### Velocity and Speed Conversion

In kinematics, speed is a scalar quantity, because the speed of an object is a magnitude of the velocity (the rate of change of its position). The Italian physicist Galileo Galilei defined speed as the distance covered per unit of time. The SI unit of speed is the meter per second, but in our daily lives, the most commonly used unit of speed are the kilometer per hour or, in the USA and the UK, miles per hour. The knot is commonly used for air and marine travel.

### Velocity and Speed Conversion Calculator

### Most popular convertion pairs of velocity and speed

- Foot/Minute to Foot/Second
- Foot/Minute to Kilometer/Hour
- Foot/Minute to km/s
- Foot/Minute to Knot
- Foot/Minute to Meter/Second
- Foot/Minute to Mile/Hour
- Foot/Second to Foot/Minute
- Foot/Second to Kilometer/Hour
- Foot/Second to km/s
- Foot/Second to Knot
- Foot/Second to Meter/Second
- Foot/Second to Mile/Hour
- Kilometer/Hour to Foot/Minute
- Kilometer/Hour to Foot/Second
- Kilometer/Hour to km/s
- Kilometer/Hour to Knot
- Kilometer/Hour to Meter/Second
- Kilometer/Hour to Mile/Hour
- km/s to Foot/Minute
- km/s to Foot/Second
- km/s to Kilometer/Hour
- km/s to Knot
- km/s to Meter/Second
- km/s to Mile/Hour
- Knot to Foot/Minute
- Knot to Foot/Second
- Knot to Kilometer/Hour
- Knot to km/s
- Knot to Meter/Second
- Knot to Mile/Hour
- Meter/Second to Foot/Minute
- Meter/Second to Foot/Second
- Meter/Second to Kilometer/Hour
- Meter/Second to km/s
- Meter/Second to Knot
- Meter/Second to Mile/Hour
- Mile/Hour to Foot/Minute
- Mile/Hour to Foot/Second
- Mile/Hour to Kilometer/Hour
- Mile/Hour to km/s
- Mile/Hour to Knot
- Mile/Hour to Meter/Second