REFERENCE FRAME IN PRACTISE SEMINAR

20 - 21 APRIL 2019 at Intercontinental Landmark 72

Two combined technical seminars will be held. The Reference Frames in Practive (RFIP) seminar will be held the first day, while the Building European Links toward South East Asia in the field of EGNSS (BELS+) seminar will be on the second day. The RFIP will provide the international context for many global and Asia-Pacific regional geodetic initiatives as well as overviews of reference frames with multiple national case studies to highlight how different countries are implementing these global initiatives. The BELS+ seminar will provide Training and Awareness to surveyors through the South East Asia region on the use of GNSS tools and data, including a discussion focused on activities at the Research Centre in Vietnam.

Registration

The fee for the two day event is 120 EUR.

To register, please go to - www.fig.net/fig2019/registration.htm

ICG Funding:

ICG are kindly providing financial assistance for eligible participants, with preference given to participants from developing countries. Financial assistance will only cover travel costs, and will NOT include costs such as accommodation, travelling allowance for food / beverages, etc. The organisers will decide on who will be sponsored. Please send your application to Kevin Ahlgren (kevin.ahlgren@noaa.gov) and Dan Roman (dan.roman@noaa.gov) as soon as possible, but not later than 14 March 2019. In your application please provide a business case as to why you should be given ICG financial assistance as well as an estimate of the amount of assistance (cost of flight tickets) you are seeking.

Preliminary programme

 

SATURDAY 20 APRIL

Reference Frame in Practise

 


08:30-10:00

Welcome and Opening Remarks
Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuan (VGCR), Dr. Daniel Roman (FIG),  Baerbel Deisting (bav)  and Gabriella Povero (LINKS)

Session 1: International Geodesy Initiatives and Geodetic Infrastructure

ICG at UN
Ms. Sharafat Gadimova, United Nations Office for Outer Space Affairs

UN-GGIM-AP
Mr. Basara Miyahara, GSI, MLIT, Japan

  10:00-11:30 Coffee Break
  10:30-12:00
Session 2: Introduction to Reference Frames

Introduction Geodetic Reference Frame Theory
Mr. Nic Donnelly, Land Information New Zealand

Introduction Vertical Reference Frames
Mr. David Avalos, INEGI, Mexico

Reference Frames, Datum Transformations and GIS
Mr. Richard Stanaway, UNSW Sydney

  12:00-13:00 Lunch
  13:00-14:30
Session 3: Case Studies 1

Case Study of Vietnam
Mr. Nguyen Ngoc Tuan, VGCR, Vietnam

Case Study of Japan
Mr. Basara Miyahara, GSI, MLIT, Japan

Case Study of USA
Dr. Kevin Ahlgren, NOAA, USA

  14:30-15:00 Coffee Break
  16:00-17:30
Session 4: Case Studies 2

Preliminary Study on 3D Reference Frames for the Russian Federation
Dr. Leonid Lipatnikov, Siberian State University of Geosystems and Technology

Case Study of New Zealand
Mr. Nic Donnelly, Land Information New Zealand

Re-establishment of the PNG94 geodetic datum and vertical reference system in the Papua New Guinea oilfields after the Mw 7.5 earthquake on 26th February 2018
Mr. Richard Stanaway, UNSW Sydney

  16:30-17:00 Break
  17:00-18:30

Sponsor Presentations and RFIP Closing Remarks

 
 

SUNDAY 21 APRIL

BELS+ European GNSS Solutions for Surveyors

 
 


The BELS+ Training day is a course on Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS) data processing which focusses on the suverying domain. The training covers in detail in the study of the concepts and techniques used in the high-accuracy positioning by means of GNSS. The theoretical foundations for Standard and Precise Point Positioning (SPP, PPP) are presented, focusing in the instrumental use of the concepts and techniques of GNSS navigation. In particular, the different terms involved in modelling the code pseudoranges and carrier-phase measurments (relativistic effects, atmospheric propagation effects at troposphere/ionosphere, instrumental delays, clock synchronism, etc.). The processing algorithms are discussed in detail and implemented through guided exercises in the laboratory session based on the ESA/UPC GNSS Laboratory tool suite (gLAB), where the impact of the modelling accuracy is assessed in the positionin domain.

Also during the training course, participants can practice with NAVISIM – a Softwared Defined Radio GNSS signal generator – which can be used in laboratory for testing and validating the operation of GNSS receivers in different harsh real-world scenarios, as well as for training GNSS users (surveyors). 

 
 


08:30-10:00


Introduction to BELS +
B. Deisting (bav)

Introduction to Galileo and its services
G. Povero (LINKS)

Overview of positioning techniques and code pseudorange modelling
A. Rovira (UPC)

 
  10:00-10:30 Coffee Break  
  10:30-12:00 Precise Point Positioning with carrier phase
A. Rovira (UPC)
 
  12:00-13:00 Lunch  
  13:00-14:30 GNSS Data Processing Laboratory Exercises with gLAB
A. Rovira (UPC), NAVIS
 
  14:30-15:00 Coffee Break  
  15:00-16:30 NAVISIM introduction and demo
NAVIS


 
  16:30-17:00 Coffee Break  
  17:00-17:30 EU Companies pithces