# I need to calculate lat and long for other point. Given one lat long and bearing.

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Manoj Pai on 23 May 2017
Commented: Ted Shultz on 8 Apr 2020
How to apply Vincenty's formulae in Matlab. http://www.geomidpoint.com/destination/
Manoj Pai on 23 May 2017
Consider one point is 12.9435584 77.5620174 with bearing 0 deg and distance 100 m I need to calculate the other lat and long.

10B on 26 May 2017
Hello,
I think you need this: https://uk.mathworks.com/matlabcentral/fileexchange/5379-geodetic-distance-on-wgs84-earth-ellipsoid
HTH
10B.

Ted Shultz on 11 Oct 2018
Edited: Ted Shultz on 11 Oct 2018
The Matlab function reckon is what you are looking for. For plotting the track, use track1.
Here is an example for the values you gave:
latIn=12.9435584;
lonIn=77.5620174;
dist = 100; %meters
distUnits = 'm';
% Convert input distance to earth degrees (Lat, Lon are typicaly given in degrees)
[latOut,lonOut] = reckon(latIn, lonIn,arclen,az)
results in:
latOut =
12.944457721605922
lonOut =
77.562017400000002
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Ted Shultz on 8 Apr 2020
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