It is possible to convert geographic coordinates in latitude and longitude (lat/long) to Universal Transverse Mercator (UTM) coordinates. UTM is a standardized coordinate system that is used to locate positions on the Earth’s surface.
To convert lat/long coordinates to UTM, you will need to know the longitude of the central meridian for the UTM zone in which the coordinates are located. You can then use the following formulas to convert the coordinates:
Easting (x): x = (longitude – central meridian) * k0 * cos(latitude)
Northing (y): y = (latitude – latitude of the equator) * k0
Where k0 is a scale factor, equal to 0.9996 for most UTM zones.
It is also possible to use online tools or software programs to perform the conversion. Many GIS software packages, such as ArcGIS and QGIS, include tools for converting between lat/long and UTM coordinates.