With Geodesy.NET, you can quickly and easily convert geographic coordinates from one system to another. Several hundred coordinate system conversions are supported, and all conversions can be done in under three lines of code.
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GPS.NET 2.3.20 Develop precise, efficient, and reliable GPS software in record time with this multithreaded component for desktop and mobile devices, including PocketPC, Windows CE, Tablet PC, Smartphone and Windows Mobile!
Description: With Geodesy.NET, you can quickly and easily convert geographic coordinates from one system to another. Several hundred coordinate system conversions are supported, and all conversions can be done in under three lines of code. Full support is included for both desktops as well as mobile devices!
This software is included FREE with any purchase of our GIS.NET 3.0 mapping component for .NET
Support for Three-Axis Geocentric Translation
Support for Seven-Parameter Position Vector Transformation
Support for Coordinate Frame Rotation.
Includes a library of thirty-five map projections which can be used with GIS.NET as well.
Full support for desktops, PocketPC, WindowsCE, Smartphone and Windows Mobile.
Dynamic Help and IntelliSense for Visual Studio.NET
Windows Mobile™ certified
Unlimited, royalty-free redistribution!
Download a free 60-day trial now and see just how fast Geodesy.NET can get your application to market!
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