position determination system

PROJECT EUPOSEUROPEAN POSITION DETERMINATION SYSTEM

  • Project initiated by the Berlin Senate Department for Urban Development supported by the European Academy of the Urban Environment (EA.UE), Berlin, Germany;

  • A Founding (Steering) Committee was elected at the Conference in Berlin on 4-5 March 2002 to draw up the draft proposal of the European network to be established in the near future;

  • Project consists in establishment of the multifunctional reference GNSS stations in C&CE countries;

  • EUPOS network will contain about 420 stations in the area of 14 European countries.


International eupos steering committee

International EUPOS Steering Committee

  • Janis Balodis, Latvia

  • Arunas Buga, Lithuania

  • István Fejes, Hungary

  • Vladimir Gvozdev, Russian Federation

  • Peter Hankemeier, Germany

  • Katarina Leitmannová, Slovakia

  • Georgi Milev, Bulgaria,

  • Oleg Odalović, Serbia and Montenegro

  • Prit Pihlak, Estonia

  • Gerd Rosenthal, Germany (Chairman of the ISC)

  • Tiberiu Rus, Romania

  • Ural Samratov, Russian Federation

  • Jaroslav Šimek, Czech Republic

  • Janusz Śledziński, Poland

  • Gerhard Wübbena, Germany


Project eupos european position determination system1

PROJECT EUPOSEUROPEAN POSITION DETERMINATION SYSTEM


Conferences and workshops on eupos

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS ON EUPOS

** First Conference/workshop

“Multi-functional GNSS reference station system for Europe”

Berlin, Germany, 4-5 March 2002

** First Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Warsaw, Poland, 2-3 July 2002

** Second Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Sofia, Bulgaria, 6-7 November 2002

** Third Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Riga, Latvia, 10-11 June 2003

** Second Conference/workshop

“Multi-functional GNSS reference station system for Europe”

Berlin, Germany, 21-22 November 2003

** Fourth Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Berlin, Germany, 23 November 2003

** Fifth Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Bratislava, Slovakia, 18 -19 Juni 2004

** Sixth Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

Sofia, Bulgaria, 2-3 November 2004

** Seventh Conference of the EUPOS Steering Committee

scheduled for 11 April 2005, Prague, Czech Rep.


Concise characteristics of eupos 1

CONCISE CHARACTERISTICS OF EUPOS (1)

  • The EUPOS stations will be permanently operating, multifunctional DGNSS reference stations.

  • The average distance between the stations will be about 70 km. Higher density may be required in conurbation. Existing reference station systems (e.g. EUREF, IGS) should be connected or incorporated.

  • The coordinates of the stations will be determined with high precision, both in ETRS 89 and in conventional geodetic reference systems by connecting to EUREF points as well as to the other control networks of the countries.

  • EUPOS will use the signals of Galileo as basis standard as soon as it is available and GPS as basis standard up to the complete availability of Galileo and as optional additional standard after complete availability of Galileo; also System GLONASS will be used as optional additional standard.


Concise characteristics of eupos 2

CONCISE CHARACTERISTICS OF EUPOS (2)

  • Only high quality geodetic GNSS dual frequency receivers will be used at EUPOS® reference stations. Positions of reference station antennas will be checked regularly for anydisplacement

  • A common use of reference stations in neighbouring countries close to border areas will be taken into account. The reference stations will be networked with each other, even cross-border.

  • All participating countries will observe the unified standards or/and will build up their multi-functional systems fully compatible with future European system GALILEO.


Eupos sub services

EUPOS SUB-SERVICES

Permanent DGNSS service EUPOS will maintain the following sub-services:

  • EUPOS DGNSS for real time or post processing DGNSS applications by code and code-phase measurementswith metre up to sub-metre accuracy;

  • EUPOS RTK for real time DGNSS applications by carrier phase measurements with centimetre accuracy;

  • EUPOS Geodetic for DGNSS applications by phase measurements in static or kinematic mode with centimetre up to sub-centimetre accuracy.


Number of planned reference stations

NUMBER OF PLANNED REFERENCE STATIONS


European cgsic international subcommittee meeting

Planned and existing reference

EUPOS

stations


Russian stations of the project eupos

Russian stations of the projectEUPOS


Organisation

ORGANISATION

The management of the project EUPOS

is performed by:

  • International EUPOS Steering Committee(ISC),

  • National EUPOS Service Centres (NSC),

  • Workshops “EUPOS® – Multifunctional GNSS Reference Station Systems for Europe”.


Charter duties of the international eupos steering committee isc

Charter duties of the International EUPOS Steering Committee(ISC),

The main tasks of the ISC are:

  • coordination of the project actions and management,

  • agreements with the NSC and manufactures,

  • dissemination of information,

  • organisation of EUPOS workshops and symposia,

  • clarification of technical questions and standardisation,

  • organisation and coordination of software and hardware tests and support in training the technical staff


Charter duties of the national eupos service centre nsc

Charter duties of the National EUPOS Service Centre (NSC)

The main tasks of the NSC are:

  • planning, establishment and maintenance of the national EUPOS network

  • contact with the International EUPOS Steering Committee and its office,

  • coordination of the interests and the activities of the national authorities and other governmental bodies,

  • checking the integrity of the network, testing software and hardware in agreement with the International EUPOS Steering Committee and their own interests,

  • providing adequate information for the users about the status of the network,

  • organisation of educational and training courses for the technical staff and the users,

  • transferring the international development trends and contributes to the EUPOS developments.


