[Proj] How to create a new EPSG for a local system

Stefanos Beligiannis smpel at yahoo.com
Thu Mar 12 12:05:16 EST 2015

Hello Adrien,
In Greece we don't use the 2D Helmert or the similarity transformation to compute coordinates between a local system and from and to EGSA87.
We use instead  a 2nd degree polynomial transformation. Try this it will cover a 50km side rectangle with less than 2-3 cm error. This method applied by Prof. Agantza to compute parameters between the old HATT system and EGSA87.
If you want more support mail me.
BrgdsStefanos Beligiannis
       From: Adrien Barbaste <Adrien.Barbaste at efa.gr>
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 Sent: Thursday, March 12, 2015 4:29 PM
 Subject: [Proj] How to create a new EPSG for a local system
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