Final program

Wednesday 12 June

 

8:30        REGISTRATION / REFRESHMENTS (Pearson Lobby)

9:00        WELCOME (Pearson Room)

Denis Hains, Natural Resources Canada

Mark Caissy, Natural Resources Canada for IGS

Sunil Bisnath, York University and Suelynn Choy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology for IAG

 

9:30        DISCUSSION 1: CURRENT STATE OF PPP AND REMAINING CHALLENGES

Moderator: Pierre Héroux, Natural Resources Canada

 

10:30     BREAK (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 1: USER SOLUTION MODELLING

Chair: Suelynn Choy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

 

11:00     Compatibility of Receiver Types for GLONASS Widelane Ambiguity Resolution

Simon Banville, Paul Collins, François Lahaye, Natural Resources Canada (Canada)

11:20     Ambiguity Resolution of Phase Measurements in Precise Point Positioning Working on Initial Frequencies

Alexander Povalyaev, Moscow Aviation Institute (Russian Federation), Andrey Podkorytov, Moscow Aviation Institute (Russian Federation), York University (Canada)

11:40     From Dual- to Triple-Frequency PPP: Method, Problems and Application in California

Jianghui Geng, Yehuda Bock, University of California San Diego (USA)

 

12:00     LUNCH  (Pearson Room)

 

SESSION 1: USER MODELLING (con’t)

13:00     Partial Ambiguity Resolution Method for Precise Point Positioning

Xiaohong Zhang, Pan Li, Wuhan University (China)

13:20     Single-Station Ionosphere Modelling for Precise Point Positioning

Paul Collins, Reza Ghoddousi-Fard, Simon Banville, François Lahaye, Natural Resources Canada (Canada)

13:40     Accelerating the Convergence of Trimble CenterPoint RTX Positioning by Using a Global Ionospheric Model

Herbert Landau, Xiaoming Chen, Ralf Drescher, Markus Glocker, Rodrigo Leandro, Trimble TerraSat GmbH (Germany)

 

14:00     BREAK (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 2: GEOSCIENCE APPLICATIONS

Chair: Anna Jensen, AJ Geomatics

 

14:30     An Updated Canadian GPS Velocity Field Using NRCan’s Precise Point Positioning (PPP) Software – Plans and Preliminary Results

Joseph Henton, Michael Craymer, Mike Piraszewski, Earl Lapelle, Natural Resources Canada (Canada)

14:50     Performance Evaluation of PPP and Long Range Baseline in Offshore Applications

Don Kim, University of New Brunswick (Canada), Christopher Griffith, Gemini Navsoft Technologies Inc (Canada), Bob Haagensen, Ocean Wireless Data Systems Inc (Canada), Sang Hyun Park, Deuk Jae Cho, Ki Yeol Seo, Korea Institute of Ocean Science and Technology (South Korea)

15:10     Real Time Stream Editor for PPP

Marcelo Santillan, Timothy Melbourne, Craig Scrivner, Walter Szeliga, Central Washington University (USA)

15:30     Activities at the Geological Survey of Canada in Real-time GPS for Tsunami Early Warning

Michael Schmidt, H Dragert, Y Lu, L Nykolaishen, J Henton, Natural Resources Canada (Canada)

 

16:10     GROUP PHOTOGRAPH (Hotel Lobby)

 

16:30     ICEBREAKER RECEPTION (Hotel Lobby)

 

18:30     DINNER (Summit Revolving Restaurant, Ottawa Marriott Hotel)

 

Thursday 13 June

 

8:30        REGISTRATION (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 3: PUBLIC PRODUCTS AND APPLICATION (Pearson Room)

Chair: Jorg Weber, Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG)

 

9:00        The development result of the ground infrastructure for Real time PPP experiment by using QZSS

Motoyuki Miyoshi, Satoshi Kogure, Shinishi Nakamura, Kaori Kawate, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, Hiroshi Soga, Yasutaka Hirahara, NEC Corp, Akio Yasuda, Tomoji Takasu, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan)

9:20        Evaluation of Precise Wide Area Differential GPS Positioning

Hyunho Rho, Richard Langley, University of New Brunswick (Canada)

9:40        The IGS Real-Time Service – Meeting the Needs of the IGS Real-Time PPP User Community

Mark Caissy, Natural Resources Canada (Canada), Loukis Agrotis, European Space Operations Centre, Germany (Georg Weber), Federal Agency for Cartography and Geodesy (BKG) (Germany), Steven Fisher, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (USA)

10:00     Verification of Real-Time IGS Products and Their Influence on Precise Point Positioning

Tomasz  Hadas, Jan Kaplon, Karina Wilgan, Jaroslaw Bosy, Jan Sierny, Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics (Poland)

 

10:20     BREAK (Pearson Lobby)

 

11:00     DISCUSSION 2: FUTURE OF GNSS PRODUCTS FOR PPP

Moderator: Mark Caissy, Natural Resources Canada

 

12:00     LUNCH (Pearson Room)

 

SESSION 4: USER SOLUTIONS

Chair: Herbert Landau, Trimble TerraSat

 

13:00     Initial BeiDou and Galileo PPP Results

Kees de Jong, Sebastien Levilly, Matthew Goode, Jing Guo, Xianglin Liu, Guanxing Wang, Fugro Intersite B V (The Netherlands)

13:20     Precise Point Positioning Utilising the Japanese Quasi-Zenith Satellite System (QZSS) LEX Corrections

