Regional GNSS monitoring infrastructure


In the framework of the BLUEGNSS Project, IDS is in charge of deploying the regional GNSS monitoring infrastructure throughout the BLUE MED area. At the end of June 2017, in collaboration with HCAA, the GNOME (GNSS Operative Monitoring Equipment) sentinel has been installed in the airport of Kos, Greece. The GNSS antenna was installed on the roof of Kos Control Tower, whilst the chassis were hosted in a rack of the airport equipment room. The GNOME sentinel has been connected to Central Monitoring Facility, which gathers and process GNSS data in Italy, through the VPN run by ENAV Network and Security Department. This is the second station, after Milano Linate, that will be part of the BLUEMED regional GNSS monitoring network and that will provide monthly GNSS performance reports.
The next steps foreseen the completion of sentinels network installation at Luqa – Malta (Aug ’17) and Larnaka – Cyprus (Sept ’17).

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