TransLT

TransLT 2.0

TransLT

License:Demo
Platform:WinXP, WinVista, WinVista x64, Win7 x32, Win7 x64, Win2000
Added:2010-12-20
Updated:2011-03-20 19:14:57
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Main features of TransLT:
- Calculation of transformation parameters and coordinates transformation for 1D, 2D or 3D transformations
- Coordinates coversions between geographical coordinates systems, geocentric cartesian and the coordinates of a map projection system
- Supports a large number of map projections (109 map projection methods)
- Supports the majority of the polynomial transformation used in cartography
- Can use binary grid files or ASCII for coordinates corrections
- Coordinates transformations can be made using your own calculation formula
- Coordinates transformations can be made in user defined steps or the steps can be automaticaly generated using the EPSG database
- Drawing of polygons, paths or points in Google Earth and together with TopoLT can draw graphic entities from AutoCAD or IntelliCAD in Google Earth
- It was introduced the possibility to upload or download, through internet, transformation models from the database kept on www.topolt.com. Uploading or downloading the models can be also done directly from TransLT Models page
- Drawings for Google Earth can also be saved in a format compressed with the extension kmz
- It was introduced the possibility to choose the order of geographic coordinates from tables and files
- Transformation accuracy has been added to the model transformation properties and in the database on the Internet
- At reading information from the EPSG database were added the following information: CRS Scope, Remarks and Information Source
- It was added the possibility to copy the displayed informations about one CRS or about an operation with coordinates
- For transformation models from Transformation in steps section, the type of initial and final coordinates can be: Cartesian, Geographic 2D, Geographic 3D, Projection plane 2D or Projection plane 3D
- The program was adapted according to the last changes made in EPSG V7.6 database (November 2010).