SEVENPAR English 4.16

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SEVENPAR calculaties exact parameter sets for the Spatial Helmert or Molodensky Transformation with seven or three parameters, which are used for accurate geodetic datum shifts between different reference systems for coordinate transformations.

Software information
Windows 7/Vista/XP/2000/Server
Killet Softwareentwicklung GbR
File size:
2.45 Mb
Date added:
May 4, 2014
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Description from the Publisher
SEVENPAR is a tool for the calculation of highly exact transformation parameters for the Spatial Helmert and Molodensky Transformation, which make possible precise coordinate transformations from one reference system into another. The determined transformation parameters can be entered directly into suitable transformation software, e.g. TRANSDAT Coordinate Transformations, or into the calculation software of GPS receivers.
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