From 2002 to 2007, the EUREF-IP Pilot Project
stimulated and developed the necessary tools for EPN stations to make available
their data in real-time.
Today, the real-time data flow has become an integral part of the routine EPN data flow : 116 EPN stations are using the
Ntrip software to stream their GNSS data through the internet.
These real-time data, usually in RTCM format, are uploaded from the EPN stations to broadcasters
from where they are distributed using the principle of internet radio.
To receive the EPN real-time GNSS data streams, free Ntrip client
software (available for several platforms) can be downloaded from
After completion of the
the authorization (user-ID and password) will be provided by the institution which operates the regional EPN (or EUREF-IP) Broadcaster.
Currently EPN real-time data streams are widely used for real-time satellite orbit & clock corrections.
See here for more details about these products.