If you missed out our webinar yesterday on Rhino User Webinar: Designing smarter buildings with geospatial data or if you attended but are now seeking the Open GIS Data Site he mentioned, your search ends here. We've got you covered with a comprehensive list of websites hosting Open GIS Data, accumulated over the past few years. Whether you're a GIS professional or simply interested in exploring geospatial information, these sites are invaluable resources for your workflows.
But that's not all—we also invite you to contribute to this list and help us expand its scope. If you know of any additional Open GIS Data Sites that should be included, kindly reach out to us via email at email@example.com.
When it comes to finding geospatial data for any country or city, a quick search can yield thousands of results. Based on our experience, the most reliable data, though occasionally slow to update, often originates from governmental sources. Governments typically maintain extensive databases containing valuable geographic information that can enhance your projects and analyses.
In addition to governmental sources, there are numerous open-source data initiatives that deserve recognition for their exceptional work in curating data from public submissions and contributions. These initiatives play a vital role in facilitating concept design and providing a deeper understanding of the spatial complexities surrounding your projects.
By harnessing the power of Open GIS Data, you can unlock a wealth of information, enabling you to make informed decisions, perform spatial analyses, and gain valuable insights. Find below the map and list with all the Open GIS Data websites we have been gathering.
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CityLite.io, is a prime example of an initiative dedicated to providing an open-source platform for disseminating open geospatial data. We have been actively updating our repository of government data websites from around the world.