magicODTS Key Features
GNSS precise orbit determination and time synchronization usually requires the use of complex tools and a deep GNSS knowledge. The spirit of magicODTS is to make it simpler and faster to increase productivity and speed-up the learning curve. With a few clicks, the user can upload the GNSS station data into the web workspace, select the configuration to apply and launch the process.
Together with the orbits and clock estimations, magicODTS provides a complete report with comprehensive information on input data quality, configuration used, estimation process, and output data quality.
Managing data has never been so easy, a dynamic map shows all stations and datasets available for the selected date. The user can select the datasets to process by simply clicking on the map.
magicODTS has been conceived as a multi-constellation solution. It currently supports GPS and GLONASS and it is Galileo-ready. magicODTS algorithms have been thoroughly validated with real GPS and GLONASS data, as well as with data from GIOVE, the first Galileo satellite in orbit since 2008.
magicODTS generates a number of products that include, satellite orbits, satellite clock biases, station clock biases, satellite and station clock stability estimations and station tropospheric zenith delays. A built-in propagation module allows the user to predict into the future the estimated orbits and clock biases. The station coordinates can be estimated and/or refined using the integrated PPP module.
magicODTS also includes a built-in scheduler module to program the automatic generation of products according to the user needs.
The suite includes a number of performance assessment utilities to statistically compare products obtained in different sessions or compare them with IGS reference products.
magicODTS automatically downloads GPS NANUs and GLONASS NAGUs as they are issued and extracts the relevant information so that only healthy satellites will be considered in the processing.