The Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying (BEV) is an Austrian federal authority whose tasks include everything related metrology and verification as well as surveying and geoinformation. The BEV provides the entire metrological infrastructure of Austria and is the basis for trade in measurable goods and services, industrial production and the safety of man and the environment.
The Federal Office of Metrology and Surveying (BEV) is located in Vienna and has 58 other offices in all federal provinces. It is responsible for the collection of national base geodata, which form the basis of the Austrian spatial data infrastructure. This includes the basic surveying, the creation and maintenance of the cadastre to document the spatial allocation of property rights to land and buildings, as well as the topographic surveys.
The Outdooractive map is based on official geodata. A defined and prepared route network for all activities as well as relevant tourist information from our partners deliver reliable route planning and orientation once you are on site.
Digital maps are the bedrock of your online route planning. To provide you with material that covers the whole world, we work with information from OpenStreetMap (OSM), which is an international community project that collects and assembles geodata into a freely usable world map.
The history of the Norwegian Cadastral and Land Registry Authority (Kartverket) goes back to 1773. It has always had national responsibility for geographical information, the national property register and all property registration in Norway.