Instruments | Software



          Surveying and GNSS Positioning 


The Bernese GNSS Software is a scientific, high-precision, multi-GNSS data processing software developed at the Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern (AIUB). The Bernese GNSS Software provides an environment with high performance, high accuracy, and highly flexible reference GPS/GLONASS (GNSS) post-processing package. State-of-the-art modeling, detailed control over all relevant processing options, powerful tools for automatization, the adherence to up-to-date, internationally adopted standards, and the inherent flexibility due to a highly modular design are characteristics of the Bernese GNSS Software.


Trimble Business Center's field-to-finish survey CAD software helps surveyors deliver high-accuracy GNSS data, create CAD deliverables, and leverage full data traceability throughout a project's lifecycle. Trimble Business Center facilitates managing, processes and creates customer deliverables for all of the official survey tasks with just one software package.

Leica Geo Office (LGO) offers the most powerful tools all integrated in one common software to finalize your work faster today and tomorrow. LGO provides Seamless import and integration of data from all instruments including GNSS, Traversing and Level instrument support. It further provides best-in-class processing options for data processing for these instruments along with high end processing options for network adjustments, datum transformations, etc.


GAMIT ("GNSS at MIT") is a collection of programs to process phase data to estimate three-dimensional relative positions of ground stations and satellite orbits, atmospheric zenith delays, and Earth orientation parameters. The software is designed to run under any UNIX operating system.

GLOBK ("Global Kalman filter") is a Kalman filter whose primary purpose is to combine various geodetic solutions such as GPS, VLBI, and SLR experiments. It accepts as data, or "quasi-observations," the estimates and covariance matrices for station coordinates, Earth orientation parameters, orbital parameters, and source positions generated from the analysis of the primary observations.