Report on the Symposium of the IAG Subcommission for Europe (EUREF) held in Budapest, Hungary, 29 - 31 May 2013

Opening Session

Chair: Ambrus Kenyeres

   Participant List

 

Welcome by State Secretary, Ministry of Rural Development

G. Poprády

Welcome by Director General, Institute of Geodesy, Cartography and Remote Sensing

B. Toronyi

Welcome by the President IAG sub-commission 1.3 "Regional Reference Frames"

J. Torres

 

 

 

Welcome by the Chairman of  IAG sub-commission 1.3a "European Reference Frames"

J. Ihde

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Welcome by the Secretary of  IAG sub-commission 1.3a "European Reference Frames"

A. Caporali

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The activities of the EUREF Technical Working Group

C. Bruyninx

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Session 1

GNSS Now - Bigger, Better, Faster

Chairs: Rolf Dach, Wolfgang Söhne

     

1.1 - Real-Time and Multi-GNSS – Key Projects of the International GNSS Service (invited)

U. Hugentobler

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1.2 - Experiences with IGS MGEX data analysis at CODE

L- Prangue

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1.3 - The EUREF Permanent Network (EPN): Status and Strategy

C. Bruyninx

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1.4 - Benefits of double stations in permanent GNSS networks

E. Brockmann

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1.5 - Update of EUREF GNSS Analysis to Bernese SW V5.2: New Features and Impact on Results

S. Schaer

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1.6 - Integer Ambiguity Resolution for Precise Point Positioning (invited)

P. Henkel

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1.7 - Real-Time applications of the International GNSS Service (IGS) Multi-GNSS Experiment (MGEX) – initial Galileo results

W. Söhne

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1.8 - Analysis of the transformed clocks approach for dealing with scale-induced bias in the generation of ETRS89 clock and orbit corrections to broadcast ephemeris

L. Huisman

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1.9 - Exploitation of the new IGS Real-Time Products for GNSS Meteorology

R. Pacione

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1.10 - Alberding GNSS data management & monitoring tools (Commercial)

T. Horváth

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Session 2

GNSS for Earth Sciences
Chairs: Carine Bruyninx, Rosa Pacione

     

2.1 - On the impact of ground-based GNSS data in European meteorology (invited)

H. Vedel

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2.2 - COST ES1206: Advanced GNSS Tropospheric Products for Monitoring Extreme Weather Events and Climate

J. Jones

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2.3 - Advanced GNSS troposphere products for monitoring severe weather events and climate - plan of Polish participation in COST ES1206

J. Bosy

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2.4 - The New Leica GNSS Reference Server GR25 (commercial)

N. Demoegen

   

2.5 - Joining efforts and creating opportunities toward an effective integration of GNSS data in Europe: the EPOS vision and strategic approach (invited)

D. Bailo

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2.6 - Geodesy in EPOS - a status report

M. Lidberg

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2.7 - Modeling surface GPS velocities in the Southern and Eastern Alps by finite dislocations at crustal deformation

A. Caporali

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2.8 - Recent Crustal Deformation and Seismicity in Southern Bavaria revealed by GNSS observations

C. Voelksen

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2.9 - Optimization of data exchange and energy consumption for dense networks of GPS receivers

L. Benoit

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Session 3

ETRS89: Present and Future
Chairs: Ambrus Kenyeres, Martin Lidberg

   

3.1 - Preparation for the ITRF2013 (invited)

Z. Altamimi

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3.2 - EPN Densification Based on the Integration of the National Active GNSS Networks

A. Kenyeres

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3.3 - First steps and tests in the development of an EUREF Velocity Model

H. Steffen

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3.4 - Towards a Dense Velocity Field for Central Europe

A. Caporali

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3.5 - Dealing with significant differential tectonic plate velocities within an RTK-network: The case of HEPOS

M. Gianniou

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3.6 - New results of the velocity field in Greece by an automatic process of a permanent GPS network

M. Chatzinikos

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3.7 - Deformation Field Analysis with Least Squares (LS) Using very high resolution satellite Images Correlatio

N. Khelofi

   


Session 4

Development of ETRS89 and EVRS for Geo-information Applications

Chair: Elmar Brockmann

     

4.1 - Initiative European Legislation and programmes relevant to Geodesy (invited)

D. Lovell

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4.2 - Theoretical and practical aspects of realization of ETRS89 in Poland

M. Ryczywolski

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4.3 - Extensions and Upgrades of ETRF2000 in Italy

