A Very Long Frequency (15kHz–50kHz) and Low Frequency (150kHz–300kHz) radio receiver has been installed at the GeoMatLab as of 28-March-2012. This is an instrument installed within the University Campus, is part of an international monitoring network operated by the Physics Department, University of Bari, Italy for earthquake research using ionosphere monitoring. A map of the VLF and LF transmitters and receivers in Europe is shown here.
A new EGNOS site, called "TUC3", has established within the campus of the Technical University of Crete. This site has been operational as of the beginning of February 2013 and is part of the EGNOS Data Collection Network (EDCN) and the relevant map.
The first Greece's only permanent Beidou/COMPASS receiver, tracking the Chinese Global Navigation Satellite System, has been installed 30-May-2012 in the University Campus. This is a UR240-CORS dual-system, quad-frequency, high-precision satellite receiver developed to operate as reference station. The receiver tracks Chinese Beidou, as well as, American GPS satellites. It provides millimeter-level carrier phase observations. The station is named "TUC4".