The IGS technical Working Groups work on topics of particular interest to the IGS, such as improving the IGS products and infrastructure. Within the Working Groups, a Pilot Project structure has been defined whereby new capabilities or products are envisioned, developed, tested, and prepared for production. Policy for the Establishment of IGS Working Groups, Pilot Projects, and New Operational Products.

Active Working Groups
Antenna Arturo Villiger, Chair   Est. 2008
Bias and Calibration Stefan Schaer, Chair   Est. 2008
Clock Products Michael Coleman, Chair   Est. 2003
Data Center Carey Noll, Chair   Est. 2002
GNSS Monitoring (IGMA) Tim Springer, Chair   Est. 2017
Ionosphere Andrzej Krankowski, Chair   Est. 1998
Multi-GNSS Oliver Montenbruck, Chair   Est. 2003
Precise Point Positioning with Ambiguity Resolution Simon Banville, Chair   Est. 2018
Real-time André Hauschild, Chair   Est. 2001
Reference Frame Paul Rebischung, Chair   Est. 1999
RINEX TBD, Chair   Est. 2011
Space Vehicle Orbit Dynamics Tim Springer, Chair   Est. 2011
Tide Gauge (TIGA) Tilo Schöne, Chair   Est. 2001
Troposphere Sharyl Byram, Chair   Est. 1998

Active Pilot Projects
Multi-GNSS Extension (MGEX)   Est. 2016
Real-time (RTS)   Est. 2001

Former Working Groups
Low Earth Orbiters (LEO)   2002-2010

Former Pilot Projects
International GLONASS Service (IGLOS-PP)   2000-2005
Tide Gauge (TIGA)   2001-2010
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