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The digital surface model (DSM) 1m is a homogeneous and regular grid of points indicating the height of the earth's surface in order to model the landscape. The product "DSM1meter", abbreviated DSM 1m, gives every 1m in X and Y the height of the earth's surface, i.e. the ground or any other permanent and visible element of the landscape (vegetation, construction, ...) in relation to the Belgian zero level (fictitious zero D of Uccle). It is therefore the orthometric height, commonly called: altitude.
The hillshades are presented as a regular homogeneous grid of points indicating the grey level value resulting from their orientation with respect to the chosen fictitious light source. The 1m hillshade is the view obtained by hillshading of the 1m DTM. The 5m and 20m hillshades are the views obtained by hillshading of the 5m and 20m DTM.
This web service allows viewing datasets from INSPIRE Contour Lines, and DTM.
Top10Vector – Local topography is the data set of the Belgian orography. This data set includes eight classes. First class: earth banks. Second class: additional geometry of the slope surface. Third class: dune zone. Fourth class: historic mounds. Fifht class: cave entrances. Sixth class: cone-shaped slag heap. Seventh class: steep. Eightth class: embanlments. This data set can be bought via the corresponding hyperlink.
This web service allows the visualization of altimetry data. More specifically, it allows to visualize the National Geographic Institute's digital terrain model and the contours associated with it. This service is compliant with the INSPIRE specifications.
The contour lines are the set of lines connecting all points at the same elevation in a model used to represent the relief on a large scale.
The digital terrain model (DTM) is a homogeneous and regular point grid indicating the elevation of the ground level in order to make a model of its surface. The 1m DTM is obtained by interpolation in Lambert 2008 of the raw height data regrouping the source data, in Lambert 72 and at 1m resolution, of the Flemish and Walloon regions. The 5m DTM has as an additional source structure lines and adapted points, during the systematic and continuous updating by photogrammetric surveys. The 20m DTM, available for free download, is obtained by resampling the 1m DTM.
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.
The eTOD digital terrain model (DTM) is a homogeneous and regular point grid indicating the elevation of the ground level in order to make a model of its surface. This DTM is obtained by resampling raw altimetric source data from the Flemish and Walloon Regions, grouped in Lambert 72 and with a resolution of 1 m; as well as data obtained internally by direct photogrammetric recording of structure points and lines based on the most recent aerial photographs for all areas not covered by regional data. For this DTM, the resolution and coordinate reference system are used as defined by the eTOD specifications.
The INSPIRE contour lines used for a cartographic representation of the relief at scale 1:50000, a product of the National Geographic Institute in Belgium. The dataset features are in accordance with the INSPIRE specifications.