I have an Image with the following metadata:
Projection Information : Projection Zone : 0 Spheroid Name : Modified Everest Georeferenced to : RSO Map Information : Upper Left center X : 598398.000000 Upper Left center Y : 506921.000000 Lower Right center X: 622798.000000 Lower Right center Y: 473521.000000 Pixel X size : 20.000000 Pixel Y size : 20.000000
The Geographic Coordinate System the image uses is:
Geographic Coordinate System: GCS_Kertau_RSO Angular Unit: Degree (0.0174532925199433) Prime Meridian: Greenwich (0.0) Datum: D_Kertau_RSO Spheroid: Everest_1830_RSO_1969 Semimajor Axis: 6377295.664 Semiminor Axis: 6356094.667915204 Inverse Flattening: 300.8017
I need to project this image in the WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_48N coordinate system. I am using the ArcGIS-Desktop package. To achieve this, I am using the Project Raster tool under the Data Management Tools to convert the projection. The problem is that even after the projection takes place, the projected image does not get properly aligned to its place and stays at the same spot (over the original image).
On checking the layer properties of the projected image, it shows the layer is spatially referenced to the WGS_1984_UTM_Zone_48N system, but unfortunately, it is not displayed at its correct position (which can be checked by adding a BaseMap from ArcGIS online resources).
Need suggestions/ alternative solutions to the problem.