The Bernese GNSS Software is a scientific, high-precision, multi-GNSS data
processing software developed at the
Astronomical Institute of
the University of Bern
is, e.g., used by CODE (Center for Orbit Determination in Europe) for its
international (IGS) and European (EUREF/EPN) activities.
The software is in a permanent process of development and improvement.
This website provides information on the features of the software and how to obtain it. Please refer to the support page for information on the tested platforms, bug fixes, and how to reach us for technical support.
The current version the Bernese GNSS Software is "5.2", with the release date of "2013-07-18". To update an older version, please select the appropriate form from the Order page. We also recommend you to bring your software to the latest release level following the update procedure.
- In the frame of the Horizon 2020 European Union Framework Programme
for Research and Innovation the Group on Satellite Geodesy offers a
position for a PhD Student and a Research Assistant for
the project European Gravity Service for Improved Emergency Management (EGSIEM)
(job descriptions for the
PhD Student and
- In the frame of another project we are able to offer the position of a
PhD Student in the field of processing SLR data to GNSS satellites
in combination with GNSS microwave-based solutions
The next Bernese training course is scheduled for January 2015.
Please follow this link for more details.
A new release version 2013-07-18 is available for
Bernese GNSS Software Version 5.2 containing all bugfixes and improvements of
the previous release.
To upgrade your software to the current release, please follow the
instructions in your $X/DOC/README_UPDATE.TXT (%X%\DOC\README_UPDATE.TXT)
using the update utility.
- Documentation of updates of Bernese GNSS Software, Version 5.2 (July 2013):
Currently, nearly 600 institutions from all over the world are registered
in the user database of the Bernese GNSS Software.
The locations of these institutions are indicated in the map below.