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Folosim coordonatele geografice sau Codul Plus?

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Am ales pentru a argumenta esența Codului Plus locația Cazinoului din Constanța care cel mai uzual este exprimată astfel:

  • 44°10′14″N 28°39′49″E – coordonate geografice ( grade , minute și secunde);
  • 44.170516145730254, 28.663453143966404 – coordonate geografice (grade zecimale);
  • 5MC7+69 Constanța – Cod Plus.

Toate aceste reprezentări exprimă, după cum spuneam, poziția aceleași locații. Pentru utilizatori, care vi se pare cea mai ușor de folosit? Eu, evident, aleg Codul Plus.

Folosim coordonatele geografice sau Codul Plus latitudine longitudine

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Folosim coordonatele geografice sau Codul Plus latitudine longitudine

Codul Plus este la fel ca o adresă de stradă sau de loc. Codul Plus se bazează pe latitudine și longitudine și este afișat ca o succesiune de cifre și litere. Longitudinea și latitudinea sunt convertite din două numere lungi și complicate într-un singur cod mai scurt.

Cu un Cod Plus, oamenii pot primi livrări, își pot deschide conturi bancare, pot accesa servicii de urgență și servicii sociale sau pot partaja locația.

Este foarte ușor de utilizat, tehnologia folosită este open source, poate fi creată și utilizată gratuit. Foarte important, codurile plus funcționează atât online cât și offline, deci nu este necesară o conexiune la INTERNET. Suplimentul Grid Service vă permite să adăugați grila Coduri Plus la hărțile online și aplicațiile GIS, facilitând descoperirea și utilizarea lor.

definiție calculeaza ce este latitudine longitudine romania coordonate GPS

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definiție calculeaza ce este latitudine longitudine romania coordonate GPS

Pentru dezvoltatori puteți crea soluții de adresare personalizate, versatile și care pot fi partajate pe baza unui proiect simplu de algoritm open source inițiat de un grup de ingineri Google. Dacă doriți să includeți coduri Plus în aplicațiile dvs., accesați portalul pentru dezvoltatori GitHub.

Cum aflăm Codul Plus al unei locații?

Din nou, inginerii de la Google ne oferă cele mai bune variante, astfel:

  1. Pe telefonul sau tableta Android, deschideți Google Maps pe web mobil sau aplicația Google Maps Maps.
  2. Găsiți locația în care doriți să obțineți un cod plus. Pentru a plasa un indicator "" acolo, atingeți lung pe ecran.
  3. În partea de jos, atingeți panoul „Indicator plasat”. 
  4. Găsiți codul plus lângă sigla codului plus . De exemplu: 5MC7+69 Constanța.
  5. Pentru a copia codul unei locații, atingeți codul plus .
  6. Pentru a afișa locația, inserați codul plus în e-mail sau în aplicația pentru mesaje, așa cum ați proceda pentru o adresă obișnuită.

Busola cu coordonate GPS Globul geografic Sisteme de coordonate Romania

Busola cu coordonate GPS Globul geografic Sisteme de coordonate Romania

Cum găsim o locație cu un cod plus?

Pentru a căuta o locație cu un cod plus, folosiți codul plus ca pe o adresă.

  1. Pe telefonul sau tableta Android, deschideți Google Maps pe web mobil sau aplicația Google Maps Maps.
  2. În partea de sus, în caseta de căutare, introduceți codul plus.

După ce deschideți aplicația Google Maps și verificați codurile plus, vă rog să vă exprimați părerea lăsând un comentariu.

Toate cele bune!

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Fitness. E timpul pentru mișcare!

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