Modern technologies have revolutionized almost all areas of life and the functioning of society, including sectors such as cartography and map analysis. In the past, they were created by hand, and now they are created on computers using the latest information technology. What are numerial maps? Where are they used?
Numerical maps are the most commonly prepared geodetic maps in digital form. The purpose of their creation is to visualize geographic data along with posting topological information and geographic features of a given area. Because numerical maps are digital maps, their advantage is quick and uncomplicated updating. They make it possible to link graphical and descriptive data in individual layers and create an extensive set of data on the checked area. Numerical maps are divided into:
Numerical maps contain data on various types of invariant dependencies that define the objects located on them. They are the main element of the Spatial Information System (SIP). The juxtaposition of descriptive and graphic data enables the registration of a given area with the help of an image that will contain precise information of a different nature. What's more, numerical maps can be easily updated and instantly published online. Due to technological development, they are also increasingly used in various industries.
The scope of geodetic and cartographic services in the Subcarpathia region is very wide. OPGK Rzeszów, a company with over 60 years of experience in the geodetic industry in the field of numerical maps, offers, among others:
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