TRANSDAT performs Coordinate Transformations fast and with high accuracy. It supports thousands of world-wide Coordinate Systems, geodetic Reference Systems and Reference System Transitions (datum shifts), user-defined systems, 2D/3D transformations, INSPIRE, NTv2, EPSG, GPS, continental drift and more. It reads and writes the file systems Text, CSV, SDF, dBase, Arc-Shape, Arc-Generate, KML and others.
Besides the usual Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are a large number of geodetic applications and data collections, which are used for recording, editing and presentation of spatial data. The thereby used spatial data are available in a wide variety of coordinate systems and reference systems. Here the program TRANSDAT is needed to transform the spatial data from different data sources and data structures from one coordinate reference system (CRS) to another and if needed to modify the data structure simultaneously.
TRANSDAT is a professional computer program for world-wide Coordinate Transformations between national and country-specific Coordinate and Reference Systems with high precision and good performance:
You will find a complete list of the Coordinate and Reference Systems supported by the program on the internet or after downloading the free test version of the program. TRANSDAT supports all by the INSPIRE directive prescribed ETRS89 conversions with NTv2 grid data, e,g. Gauss-Kruger / DHDN to UTM / ETRS89 with BeTA2007. The NTv2 standard with national grid files is world-wide full supported. The use of EPSG codes for the Coordinate Reference Systems is possible. Apart from the given world-wide and state-specific systems, your own personal Coordinate Systems and geodetic Reference Systems can be defined with Helmert (Bursa / Wolf, ISO19111) or Molodenski Parameters. Calculations can be performed with coordinates entered directly, loaded from files in various formats (Text, CSV, SDF, dBase, KLM, ArcShape and ArcGenerate), or passed via batch processing. ArcShape files can be viewed with the program-internal Shape Viewer. A programmable GPS interface makes it possible to read coordinates into a notebook computer from a low-cost GPS antenna.
The program has a user-selectable multi language interface and comes with extensive online help. The program can be run on most common networks and it is possible to use Terminal Services on WINDOWS Servers. In case of a network installation the clients are installed automatically by the program.
This software is not reviewed yet.
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