News and Updates

July 9, 2015

Data for the unbvmfG product, for the year 2015, have been updated.

July 8, 2015

Missing data for the unbvmfGcmc product for the year 2015 have been identified for the dates:

06/02/2015 - 08/02/2015

22/02/2015 - 26/02/2015

02/03/2015 - 28/04/2015


Consequently, missing data for the unbvmfGcmcP product include the dates:

08/02/2015 - 09/02/2015

24/02/2015 - 27/02/2015

04/03/2015 - 29/04/2015.

June 3, 2013

Data for the unbvmfG product has been added for the years 2001 extending to 2010. A complete set of data for the unbvmfG product now is available for the 2001 to seven days prior the current date.

August 1, 2012

An issue with the unbvmfG product produced with NCEP's Re-Analysis I dataset has been discovered. The effected dates are July 18, 2012 (18h) until July 21, 2012 (00h) inclusive. Currently investigating. All product produced with CMC datasets are not affected.

May 19, 2012

The UNB Vienna Mapping Mapping Function Service has been approved as a part of the GGFC Provisional Products by the GGFC and the IERS Directing Board. We now begin our evaluation period for 2 years. Congratulations to the team for their hard work.

The UNB Vienna Mapping Function Service now offers three products. The unbvmfG, unbvmfGcmc and the unbvmfP. The unbvmfP is a forecast product with zero latency and the unbvmfGcmc is the same as the unbvmfG product, but it is produced with the CMC's GDPS dataset with only a 1 day latency (the unbvmfP is also produced with the same dataset). Data is currently available from April 20th 2012. More data will be added as we go through our evaluation phase. Please review the Products page for further deatils.

January 1, 2012

UNB Vienna Mapping Function Service launched for beta testing. Products available are a global 2.0x2.5 degree grid utilizing the NCEP Re-Analysis 1 NWP. Data availability is only 2012. Historical data to be added at a future date.

Please check back here for future updates in regards to any announcements regarding product availability, planned updates, bugs and/or technical service issues (i.e any service interruptions).


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