Sue Lynn Choy, Ken Harima, Yong Li, RMIT University (Australia), Yaka Wakabayshi, Hiroaki Tateshita, Satoshi Kogure, Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (Japan), Chris Rizos, University of New South Wales (Australia)

13:40     An Industry Approach to Precise Point Positioning

D Calle, Alvaro Mozo, P Navarro, R Piriz, D Rodriguez, G Tobias, GMV (Spain)

 

14:00     BREAK (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 4: USER SOLUTIONS (con’t)

14:30     Multiple Constellation PPP with RTKLIB v.2.4.2

Tomoji Takasu, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology (Japan)

14:50     Nexteq PP-RTK Technology and Service for Global Centimeter Accuracy

Yufeng Zhang, Landon, Jianping, Suen, Nexteq Navigation (Canada)

15:10     Multi-Constellation Precise Point Positioning Including GPS, GLONASS, Galileo and BeiDou

Javier Tegedor, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Norway), T Melgard, Fugro Seastar, Norway, University of Calgary (Canada), O Øvstedal, Norwegian University of Life Sciences (Norway), E Vigen, Fugro Seastar (Norway)

 

15:30     DISCUSSION 3: FUTURE PPP USER SOLUTIONS

Moderator: Yang Gao, University of Calgary

 

18:00     DINNER (Fountain Room, National Arts Centre)

 

 

FRIDAY 14 JUNE – MORNING

 

8:30        REGISTRATION  (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 5: TIME TRANSFER APPLICATIONS  (Pearson Room)

Chair: François Lahaye, Natural Resources Canada

 

9:00        Using IGS Products for Near Real-Time Comparison of UTC(k)’s

Pascale  Defraigne, Q Baire, E Pottiaux, Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium)

9:20        TAI Time Links and Frequency Standards Comparison with PPP

Gérard  Petit, A Harmegnies, BIPM, A Kanj, BIPM/CNES (France)

9:40        Time and Frequency Transfer by PPP Technique / Calibrated PPP Time Transfer Among Time Scales Generated at Time and Frequency Laboratories

H Esteban, Royal Naval Observatory (Spain), Giancarlo Cerretto, Istituto Nazionale di Ricerca Metrologica (INRIM) (Italy) / R Piriz, David Valle, GMV, Spain, Giancarlo Cerreto, INRIM (Italy)

 

10:00     BREAK (Pearson Lobby)

 

SESSION 6: PPP POLICY

Chair: Sue Lynn Choy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology

 

10:30     National Positioning Infrastructure: Progress and Challenges for Australia

Grant Hausler, CRCSI / The University of Melbourne (Australia)

10:50     GNSS Precise Point Positioning – What are the Public and Industry Roles?

Denis Hains, Natural Resources Canada (Canada)

 

11:10     DISCUSSION 4: FUTURE ROLES OF AND INTERACTIONS BETWEEN PUBLIC AND PRIVATE GROUPS

Moderator: Richard Langley, University of New Brunswick

 

12:00     DISCUSSION 5: FUTURE OF PPP: PERFORMANCE AND USAGE

Moderator: Sunil Bisnath, York University

 

13:00     FAREWELL / LUNCH (Pearson Room)

Denis Hains, Natural Resources Canada

Sunil Bisnath, York University and Sue Lynn Choy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology for IAG

 

WEDNESDAY 12 THROUGH FRIDAY 14 JUNE

 

POSTER SESSION: (Pearson Lobby)

 

Precise Point Positioning with Integer Ambiguities in the Atomium Software

Mari Carmen Martinez-Belda, University of Alicante, Spain, Pascale Defraigne, Royal Observatory of Belgium (Belgium)

Combining GPS and GLONASS to Accelerate the Convergence Speed of Precise Point Positioning

Pan Li, Xiaohong Zhang, Wuhan University (China)

Carrier-phase Multipath Detection and Localization at GNSS Reference Stations

Nico Reußner, Lambert Wanniger, TU Dresden (Germany)

Employing GPS L5 Carrier-Frequency in Precise Point Positioning

Justine Spits, Marcelo Santos, University of New Brunswick (Canada)

Accuracy of GIPSY PPP from Version 6

Adem G Hayal, D Ugur Sanli, Yildiz Technical University (Turkey)

Time Series Analysis of GNSS Ephemeris and Clocks with Application in Precise Point Positioning

Yingbing Li, Wuhan University, China, C K Shum, Junkun Wan, Ohio State University (USA)

Kinematic PPP Performance of Low-Cost GPS Receiver Using Online Post-Processing Service

Reha Metin Alkan, Hitit University / Istanbul Technical University, Taylan Öcalan, Yildiz Technical University, Nursu Tunalioğlu (Turkey)

Using PPP to Assess a GNSS Software Receiver Tracking Performance Under Equatorial Scintillation

Luiz Paulo Fortes, IBGE / University of the State of Rio de Janeiro (Brazil) / University of Calgary (Canada), Gérard Lachapelle, James Curran, Mark Petovello, University of Calgary (Canada)

Troposphere Support Service for Real-Time Precise Point Positioning

Jan Sierny, Jan Kaplon, Karina Wilgan, Witold Rohm, also Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (Australia), Tomasz Hadas, Jaroslaw Bosy, Institute of Geodesy and Geoinformatics (Poland)

Real Time Precise GPS Constellation and Clocks Estimation by Means of a Kalman Filter

Denis Laurichesse, Luca Cerri, Flavien Mercier, Jean-Paul Berthias, CNES (France)