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This web service allows viewing the dataset BeSt Address.
Vector dataset of aeronautical obstacles with a height of 60 meters or more above the ground. The update of this dataset takes place on a multi-year cycle; for each obstacle and for each location, the situation is indicated as applicable at the time of its last update. Based on the horizontal range of an obstacle, it is classified into one of three classes: polygonal obstacle if the smallest rectangular area enclosing the obstacle has a length and width of more than 100 meters; line obstacle if the smallest rectangular area enclosing the obstacle has a length of more than 100 meters, but a width of less than 100 meters; point obstruction in other cases.
Share of the cadastral surface area that is not artificially developed in the cadastral and not unknown surface area to the administrative entity (region, province, district and municipality) for Wallonia
Total of undeveloped aera en de part of undeveloped aera in relation to the total surface - Flanders
The areas not included in the settelement area considered to be categories of open space. However, open space should not be confused with green or undeveloped space. The settelement area also includes various forms of non-paved green space, such as gardens and parks or sports grounds and these are counted as developed area. These indicators show the total area of open space expressed in m² en de part of open area in relation to the total surface per administrative unit (region, province, district and municipality) for Flanders.
Web service with currently available electronic terrain and obstacle data in Area 1 related to: - Implementing Regulation (EU) No 2017/373 on, inter alia, the common requirements for air navigation service providers, as subsequently amended; - Annex 15 to the Chicago Convention on International Civil Aviation; - ICAO document 10066 PANS-AIM: Procedures for air navigation services, Aeronautical Information Management.
Share of the cadastral surface area that is artificially developed in the cadastral surface area and not unknown to the administrative entity (region, province, district and municipality) for Wallonia
TopoMaps is a WMS allowing visualizing all images corresponding to the standard topographic cartographies made by the National Geographic Institute. As a result, it allows viewing cartographies on a 1:25 000 scale (Top25Map), on a 1:50 000 scale (Top50Map), on a 1:100 000 scale (Landcover100Map) and on a 1:250 000 scale (Top250Map), as well as the administrative map (AdminMap). With the exception of the administrative map, the cartographies show all themes of the topo-geographic inventory of the Belgian territory (ITGI) which is made and kept up-to-date by the National Geographic Institute: land use, transport, hydrography, buildings and constructions, relief, map lettering and toponyms. The cartographies on the 1:25 000 and the 1:50 000 scales have a low resolution ( a high resolution version is for sale), whereas the small scales are represented with a high resolution, as they can be downloaded for free.
This dataset corresponds to the dataset of address points on the Belgian territory. The result is obtained by merging the three regions on the basis of XML files which has been supplied to BOSA for the BeStAdress project. The dataset is freely downloadable.
Settlement area is defined here in terms of land use. Settelement area is the space occupy to live, work, relax and move around. This includes everything that seals the soil but also includes various forms of non-paved green space, such as gardens and parks or sports grounds and these are therefore not counted as open space. These indicators show the total settelement area expressed in m² and the part of the settlement area in relation to the total area per administrative entity (region, province, district and municipality) for Flanders.
CartoWeb.be is a Web Service (WMTS/WMS) containing cartographic representations covering 11 scale levels. CartoWeb.be offers a cartographic representation which has been developed specifically for on-screen viewing of the NGI’s most recent vector data sets. Three versions are available for the Belgian territory: 1) a TOPO layer containing a cartographic representation at all scales; 2) a GREY layer, which is the symbolisation in different shades of grey and blue of the TOPO layer. It constitutes an ideal map background; 3) an OVERLAY (1:2 500 - 1:25 000) layer destined to be used as an overlay on other data (orthophotographs for instance). This layer contains the symbolisation of a few layers only. A fourth layer, CROSSBORDER, is available in order to allow viewing (only on the smallest scales) the European context of Belgium. The extent of this representation is limited and could change in the following versions. It is best to combine the CROSSBORDER layer with the TOPO layer.