Working Group: Reference Frames, Timing and Applications

Working Group Meeting, 4 - 5 December 2017, Kyoto, Japan

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4 December 2017
Coincidence level among terrestrial reference frames available through GNSS broadcast messages - S. Malys, C. O' Neill, National Geospatial Intelligence Agency (NGA)
Status of the Galileo terrestrial Reference Fratme (GTRF) - W. Enderle (on behalf of the GGSP Consortium)
Realization of semi-dynamic reference frame using multi-constellation of GNSS and IGS products in Japan - H. Tsuji, S. Abe, N. Takamatsu, Y. Miura, B. Miyahara, Japan
Coordination and prioritization of laser ranging on retroreflector equipped GNSS satellites - G. Bawden, United States
Discussion on multi-GNSS biases/clocks for precise positioning applications - S. Choy, Chair of FIG Working Group 5.4. on GNSS
Update on actions since the ICG-11 meeting - G. Petit, BIPM Time Department and J. Delporte, CNES, France
GLONASS Time template update A. Druzhin, Russian Federation
Galileo OS timing performance - J. Delporte, CNES, France
GPS-Galileo Time Offset (GGTO): Galileo implementation status and performance - J. Hahn, European Space Agency
EGNOS timing performance - J. Delporte, CNES, France
National time scale UTC (SU) development and GNSS-receivers calibration in Russian Federation - S. Donchenko, I. Silvestrov, O. Denisenko, I. Norets, Russian Federation
Update on BeiDou time system and its performance evaluationZ. CAI, C. Han, B. Yang, China
Time and coordination system for QZSS PNT service - Japan
The multi-mode time transfer based on GNSS - S. Zhao, H. Yuan, China
The new results of GNSS system time differences (offset) monitoring - Y. Haibo, China
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