UNB’s PPP Software Centre v2.0 Beta Now Available

June 17, 2015  - By
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The PPP Software Centre, an email-based Online PPP comparison utility hosted by the University of New Brunswick, is once again functioning with its release of version 2.0 Beta following an extended hiatus while being rewritten.

The centre is a convenient method for the GNSS community to compare results from several online precise point positioning services. For a more detailed description, including submission instructions, see the homepage at http://www2.unb.ca/gge/Resources/PPP/.

Note that the report has changed slightly, adding additional features, including final static position estimates tabulated in both Cartesian and geodetic coordinate systems; the name of the Cartesian system (and its epoch); and featuring a so-called Subject Line Interface, allowing advanced users some additional control over the centre’s behavior. This last feature may see some future expansion.

The centre invites feedback on the utility.

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