GAPS provides users with accurate satellite positioning using a single GNSS receiver both in static and kinematic mode. Through the use of precise orbit and clock products provided by sources such as the International GNSS Service (IGS) and Natural Resources Canada (NRCan), it is possible to achieve centimetre-level positioning in static mode and decimetre-level positioning in kinematic mode given a sufficient convergence period. An example is shown of the convergence of the computed coordinates for station UNB3, located in Fredericton, Canada, January 1, 2015. Processed in static mode.
Another example shows a Keyhole Markup Language (KML) output file for the computed coordinates of a kinematic GPS data file, from a mobile receiver in Fredericton, Canada, April 10, 2008. Processed in kinematic mode.
An example of the results produced by GAPS (Station UNBJ, Fredericton, Canada, February 27, 2015, processed in static mode) can be seen here . Have any questions? Check out the FAQ page here or contact us here .