Given that I know the origin and the x and y cartesian coordinates. How do I find the corresponding lat lon? lat = lat_origin + ((y / 1000.0) / (111.319 * rad_to_deg)); lon = lon_origin + ((x / ...
I'm looking for a Java-based solution to convert coordinates from Lambert93 to WGS84. I found this, "lambert-java", which is an implementation of the algorithms (PDF) published by IGN (French ...
I have multiple locations saved in WGS84 - it looks like e.g. latitude: 12345678 longitude: 87654321. I tried to search it on the map this way: 12.345678 87.654321, but it doesn't match the place it ...
I have a set of address for Singapore, I would like to take the Lat & Long from onemap.sg (SYV21: X, Y / Easting, Northing) and then store it in my databse , convert into (WGS84: Longitude, ...
(I see there is an equation on wikipedia that does exactly what I am asking but there is no references. I have no way of confirming the validity of this equation!) I already understand the difference ...