The concept of a base map functions in nomenclature related to geodesy and cartography in various meanings in relation to products, the content and form of which have changed over time. Originally, the basic map was conducted in an analog form, then, along with the development of computer technologies, it evolved towards vector maps, or possibly hybrid ones, i.e. vector-raster ones. Subsequent studies aimed at increasing the information capacity of the master map by linking graphic elements with attribute information, usually stored in external databases.
Currently, the basic map is understood as a cartographic visualization generated on the basis of geospatial data sets, kept in the form of object-oriented databases.
At OPGK Rzeszów Inc., for many years, works related to the development or processing of each of the above-mentioned forms of the main map were carried out.
Most of the orders currently performed include activities related to the processing of previous studies along with bringing them into compliance with the current quality requirements and applicable regulations, in particular: