Galileo is Europe’s Global Satellite Navigation System (GNSS), providing users with improved positioning and timing information. The project has been running since the launch of the first operational Galileo satellites GSAT0101 and GSAT0102 in October 2011. The latest Full Operational Capability (FOC) satellites were launch in December 2017 and…(Show moreShow less)
There is no option to see spatial reference information when viewing the properties of a feature class when working in Catalog View or Catalog Pane in ArcGIS Pro 2.1.2. You can only see spatial reference information when in in Map View and viewing the Layer properties > Source > Spatial Reference. Has this been address in ArcGIS Pro 2.2?
Hello Esri-community, I'm testing various transformation tools in order to transform shapefiles and feature classes from gauss krueger (epsg 31468) to utm32 (epsg 25832). No I'm running into the problem that I get not Esri-readable prj files (e.g. when using ogr2ogr). I think the problem is the problem might be the EPSG name and the GEOGCS name…(Show moreShow less)
It seems that ETRS: SR-ORG Projection -- Spatial Reference matches the Esri WKT style. But I can't address this url directly while transforming with e.g. ogr2ogr (at least not when I want to transfrom with an additional NTv2 grid). As far as I understand it I have to transform in 2 steps in order to get an esri readable prj file.
Many of my projects are located in Michigan and in Michigan International Feet is the preferred unit of measurement when using NAD83. However, when Calculating Geometry the International Foot unit IS NOT included in the units drop down. If I recall correctly it was included in previous versions before version 9. You may think that using an…(Show moreShow less)
I have dataset that my company receives from a vendor every month. We have a script that takes the dataset and clips it to an AOI and transforms the horizontal from NAD27 to WGS84 Web Mercator Auxillary Sphere. There is one feature that has Z values. So my question is do we have to apply a specific transformation to the vertical when we do a…(Show moreShow less)
Suzanne, can you check the extents of each file separately to ensure that one isn't misdefined. There isn't that much difference between them. Also, you don't indicate whether they are for the same or adjacent areas
Hi, This is a question regarding coordinate system transformation of WGS84 or latlong to KosovoRef. I am using ArcMap 10.3.1. I am given the attached excel file given the parameter as differences (-2.37349693011492 and- 1415.26511242054). I have done an excercise to test this in ArcGIS project tool using the only kosovo coordinate…(Show moreShow less)
Hi I am wondering if anyone has some python code (including the maths) to convert from lat / long to northing and easting, allowing the inclusion of a particular zone for the conversion. I found this code: https://anuga.anu.edu.au/svn/anuga/trunk/anuga_core/anuga/coordinate_transforms/lat_long_UTM_conversion.py The returned northing…(Show moreShow less)
This is a GIS forum, so why would you actually want to do these calculations yourself? On the subject of UTM zones, each one is the same grid, but calculated on a particular central meridian (line of longitude). Zone 50 = 117degE; Zone 51 = 123degE
Does anyone know where I can find the equation to put into Excel that will convert CT State Plane coordinates to Lat/Lon? I know ways to programmatically do this using ArcGIS but have a scenario/workflow where we may need to do this from within Excel. Thanks!
Very helpful, thanks a million. I have to keep all my geographically projected feature classes in SQL Server for easy retrieval with other applications, and the ESRI Python script I thought I had to use just for reprojection kept crashing and burning on me.