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The overall goal of the GMSM project is to advance the use of soil moisture services based on METOP ASCAT and complementary satellite systems, most importantly SMOS and ENVISAT ASAR, by extending existing products developed at I.P.F. TU Vienna to Africa and Australia, for which extensive calibration and validation activities will be carried out and novel water hazards applications will be developed by the project consortium.
GMSM II was the follow-up of the GMSM activity performed within ASAP 6. It was launched to advance the use of soil moisture services based on EUMETSAT’s MetOp ASCAT sensor and complementary satellite systems. The GMSM II project has successfully accomplished major achievements towards this goal.
GNSS-MET - Rapid Delivery of Tropospheric Wet Delays Based on GNSS Observations for Weather Forecast
The aim of the project is to provide GNSS based measurements of the tropospheric water vapour content to be used within the INCA system.
GNSSMET-AUSTRIA - GNSS based determination of atmospheric humidity changes and their assimilation into operational weather forecast systems
In the framework of project GNSSMET AUSTRIA the wet part of the tropospheric delay is estimated with a temporal resolution of one hour and an accuracy of better than +/- 1mm PW based on observations of a GNSS reference network covering more than 30 stations distributed over the whole Austrian territory. These values are assimilated within the ALADIN-Austria model operated at the Central Institute for Meteorology and Geodynamics (ZAMG).
3D ground based GNSS Atmospheric Tomography
Machine learning as the basis for smarter navigation algorithms?
Enhanced GNSS tropospheric delay parameters for nowcasting applications
The satellite gravity mission GOCE (Gravity Field and Steady-State Ocean Circulation Explorer), the first core mission of ESA’sLiving Planet Programme, strives for a high-accuracy, high-resolution model of the Earth’s gravity field.
GOCOnAUT - Combined High-resolution Global Gravity Field Model from Satellite Gravity Missions GOCE, GRACE and CHAMP, Complemented by Terrestrial Gravity, Altimetry and SLR Data
The main objective of the project GOCOnAUT is the generation of high-resolution global gravity field models by combining data from the satellite gravity missions GOCE, GRACE and CHAMP with complementary gravity field information represented by terrestrial and air-borne data, satellite altimetry, and satellite laser ranging.
The project aims at designing and developing software modules for a navigation receiver for space applications complements and at developing the so-called Innovative Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Receiver.
Stellar Granulation in Photometric Data: Properties, Predictions an an Analysis Tool for CHEOPS
GRAS is a simulation and verification tool to support satellitepositioning and navigation technology and to particularly demonstrate the expected Galileo system and service characteristics at selected Points of Interest (POI) in the urban area.
Gravity field of the Moon from radio science tracking and inter-satellite measurements of the GRAIL spacecraft
GNSS Risk and Service Monitoring
The goal of this project is to design and develop basic components for a generic, state-of-the-art Monitoring and Control (M&C) System for monitoring and controlling both hardware equipment and running software applications.
The aim of GUSTAV is to develop a prototypical systems-platform as a basic information server used in case of natural catastrophically events. New tools will be created and tested.
Combination/Augmentation of Galileo and LEO Satellites (Iridium NEXT)
The aim of the project GeGS-TTMS is the provision of a generic uplink interface supporting different base-band equipments.
High resolution spaceborne studies of mass balance processes on glaciers of the Khumbu Himal, Nepal