- Open application and Select UTM Tab
- Select Map Datum
- Specify the Zone Number
- Click on '...' Button if you want to refer to Datum number map
- Select the Hemisphere
- Enter Easting and Northing Values
- Click on Convert to Get Latitude and Longitude of the given point
- It is always better to convert latitude longitude with higher precision

- Select 'Lat / Long' Tab
- Select Map Datum
- Specify Latitude and Longitude
- Click on Convert to get respective UTM coordinates

- Select 'UTM' Tab
- Click ON Open Template and Program will open an Excel Sheet
- Enter Bulk (Multiple / Many) UTM coordinates with Hemisphere and Zone Details
- Save the File
- Select Excel File by Locating the file after clicking '...' Button
- Select the Map Datum
- Click on Convert
- The software will process bulk data at once and give the resulting Latitude and Longitude in Excel Sheet (Spread Sheet)

- Select 'Lat/Long' Tab
- Click on Open
- Click ON Open Template and Program will open an Excel Sheet
- Enter Bulk (Multiple / Many) Lat Long Values
- Save the File
- Select Excel File by Locating the file after clicking '...' Button
- Select the Map Datum
- Click on Convert
- The software will process bulk data at once and give the resulting UTM Coordinates in Excel Sheet (Spread Sheet)

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Converting Latitude Longitude into Map Coordinate is not a single step conversion as in most of the conversion from one unit to another unit by applying a simple formula. This white paper explains which are the factors to be understood for Latitude and Longitude Conversion.

- Cartesian coordinate system (CCS)
- Geographic Coordinate Systems
- Geographic Directions
- Latitude
- Meridian
- Prime Meridian
- Longitude
- Geodetic Height
- Ellipsoid
- Map
- Map Datum
- Map projection
- Universal Transverse Mercator coordinate system
- UTM Zone

The Equator and Prime Meridian are the reference planes used to define latitude and longitude.

1 Min = 1/60 of a Degree and 1 Sec = 1/60 of a Minute

A minute of arc corresponds to 1.86 Km. A second of arc corresponds to 31.0 m.

Decimal Degrees (DD): Latitude and Longitude geographic coordinates are represented as decimal fractions and are called Decimal Degrees.

10 Degree 12 Minute 14 Seconds is represented as 10o 12 ‘ 14 “ = 10 + 12 / 60 + 14 / 3600 = 10.20389

Note: Coordinate values resulting from interpreting latitude, longitude, and height values based on one datum as though they were based on another datum can cause position errors in three dimensions of up to one kilometre. Different datums are based on different mathematical models of the earth's shape and dimensions (ELLIPSOIDS) plus an additional factor of PROJECTION.

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