Ten years of establishment of the satellite reference station system EUPOS in Central and Eastern Europe

Wiesław Graszka, Gerd Rosenthal, Janusz Śledziński


The European Project EUPOS (European Position Determination System) was successfully initiated ten years ago, in March 2002, at the Berlin conference organised by the Berlin Senate Department of Urban Development. The project consists in establishment of multifunctional satellite reference stations in Central and Eastern European countries. As in April 2012 20 European and West Asiatic countries intend to participate in the project. One common project standard set is observed by all countries. The system will use as main satellite signal the signal of the system Galileo as soon as this system is available. The network of reference stations provides signals for both positioning of the geodetic control points and for land, air and marine navigation. Several levels of positioning accuracy are offered. In the presentation there will given some details concerning organisation of the project, up to now gained experiences and cooperation with other scientific organisations.

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