The thesis addresses the kinematic PPP (Precise Point Positioning). It presents the theoretical concepts of this method and its pros and cons. Moreover, the software used for processing the observations with the PPP is presented. For the purpose of this research GPS and GLONASS observations were taken in static and kinematic mode. Kinematic observations were taken with GNSS in PPP mode and at the same time tachymetric measurements were conducted. GNSS observations were processed using PPP software, available online and free of charge. Four different online services were used: APPS, CSRS-PPP, GAPS, magicGNSS and two standalone applications gLAB and RTKLIB. For the analysis of the kinematic PPP an own software solution was created. Statistical analysis was conducted to assess the quality and the usefulness of the kinematic PPP.