Real-time corrections for cm-level PPP w/ ambiguity resolution
PPP, RTK server and client software for demanding GNSS applications
Global and regional networks for SSR, monitoring, and network RTK
Environmental monitoring for the troposphere and iononsphere
Orbits for low-Earth satellites in real-time or post-processed at the cm-level
Examples of GNSS Derived Products for Weather Forecasting
Near Real-Time PWV from the RTNet GPS-MET Service
|RTNet NRT PWV in US||RTNet NRT PWV in CONUS|
(Left): Near-real-time PWV estimates for stations located in North American. (Right): Same as the map on the left but showing only the contiguous United States. These products have a typical latency of 18~60 minutes. The delay in the availability of the public RINEX data is the primary driver of the latency. We are currently processing 1,362 stations. Any data that arrives within a specified period is processed and included in the current epoch.
The near-real-time RTNet PWV service can process GNSS stations (using RINEX or real-time data) from any global location. We use high-quality multi-GNSS satellite orbit and clock products. The PWV and slant delay products are then made available to our end-users.
Real-time Ionospheric Delay Monitoring with RTMon Software
Continuous real-time bias-free ionospheric delay estimation for ~90 stations in the continental US (CONUS).
Real-Time Tropospheric Delay and PWV Monitoring with RTMon Software
Continuous real-time ZTD (left) and PWV (right) estimation for ~90 stations in the continental US. The RTMon software uses virtual "MET" RINEX data to map ZTD to PWV.
Real-Time PWV with RTNet GPS-MET System
|Realtime PWV Monitoring||Current Rainfall Analysis|
Rainfall derived from radar and rain gauge data
GNSS Enhanced Operational Forecast System