Transform Coordinates

Easily transform coordinates online & free


Input reference system


Input coordinates


Long / X
Lat / Y

Output reference system


Output coordinates


Long / X
Lat / Y
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This online tool allows you to transform coordinates between popular coordinate systems. You can also specify a custom EPSG code to convert coordinates between any spatial refernce systems. This Converter App is a free app provided by Aspose.Gis.

Features of the Aspose.Gis Transformation free app

Aspose.GIS Transformation

  • Many Spatial References: Web Mercator, Wgs84, Utm, Nad83, and more
  • Transform coordinates using custom EPSG code
How to convert  coordinates using Aspose.GIS Transformation

How to convert coordinates using Aspose.GIS Transformation

  • Select input\output spatial references.
  • Input coordinates using decimal format.
  • Click on 'Transform' button to convert coordinates.
  • Your coordinates will be converted using the output spatial reference.

Other Popular Transformations

You can also convert coordinates using many other spatial references. Please see the popular list below.

Fast and Easy Conversion

Fast and Easy Conversion

Input coordinates, choose the output reference system and click on “Transform” button. You will get the new coordinates as soon as the they are converted

Convert from Anywhere

Convert from Anywhere

It works from all platforms including Windows, Mac, Android and iOS. All gis data is processed on our servers. No plugin or software installation required for you.

Conversion Quality

Conversion Quality

Powered by Aspose.GIS. All files are processed using Aspose APIs, which are being used by many Fortune 100 companies across 114 countries.

Version: 21.19
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