|Centro di Geodesia Spaziale G. Colombo, Matera|
The Centro di Geodesia Spaziale processes a European subnetwork comprising IGS and EPN stations in the South of Europe. Their solutions are incorporated in EUREF since September 1996.
|Kommission für Erdmessung und Glaziologie (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften), Munich|
The Kommission für Erdmessung und Glaziologie (Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften) in Munich has been the Computing Center for the computation of the unified European Triangulation Network RETrig. It was also involved in the computation of the EUREF-89 GPS campaign. Since end of 1995, BEK has been producing weekly solutions of a EPN subnetwork.
|Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying Austria|
The Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying Austria (BEV) took over all activities related to EUREF from the Austrian Academy of Science which started in 1996 under the name OLG. On one hand we manage one of two regional Datacenters for EPN. On the other hand we analyze a big subnetwork for the EPN solution. In addition we monitor a more dense network of national permanent stations.
|Bundesamt für Kartographie und Geodäsie|
BKG has acquired the capacity to routinely process permanent IGS networks. Since early 1996 it has been processing part of the European Network on a weekly basis.
|Centre for Orbit Determination in Europe, Astronomical Institute of the University of Bern|
CODE is processing almost the complete European Permanent Network in order to create a reference solution which is used as a comparison for the solutions of the other EPN Local Analysis Centres.
|GFZ German Research Centre for Geosciences|
The GFZ is Germany\’s national research center for the solid Earth Sciences.
|Instituto Geográfico Nacional de España|
The Instituto Geográfico Nacional de España started its contribution to the EUREF combined solution since September 2001 (GPS Week 1130).
|Institut Géographique National|
Since January 1998 the LAREG (Laboratoire de Recherche en Geodesie) processes a network of permanent French stations. It has started its contribution to the EUREF combined solution since November 1998 (GPS Week 982).
|Federal Office of Topography swisstopo, Wabern|
|Military University of Technology|
Since December 2009 MUT LAC (GPS Week 1560) analyses data from several EPN stations distributed evenly along the Europe.
|Nordic Geodetic Commission, Lantmäteriet and Onsala Space Observatory|
The NKG analysis centre is since December 1996 (GPS week 884) processing a network of EPN and IGS stations in northern Europe. In addition, a denser network of national permanent GNSS stations in the Nordic and Baltic countries is routinely processed since GPS week 1795.
|Republic Geodetic Authority|
The RGA analysis centre is processing since April 2011 (GPS-week 1632) its EPN subnetwork, which is composed of stations located mainly in southern and eastern Europe.
|Royal Observatory of Belgium, Brussels|
The Royal Observatory of Belgium is processing the four permanent stations operated in Belgium together with a number stations of the EUREF network since February 1996.
|FOMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory, Budapest|
The FOMI Satellite Geodetic Observatory is processing since December 2001 (GPSweek 1143) a network of stations distributed mainly in Eastern and Southern Europe.
|Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava|
The Slovak University of Technology is processing since September 2002 a network of selected EPN and IGS stations in Central Europe completed by EPN stations situated mainly in western and nothern Europe.
|University of Padova, Padova|
The University of Padova is processing since January 1999 a network of Italian stations and additional stations distributed along the Alps.
|Warsaw University of Technology, Warsaw|
Warsaw University of Technology has been EUREF Local Analysis Centre since January 1996. WUT LAC submits to EUREF weekly and daily results of its EPN subnetwork, which is mainly composed of stations located in Central Europe.
|Delft Institute for Earth-Oriented Space Research, Delft|
The Delft Institute for Earth-Oriented Space Research, a research group of Delft University of Technology, has started to process GPS networks on a regular basis since 1994. Currently, DEOS is processing several permanent and campaign networks in Europe and South-East Asia. A dedicated solution is incorporated in EUREF since February 2001.
|Geodetic Observatory Pecny, Research Inst. of Geodesy, Topography and Cartography|
The GOP analysis centre processed subnetwork of EPN stations during the period of 1996-2014 (GPS weeks 0834-1773). In 2013, GOP suggested its reorientation towards a reprocessing activity of entire EPN network which is in effect since January 2014.
|Institute for Space Research (ISR/ASS), Graz|
The ISR/AAS is the official data centre and one of the analysis centres of CERGOP/CEI. Since mid of January 1996 daily subnetwork solutions for all permanent Austrian GNSS stations and some surrounding IGS and CEGRN station have been computed routinely. Since mid of May 1996 weekly results have been delivered for inclusion into a EPN solution.