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GNSS Analysis software updated on Github by GeoScience Australia – IGNSS24

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We speak with Dr Anna Riddel, Director, GNSS Analysis at Geoscience Australia on the release of version 3 of ‘Ginan’, Geoscience Australia’s Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) Analysis Centre Software.

Ginan delivers a real-time positioning correction service and additional positioning products through open-source software, to enable precise point positioning.

Within the NPIC ecosystem, Ginan is being used to validate and verify the quality of data coming from the NPIC network, ensuring that consumers are only accessing data that can be trusted.

Ginan is also being used to generate models of error sources in real-time that are broadcast over the internet as an openly accessible correction service – available for research and innovation.

Geoscience Australia’s GitHub page provides access to the latest version of Ginan. Please be aware that the developers continuously update this software with new functionality and quality improvements.

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