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Ok, here we go. These are the actual Values. What do I do with it ?
System:Lambert Conformal Conic
Geodetic Datum: $$anonymous$$GI (=Austria-Datum)
Parameter for Projection System:
2 Standard Parallels/Schnittbreiten
Standard Parallel 1: 46:00:00 d:m:s
Standard Parallel 2: 49:00:00 d:m:s
Central Point/Zentralpunkt
Longitude of Origin: 13:20:00 d:m:s
Latitude of Origin: 47:30:00 d:m:s
False Easting/$$anonymous$$orrektur Hochwert: 400000.000 m
False Northing/ $$anonymous$$orrektur Rechtswert: 400000.000 m
Parameter for $$anonymous$$GI Geodetic Datum
Ellipsoid: Bessel 1841
Equatorial Radius: 6377397.155 m
Polar Radius: 6356078.963 m
Flattening Inverse: 299.152812800001
Bursa-Wolfe Umrechnungsparameter von $$anonymous$$GI nach WGS84
Delta X 575
Delta Y 93
Delta Z 466
Rot X (sec) -5,1
Rot Y (sec) -1,6
Rot Z (sec) -5,2
BW Scale 2,5Wed, 16 Aug 2017 13:03:48 GMTStudiomaurerComment by Studiomaurer on Studiomaurer's comment
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Thank you so much for your quick answer! With no experience in projection maths this gave me some pointers where to look. Even though my customer has no idea what I'm talking about I'm trying to make him get the information. For now, I would assume that we're facing a projection similar to EPSG 3035 (equal area seems to make sense of a street atlas), but the center latitude seems to be at around 13.35°East ins$$anonymous$$d of 9° East.
How do I continue from here? Are there API's around I can use to speed up the process (I need to solve this rather quickly)?Mon, 14 Aug 2017 09:17:36 GMTStudiomaurerComment by tanoshimi
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$$anonymous$$nowing the projection is a good start, but not sufficient information - to reproject from one spatial reference system into another you also need to know the datum (the length of the semi-major and semi-minor axis of the ellipsoid model), and the prime meridian. Or, do you know the EPSG reference of the projection? That would make it a lot simpler.Sat, 12 Aug 2017 20:40:20 GMTtanoshimi