Relevant Links

Asia-Pacific Regional Space Agency Forum (APRSAF):
http://www.aprsaf.org
Civil Global Positioning System Service Interface Committee (CGSIC):
http://www.gps.gov/cgsic/
European Space Agency - Navigation (ESA):
http://www.esa.int/esaNA
Geo-Informatics and Space Technology Development Agency (GISTDA):
http://www.gistda.or.th/main/en/
GLObal NAvigation Satellite System (GLONASS):
http://www.glonass-ianc.rsa.ru/pls/htmldb/f?p=202:1
International Committee on GNSS (ICG):
http://www.oosa.unvienna.org/oosa/en/SAP/gnss/icg.html
International GNSS Service (IGS):
http://igscb.jpl.nasa.gov
JAXA Quasi-Zenith Satellites sysytem (JAXA QZSS):
http://www.jaxa.jp/projects/sat/qzss/index_e.html
Satellite Positioning Reserch and Apllication Center (SPAC):
http://www.eiseisokui.or.jp/en/

About MGA

The Asia and Oceania region is a unique place where usable and modernized GNSS will increase in number much faster than other areas in the world. MGA is an international organization based on voluntary contributions of experts in governmental, industrial and academic sectors. It aims at helping you learn about and start your projects with new GNSS in Asia and Oceania region.

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MGA Activity

Three pillars of MGA activities

  1. 1.MGA Conference and Exhibition

    MGA conference is organized annually in the Asia Oceania region. It provides opportunities to see changes of GNSS and PNT landscape, latest technologies, products and services, in addition to R&D projects and achievements. Networking for Business, Policy-making and Research Challenges can be accelerated very effectively by attending the MGA conference.

  2. 2.Networking and Capacity Building via Webinar, Workshops and Forum.

    GNSS and PNT technologies are changing very rapidly. Innovative applications and services could be launched very quickly at regional to global level. To catch up with such rapid changes of PNT technology and business landscape, effective and quick information collection, networking with business/governmental/academic communities, and capacity building for better understanding are indispensable. MGA provides the opportunities through Webinar, Regional Workshops and Networking Forum.

  3. 3.Infrastructure Sharing

    To handle and evaluate the latest performance of new GNSS constellations, MGA help obtain satellite signals by sharing and even establishing base stations. You can easily evaluate and compare the performance of GNSS, receivers, application systems, even start experiments.

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