SlovCoordinateSystem

Via Zdenko Original Reference:

http://www.grmada.org/slo/gps_slo.html

User Grid: (Gauss-Kruger)

Longitude Origin: E015d00.000

Scale: +0.9996 (Nb: Other sources give +0.9999, Zdenko states that

+0.9996 gives better agreement for the Tolmin region)

False Easting: +5'500'000.0m

False Northing: +0.0m

User Datum: (SLOVENIJA)

DX: +682.0m

DY: -203.0m

DZ: +480.0m

DA: +740.8m

DF: +0.10037484

Ignore the below, old information

Andrej says to simply use the German grid, as its compatible with the slovenian IAS. Not tested & confirmed yet. The word 'Datum' doesn't cross the language barrier very well. Jarv, Oct 06

Ref: page 19 http://inspire.jrc.it/reports/stateofplay2005/rcr05SIv64.pdf

Slov maps are in D48, vs WGS84 reference for GPS.

2.3.3 Geodetic reference systems and projections

The national coordinate system valid for maps and databases, has the following characteristics:

Name: D48

Spheroid (ellipsoid) : Bessel (1841), a = 6 377 397,155 m, e = 1/299,15281285

The spheroid touches the geoid in point Hermannskogel with astronomic coordinates (Ergebnisse 1900):

ϕ = 48° 16 15,29"

λ = 33° 57 41,06"E Ferro or

λ = 16° 17 55,04" E Greenwich

H = 558.66 m.

The geodetic network is oriented with side Hermannskogel - Hundesheimer Berg

α = 107° 31 41,70˝.

Projection: Slovene Gauss-Krueger conformal transversal cylindrical projection

Latitude of origin

0° 00 00"

Longitude of origin

15° 00 00" E of Greenwich

Central meridian

15° 00 00" E of Greenwich

False easting

False northing

Modulation factor

0,9999

Projection zone width

3° 15’

1.3 Transformation parameters from D48 (Bessel) to ETRS89(WGS84):

X0 = 438,7669 m

Y0 = 126,6093 m

Z0 = 457,9380 m

a = - 0° 0’ 4,323931’’

b = - 0° 0’ 4,107600’’

g = 0° 0’ 12,245081’’

scale: -16,5199 ppm

The national topographic maps (scale 1:25.000 – 1:50.000) should apply with the NATO standards (STANAG) which requires the Universal Transverse Mercator projection using the WGS 84 reference ellipsoid.

In order to make it possible to prepare military as well as national topographic maps and digital data, UTM projection and WGS 84 ellipsoid is used for producing all the data at scale 1:25.000 and smaller.

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