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Real-time monitoring frontend for the Operations of the Auoral Imaging Group

Auroral Imaging Group

Monitoring System  Fully Implemented

The Auroral Imaging Group at the University of Calgary currently operates more than 60 instruments in remote locations across the North. To make sure all these instruments are happy and healthy, AIG brings back more than 30,000 real-time information streams about everything from CPU temperatures to real-time images from cameras. This system is crucial to maintaining the infrastructure and has dramatically lowered the cost of ongoing operations.

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Auroral Imaging Group - Real-time Imagery

Auroral Imaging Group

Real-Time Imagery  Fully Implemented

Science is beautiful. The same RTEMP powered systems used for monitoring AIG remote infrastructure also bring back stunning images of the Northern Lights from around the globe, in real-time.

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Rothney Astrophysical Observatory

Rothney Astrophysical Observatory

Weather Systems  In Development

The University of Calgary's Rothney Astrophysical Observatory (RAO, http://www.ucalgary.ca/rao) is one of Canada's best-equipped astronomical teaching facilities. RAO streams real-time data using RTEMP to help schedule research activities and ensure the safe operations of infrastructure.

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GO Canada - ABOVE

ABOVE

Array for Broadband Observations of VLF/ELF Emissions  In Development

ABOVE is a project led by researchers at the University of Calgary to deploy an array of sensitive radio receivers across Western Canada. RTEMP systems are currently under development for ABOVE and will power the real-time recovery and display of science data from the field.

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GNSS

GNSS

RISR-C Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)  In Development

Since 2003 the University of Calgary has operated a number of specialized GPS receivers in Canada for ionosphere monitoring - as part of the CANGIM (CANadian GPS Network for Ionosphere Monitoring) project. These receivers are modified dual-frequency survey-grade NovAtel Euro4 receivers, with specialized firmware capable of deriving phase and amplitude scintillation information per minute from detrended 50 Hz observations.

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