One of the most important tasks of the Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) is the production of various base maps. This includes in particular the topographic coverage of the entire country of Japan. The maps serve as a basis for the production of further maps such as area maps for administration, road maps, land use maps and many others.
The Geospatial Information Authority of Japan (GSI) is the national land surveyor office which carries out all basic surveying and mapping in Japan. The data obtained provides the basis for the management of Japanese territory.
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.
Kortforsyníngen, also known as SDFE (Styrelsen for Dataforsyning og Effektivisiering), brings together all the material from Danish maps and geostats. Kortforsyníngen provides access to the most up-to-date raster and vector-based topographic data nationwide.