Expanding Marine Mapping Programme - 18/08/2009
Following an agreement with the Norwegian Hydrographic Service, SeaZone is rolling out the next stage of its global marine mapping programme. The contract, signed at the 4th Extraordinary International Hydrographic Conference in Monaco, provides SeaZone access to base data for the whole of the North Sea, which will be used to improve the coverage of SeaZone HydroSpatial, and other geographic information products.
SeaZone HydroSpatial is the first "off the shelf" authoritative digital marine mapping, engineered and maintained from raw material from hydrographic offices and other data agencies. HydroSpatial provides reference information comparable with land mapping and is designed for easy access and cost-effective use in desktop and web GIS, satisfying the majority of user needs and applications. SeaZone Hydrospatial consists of six topic layers including Bathymetry and Elevation, Natural and Physical Features, Structures and Obstructions, Socio Economic and Marine Use, Conservation and Environmental Protection and Climate and Oceanography.
Last updated: 28/08/2020