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GGOS Topical Meeting on Atmosphere | Travel Award Application and Abstract Submission

The abstract submission deadline for the GGOS Topical Meeting on the Atmosphere is approaching on 31 July. We encourage all researchers working in the field of the atmosphere, particularly those focusing on spatio-temporal variations from the…

New Video: Discover the Importance of Terrestrial Reference Frames

The Global Geodetic Observing System (GGOS) of the International Association of Geodesy (IAG) has released an enlightening 2 minute video showing the critical role of geodetic terrestrial reference frames in our world. This short film illustrates…

AGU2024 – Abstract Submission Open

We would like to draw your attention to our GGOS session G007 at the AGU2024 “Geodetic Standards for Improved Accurate and Consistent Earth Observation Products from the Global Geodetic Observing System Techniques”, which will be held 9-13…

GGOS Days 2024 – Announcement

Each year, the GGOS Executive Committee organises the GGOS Days to update the IAG and GGOS communities on recent achievements and current challenges faced by the various colleagues involved in achieving the goals of the GGOS Strategic Plan.…

GGOS Topical Meeting on the Atmosphere

The GGOS Topical Meeting on the Atmosphere will bring together outstanding colleagues from the IAG and IAGA to integrate geodetic and geophysical technologies for comprehensive monitoring of the atmosphere and the magnetosphere. This meeting will take place from 7 to 9 October 2024 in Potsdam, Germany. Participation is free, but pre-registration is required.
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GGOS as basis for GeoRisk Commission (GRC) and the IUGG contributions to disaster risk reduction

The GGOS Focus Area Geohazards Monitoring focuses on GNSS Enhancement of Tsunami Early Warning Systems (GTEWS), as recommended by IUGG2015 Resolution No. 4, and further highlighted by the Voluntary Commitment to the World Conference on Disaster…

Artificial Intelligence for Geodesy in support of Natural Disaster Management

The Chair of the IAG-GGOS Focus Area Artificial Intelligence for Geodesy (IA4G) gave a keynote presentation highlighting some of the ways that Geodesy can be used in conjunction with AI for seismic hazards during the Workshop AI for Natural Disaster Management transitions into Global Initiative.

GGOS at EGU 2024

GGOS recently held business meetings with its Governing Board and Bureaus just before the EGU2024 on Sunday, 14 April at the TU Wien. These meetings were key to discuss important plans, setting priorities, and working together within the geodesy community. In addition, GGOS had a joint oral and poster session with VLBI at the EGU2024 conference.

GGOS IberAtlantic:
A new GGOS Affiliate

The national geodetic authorities of Spain and Portugal, signed letters of intent and defined terms of reference to initiate the operation of GGOS IberAtlantic. The GGOS Executive Committee welcome the Spanish and Portuguese colleagues to GGOS and highly appreciate their contribution.

Establishment of an
IAG Secretariat at BEV

The IAG proposed the establishment of an IAG Secretariat at BEV. A Memorandum of Understanding was signed between the IAG and the BEV, initiating the establishment of this IAG Secretariat, which was announced and celebrated at the EGU Geodesy Reception.