A. Caporali

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Session 5

Height and Gravity
Chair: Markku Poutanen

     

5.1 - Validation and Unification of national height reference frames in Europe (invited)

G. Liebsch

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5.2 - Modernization of the German height reference frame – first results

M. Sacher

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5.3 - Height and gravity changes due to glacial isostatic adjustment

H. Steffen

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5.4 - The effect of the anomalous gravity field on horizontal coordinate

G. Papp

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5.5 - A combined geoid model for Hungary based on the spectral properties of gravity related data

E. Szücs

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Session 6

National Reports
Chair: Gunter Stangl, Jan Krynski

     

6.01 - National Report of Austria

N. Höggerl, E. Imrek, D. Ruess, G. Stangl, E. Zahn, H.-P. Ranne

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6.02 - National Report of Belgium

P. Voet et al.

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6.03 - National Report of Croatia

M. Marjanovic, M. Premuzic, M. Ciprija

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6.04 National Report of the Czech Republic

J. Simek et al.

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6.05 - National Report of Denmark

K. Keller, M. Weber

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6.06 - National Report of Estonia

P. Pihlak et al.

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6.07 - National Report of Finland

P. Häkli et al.

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6.08 - National Report of France

A. Duret

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6.09 - National Report of Georgia

G. Hahubia

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6.10 - National Report of Germany

J. Ihde, C.-H. Jahn

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6.11 - National Report of Great Britain

M. Greaves

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6.12 - National Report of Greece

M. Gianniou, D. Mastoris

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6.13 - National Report of Hungary

P. Braunmmülle

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6.14 - National Report of Ireland

C. Bruton

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6.15National Report of Italy

L. Baroni

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6.16 - National Report of Latvia

I. Aleksejenko

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6.17 - National Report of Lithuania

E. Parseliunas, T. Ladukas, J. Spuraite, J. Kalantaite, D. Slikas, A. Buga

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6.18 - National Report of Macedonia

B. Stojanovska

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6.19 - National Report of the Netherlands

L. Huisman, R. Broekman, H. van der Marel

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6.20National Report of Northern Ireland

G. Bell, P. Downie

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6.21National Report of Norway

O. Vestol

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6.22 - National Report of Poland

J. Krynski, J.B. Rogowski

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6.23 - National Report of Slovakia

B. Droscak, D. Ferianc, E. Benova, M. Rohacek

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6.24 - National Report of Slovenia

K. Medved, S. Berk, B. Stopar

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6.25 - National Report of Spain

A. Barbadillo, M.A. Cano, P. Gonzalo, J.A. Sanchez, M. Valdés

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6.26 - National Report of Sweden

C. Kempe et al.

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6.27 - National Report of Switzerland

E. Brockmann, D. Ineichen, M. Kistler, U. Marti, S. Schaer

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6.28 - National Report of Turkey

A. Cingöz

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Closing
Session

Chair: João Agria Torres

     

Resolutions

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Poster Presentations

     

P.01.01 - New RINEX file monitoring at CODE

S. Lutz

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P.01.02 - ANUBIS - Tool for monitoring and manipulating multi-GNSS observation and navigation data

P. Václavovic

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P.02.01 - E-GVAP-III

H. Vedel

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P.02.02 - Assessment of Strategies for Spatial Atmospheric Parameter Interpolations

E. Michal

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P.03.01 - Estimation of the influence of ASG-EUPOS stations coordinates stability on the ETRS89 realization

K. Szafranek

     

P.03.02 - Coordinate monitoring system of Polish permanent networks

A. Araszkiewicz

     

P.03.03 - Updating the geodetic frame for local static and dynamic GNSS networks in central Italy

F. Radicioni

     

P.03.04 - Comparision of intraplate strains measured by GPS with the local strain rates measured by quartz-tube extensometers in the Sopronbánfalva, Pécs and Bakonya observatories, Hungary

G. Mentes

     

P.04.01 - Geodetic-Geophysical Observatory Borowa Gora as an external data source in the European Project "Public digital geo-information resources - OGNIWO"

A. Moscicka

     

P.05.01 - The geoid in the area of Brunei and its relation with the local vertical datum

A. Liszwitz

     

P.05.02 - The GRACE signal correlation, strength reduction and modification as a result of a raw signal filtering with tropic and anisotropic filter

M. Birylo

     

P.05.03 - Evaluation of Estonian Geoid models using new GPS-levelling data

H. Jürgenson