Archive for November, 2008

How to upload station data

November 28th, 2008 by Ricardo Píriz

You can now upload and process your own station data (RINEX files). There are two ways to upload RINEX files: on the web (for all users) or by ftp (for *pro* users only).

On the web, just go to “My Stations” on the upper right corner of your account and then click on “Upload RINEX files” at the bottom of the page. Note that a single compressed file containing multiple RINEX files is supported.

By ftp, just connect to the server using your magicGNSS account’s username and password. You can of course do bulk file upload and automate it using ftp. On UNIX, a convenient scheme is to combine NcFTP (ncftpget and ncftpput commands) with cron. Ftp upload is available for *pro* users only. Please note that in case of uploading your RINEX files via ftp on Windows, after logging with your user, command “bin” shall be executed prior to uploading the RINEX files by means of “put” or “mput” commands. (more…)

Become a *pro* user!

November 27th, 2008 by Ricardo Píriz

As from today you can become a *pro* magicGNSS user! As a *pro* user you will be able to use magicGNSS for professional applications, having access to advanced features like:

•    GLONASS data processing in ODTS and PPP

•    Automated processing with the Scheduler

•    Extended disk quota for user station data and processing scenarios

•    Extended availability of GPS orbit and clock products from IGS for PPP processing

•    Extended availability of core station data from IGS for ODTS processing

•    Possibility to process user stations in ODTS (mixed with core stations or user stations alone)

•    Increased number of stations and maximum data span in PPP and ODTS processing

•    Ftp upload

•    Share your station data

•    Permanence of user station data in the user account (no deletion of RINEX files)

•    Technical support by e-mail on a next-day basis

To become a *pro* user we need to agree on some license terms, just drop us a line at the contact e-mail address visible from within your magicGNSS account.