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Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF):
Civil Global Positioning System Service Interface Committee (CGSIC):
European Space Agency - Navigation (ESA):
Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA):
GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS):
International Committee on GNSS (ICG):
International GNSS Service (IGS):
JAXA Quasi-Zenith Satellites sysytem (JAXA QZSS):
Satellite Positioning Reserch and Apllication Center (SPAC):

About MGA

The Asia and Oceania region is a unique place where the number of usable modernized navigation satellites will increase much faster than other areas in the world.


  • Encourage and promote the introduction and utilization of satellite positioning, navigation and timing services in the Asia and Oceania region through assistance with the integration of GNSS services into their infrastructures,
  • Promote new multi-GNSS utilization and applications in the region and feedback needs and requirements related to interoperability from user communities to GNSS providers, and
  • Encourage GNSS provider and users in Asia Oceania region to develop new applications and carry out experiment or demonstration jointly.

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Three MGA activities

Asia Oceania Multi-GNSS Demonstration Campaign is a series of activities over a period of five years from 2010. The campaign comprises the following three parts:

  1. 01Infrastructure Establishment

    In order to produce precise orbit and clock offset for multi-GNSS constellation, the Multi-GNSS Monitoring Network will be established under international cooperation.

  2. 02Projects

    Joint application developments and experiments of new or extended multi GNSS applications, such as Disaster Management, Intelligent Transportation Systems, Precise Positioning, and Location Based Systems are promoted among GNSS providers, Receiver manufacturers, local service providers, administrations and universities in Asia Oceania region.

  3. 03Regional Workshop

    Regional Workshop on GNSS will be organized annually in the Asia Oceania region where there will be reports on the joint experiments and results as well as proposals for new joint project.

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