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Superkonform coordinates

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    Wilfried is offline Senior Member Black Belt
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    Superkonform coordinates

    Hi,

    I have a customar who has coordinates in "superkonform" data. Anyone ever heard of this ? I need to calculate it to WGS84 lat/long to let my vehicles navigate and to position the endpoints on mappoint.

    Any help is very mutch appreciated

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    Hi

    I've got a problem that is next to yours

    But you should tell us what data contains your format :

    dd.ddddd° dd°mm.mmm' dd°mm'ss.sss' ???

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    Hi,

    I dont have the data yet. At the moment I only know it is in that specific format, the software company that write the program doen has the formulas (hmm but they can sell a program to recalculate to a normal format for a lots of money (but they talk to the wrong guy

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    Hi,

    I just realize that Superkonform is a german word. In English it should be translated as Superconformal. But a search did not satisfy my problem

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    It seems that superconformal coordinates are about algebraic geometry... I suggest you to install Copernic Agent Free version and active all the search engines then search for "superconformal coordinates"... Lots of stuff about it but it seems not to be as simple as we would

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaba_
    it seems not to be as simple as we would
    Nope I even dont understeand what it is all about. I hope someone with knowlegde or inititative jumps in here

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    I was staying quiet because I'd heard of it, but don't know the details. I did a google but didn't find anything.

    It would be useful if there was a book of map formulae and algorithms. A reference work. Included common projections, conversions, bearing calculations, etc,etc. I have yet to find one though.


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    Wilfried,

    Howabout Lambert Conformal Conic projection?

    Just saw it on a course the Missus was taking - that gets a much better response from Google, eg.

    http://mathworld.wolfram.com/Lambert...rojection.html


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    Hi Richard,

    woow thanks !!!
    I have gotten a range of coordiantes with the places, so I can check if this is the right one. I keep you informed.

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