SBAS Service Performance Analysis Tool
eclayr® is an engineering tool specialized in evaluating the performance of satellite-based augmentation systems (SBAS), such as EGNOS, and in verifying compliance with the established requirements (for example, ICAO/OACI, GNSS-SARPs).
The tool automatically collects and processes SBAS messages and reference data to generate reports with the evaluation of system performance.
It is also equipped with a powerful user interface that shows a variety of results graphically and interactively.
Licensing and Price
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eclayr® automatically collects all input necessary to conduct the analyses, simplifying its use (RINEX, RINEXB, EMS, IONEX, sp3-c and sp3-d, DCB, ANTEX, etc.).
Intuitive, easy-to-use tool, offering users several configuration options.
Easy to interpret results thanks to the wide variety of maps and figures generated by the tool.
Advanced expert support service available. GMV GNSS experts can produce additional detailed analyses and reports
Training and consultancy services to help in planning and implementing GNSS-based operations.
The key features of eclayr® are:
Full compliance with RTCA / DO229 (SBAS-MOPS) version A, C and D/E (user selectable).
Support for multiple constellations (GPS, GLONASS and Galileo).
Single and dual frequency SBAS support (L1/L5 DFMC SBAS ED-259).
RAIM and ARAIM performance analysis.
Automatic retrieval of the reference data necessary to evaluate performance, including the EGNOS EDAS service.
Powerful user interface to displace statistical results and performance maps in color.
Automatic generation of complete performance evaluation reports in html and pdf formats.
Runs on any standard PC with Windows Vista / 7 / 10 or Linux OS.
The performance analyses in the pseudorange domain provided by eclayr® include:
- Analysis of the Satellite Residual Error at Worst User location (SREW).
- Analysis of the User Differential Range Error (UDRE).
- Analysis of the Grid Ionospheric Vertical Delay (GIVD).
- Analysis of the Grid Ionospheric Vertical Error (GIVE).
- Analysis of the time frame offset for each constellation accepted (for example, GPS, GLONASS, Galileo) with respect to the SBAS reference time.