The screen can also provide latitude/longitude coordinates and alerts the user when it needs a service.
What does LAT/LONG stand for?
LAT/LONG stands for Latitude/Longitude
This definition appears very frequently
- Look Ahead Technology
- Look Ahead Test (seismic recording equipment)
- Los Angeles Times
- Lot Acceptance Test (purchasing tool)
- Low-Alarm Threshold
- Low-Altittude Transport (dropships)
- Lowest Astronomical Tide
- Lumberman's Association of Texas
- Lateral Dispersion
- Los Angeles Times-Washington Post
- Laboratory Animal Training Association (Highland Village, TX)
- Language and Automata Theory and Applications
- Langues Étrangères Appliquées au Tourisme et aux Affaires (French: Applied Foreign Languages for Tourism and Business)
- Latin American Travel Association (trade organization)
- Local Access & Transport Area
- Los Alamos Technical Associates
- Los Angeles Tennis Association (California; est. 1978)
- Louisiana Association of Tax Administrators (est. 1966)
- Lentilly-Arbresle - Tour Athletic Club
- Laser Target Decoy System (US Army)
Samples in periodicals archive:
com/3aurwb to WGS84 which is accepted in TomTom as a latitude/longitude input.
Data available include specific mission numbers, type and number of aircraft, location of target, latitude/longitude coordinates, ordnance type, number of ordnance dropped, and additional information on downed aircraft.
They feature an integral 12-channel parallel GPS to add latitude/longitude co-ordinates to the emergency signal transmitted by the unit.
To actively meet customers' changing needs and requirements, PI is transitioning away from most hand-posted paper map services and is now providing all well, production, seismic, pipeline and latitude/longitude data directly loadable into a variety of Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
The resulting latitude/longitude and place name data is embedded within an image's EXIF header as standard tags which allow the image to be indexed and visualized using existing geo-aware tools.
The tools also allow users to delineate and measure land parcels using a variety of reference points, such as latitude/longitude coordinates or information from the Public Land Survey System (PLSS).
With WPS operating to determine and publish the user's latitude/longitude, street, address, zip code, city, state or general geographic area, the Loki users can efficiently and effectively use that location to quickly find the most accurate information.