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Open Map Local

OS Open Map – Local (OML) is one of the most detailed generalised open mapping products available and is designed to provide contextual mapping for your applications or web pages. It offers users a clear contextual view of the world whilst also enabling the undertaking of analytical activities.

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What is Open Map Local?

OS Open Map - Local is a mapping dataset designed for providing contextual mapping output on paper, PCs, hand-held devices, or the Internet; OS Open Map – Local is available as pre-styled static images (Raster data) intelligent Vector data. The vector format of the product consists of layers to enable you to customise and style output to suit your needs. OS Open Map – Local offers customers and partners a clear contextual view of the world whilst also enabling the undertaking of analytical activities. For instance, the example below displays estimated house price information subject to property value. whilst representing a clear visual representation of the area.

Why use Open Map Local?

Identify hotspots in data; Quickly identify hotspots in data like crime location or property prices. The muted colours of this detailed backdrop map let your information really stand out.

 

Insights for local planning; Get greater insights into land use for local planning. OS OpenMap - Local doesn't just pinpoint schools, hospital and other major facilities, it maps the grounds they occupy.

 

Raster version; OS OpenMap – Local includes a raster image option, carefully styled in the light of customer feedback. This is easy to load in a GIS and lets you start analysing quicker.

 

Private roads and tracks; To help you navigate around Britain, OS are adding more names, such as those of isolated homes and farms, and roads, both public and private. This detail comes into its own in rural and suburban areas.

 

Flexible Licence; A flexible licence allows publication on websites, in brochures, etc

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Samples

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