Charter duties of the workshops on eupos

Charter duties of the Workshops on EUPOS

Workshops EUPOS will be organised by the International EUPOS Steering Committeeonce a year in Berlin as an information platform on a broader base

for

  • the necessary exchange of experiences and information,

  • to discuss and create further developments of EUPOS,

  • to increase the identification with the system.


Eupos vs galileo

EUPOS vs. Galileo

Expected advantages for Galileo:

  • Galileo gains a huge number of new users; more than 400 reference stations in 14 countries will work permanently using the Galileo system;

  • By EUPOS Galileo will transfer the reference system to all users in Central and Eastern Europe;

  • EUPOS will offer and guarantee the services of proper accuracy as recommended by the Galileo programme;

  • EUPOS stations could be integrated into Galileo programme. Some selected EUPOS stations could be incorporated to the Galileo ground control segment.


Eupos vs euref epn

EUPOS vs. EUREF EPN

  • EUPOS reference stations will be connected to the EUREF EPN;

  • The EUPOS stations will be related to the ETRF system and will transfer the ETRF to all Central and Eastern European countries;

  • Some selected EUPOS Processing Centres could serve as EPN Local Analysis Centres;

  • International EUPOS Steering Committee will establish close cooperation links with the IAG (EUREF) Sub-Commission for Europe of the IAG Commission X on Global and Regional Geodetic Networks.


Consultations

CONSULTATIONS

  • EuropeanCommission Brussels;

  • EU INTERREG IIIC East Joint Technical Secretariat, Vienna;

  • UN Office of Outer Space Affairs (OOSA), Vienna.


Ec consultations

EC CONSULTATIONS

  • POSITIVE ASSESSMENTS:

    • effective organisation and management of the project;

    • broad spectrum of services for geodesy and navigation;

    • EUPOS will use the signal of Galileo as basis standard as soon as it is available ;

    • 14 countries participate in the project;

    • project covers about 20% of the area of Europe;

    • very short time (about 3 years) of realisation of the project.


Ec consultations1

EC CONSULTATIONS

  • NEGATIVE ASSESSMENTS:

  • very high cost of the project

    (1st version about 900 stations  100 M Euro);

  • in the project participate countries that have different relations to the European Union;

  • EU SUGGESTIONS:

  • to reduce costs of the project by reducing number of stations;

  • to divide the project into some parts for group of countries that can use the same support of EC programmes (ETDF, ISPA, CARDS, TACIS, PHARE, INTERREG).


Support of the un office of outer space affairs oosa vienna

SUPPORT OF THE UN OFFICE OF OUTER SPACE AFFAIRS (OOSA), Vienna

  • EUPOS presented at the UN/USA Expert Meetings on the Use and Application of GNSS, organised by OOSA Vienna;

  • OOSA granted financial support for organisation of the conferences of the International EUPOS Steering Committee.


Interreg

INTERREG

Umbrella project prepared

EU INTERREG IIIC East Project

“EUPOS -IRC (InterRegional Cooperation)”

and submitted with the request for financial support of about € 1 100 000 to

INTERREG East Joint Secretariat in Vienna.


Interreg umbrella project eupos interregional cooperation

INTERREG UMBRELLA PROJECTEUPOS - InterRegional Cooperation

Participating countries:

Bulgaria

Czech Republic

Germany

Hungary

Latvia

Poland

Romania

Russia

Serbia and Montenegro


Interreg umbrella project eupos interregional cooperation1

INTERREG UMBRELLA PROJECTEUPOS - InterRegional Cooperation

COMPONENTS AND CHAIRMANSHIP

  • Management and Coordination (Germany);

  • Geoinformation in the Regional Context (Czech Republic);

  • EUPOS Competence Centres for Spatial Basis Infrastructures (Hungary);

  • Large-Scale Information Exchange and Training (Poland);

  • Planing Sustainable Multi-sectoral Geoinformation Applications, User Acquisition, Investment Preparation (Latvia).


Possible financial support from ec programmes

POSSIBLE FINANCIAL SUPPORT FROM EC PROGRAMMES:

  • ERDF - for EU member countries (Czech Rep., Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Slovakia, Slovenia),

  • ISPA - for EU candidate countries (Bulgaria, Romania),

  • CARDS – for West-Balkan countries (Bosnia and Herzegovina,

    Macedonia, Serbia and Montenegro),

  • TACIS– for the Russian Federation,

  • INTERREG III C – for Germanyas for the Coordinator

    of the Project and forumbrella project


Internet web pages

INTERNET WEB PAGES

Warsaw: www.eupos.org

(Responsible: J. Sledzinski)

Berlin: www.eupos.eu

(Responsible: G. Rosenthal)


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