Alberding Monitoring Software (AMoS)

Data transmission and storage

  • Connection of real-time data (e.g. NMEA, RTCM, raw data) by use of Ntrip, TCP, serial
  • Hourly file upload using the Alberding data format
  • Central data storage by the use of the Alberding data management software

Data evaluation and results

  • Integration of RTK sensors
  • Increase ot the RTK accuracy by averaging
  • Data evaluation using "near-realtime" procedures by baseline processing
  • Storing of coordinate differences together with sensor data

Presentation and handling

  • Convenient accessibility via web interface, usable with any browser
  • Visualization / configuration via HTTP interface
  • Visualization of station positions and status on an interactive map
  • Integration of a local map server for the use of own orthophotos as map base layers
  • Export function for easy retrieval of CSV or PDF files
  • Receipient individual warning settings
  • Use of various types of charts such as: time series charts, vector charts and scatter charts
  • Flexible selection of chart contents, chart types and scale ranges


  • Automate reconnection after connection loss
  • Catch up of file transfer if there had been no mobile data connection
  • Continuous data flow from the sensor to the evaluated chart
  • Automatic RINEX creation and baseline processing
  • Warning and all-clear 24 hours / 7 days the week

Status information and alerting

  • Colored display of sensor states in tabular form and on a map
  • Individual configuration of thresholds and time spans
  • SMS and/or e-mail notifications for any number of recipients

Operation and maintenance

  • Runs on all LINUX distributions
  • Convenient installation via the Alberding software repository
  • Host service of Alberding GmbH possible.
    Installation, server operation and maintenance of the monitoring systems are done by the Alberding GmbH.
    Usage fee for the overall system.


  • Self-developed GNSS receivers for geo-monitoring (perfectly tuned to AMoS)
  • Stand-alone mode of operation and interface for logging additional sensor data
  • Support of binary raw data formats of nearly all major GNSS hardware manufacturers
  • Support of standardized data formats like NMEA, RTCM and RINEX
  • Flexible combination of different hardware manufacturers
  • Potential integration of new data formats