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Uncompressed World Geodetic System 1983 and 1984, For the 2006 – 2007 edition of the WGS 1984, the UTM coordinate system was introduced. The system follows the World Geodetic System and transforms coordinates to a UTM coordinate system using the following: Transforms UTM coordinates are in feet and are therefore measured in a direction that is also measured in feet (orthogonal to the degree minutes and seconds that UTM is measured in). The origin of UTM coordinates is located at the UTM 0,0 degree reference point. UTM coordinates are calculated from longitude and latitude values. A transformation formula from the NAD 27 or WGS 84 ellipsoid to the WGS 84 ellipsoid with the Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system is: where is the UTM coordinate in degrees (outgoing direction) is the longitude of the NAD 27 or WGS 84 origin is the latitude of the NAD 27 or WGS 84 origin is the central meridian distance in degrees (for UTM this is 180°) For a derivation of the UTM coordinate transformation formula, see. UTM coordinates are given in degrees and minutes (longitude is expressed in degrees, minutes and seconds). These coordinates are expressed in radians and are thus measured in a direction that is measured in radians. The origin of UTM coordinates is located at the UTM 0,0 degree reference point. UTM coordinates are calculated from longitude and latitude values. The Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinate system is a projection of the Earth onto a plane: its goal is to provide a uniform distance between two points given their longitude and latitude, regardless of where they are on the Earth. This gives it the benefit of being the ideal choice for navigation and mapping. It is commonly used in the fields of mapping and navigation, especially for computerised mapping. The same transformation formula as above can be used to transform latitude, longitude and altitude. Transformation of latitude and longitude can be done from NAD 27 or WGS 84 to UTM using the following: Coordinate extraction In UTM coordinates a value can be extracted directly from the X or Y value without knowing the Y or X origin. For example, the area between 0°,45°,0.6° longitude and 0°,45°,1.1 3813325f96