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  • This dataset contains the 2019 Digital Surface Model of Luxembourg, with a resolution of 1 meter. It has been harmonized according to INSPIRE. In february 2019, the ACT has executed a LiDAR flight for the whole country. One of the results of this dataset is a digital surface model. The numerical surface model is derived from data from the LiDAR 2019 overflight. For the calculation of the MNS, all the points in the point cloud were used, except the points classified as "power lines" (representing high voltage lines) and the points classified as “noise points” (representing errors). With a density of 15 points per m2, it is possible that several points are located in a pixel. The pixel value (50x50 cm) represents the maximum of the altimetric values inside the pixel surface. The numerical model of the surface contains for each pixel the maximum value of the absolute height.

  • In the scope of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requiring countries and airports to provide electronic Terrain and Obstacle Data (eTOD), the Administration de la navigation aérienne has been tasked by the Government to take the steps necessary to comply with this requirement. This Digital Surface Model (DSM) is the result of a first LIDAR survey flight that has been done in October 2017 and is of a higher resolution than required by ICAO, thus for general purpose, harmonied according to INSPIRE requirements. For this reason this DSM also uses the national reference systems LUREF and NGL. The data itself is split up in 4 different areas, which are specified as follows: Area 1: The entire territory of Luxembourg; Area 2: Terminal Control Area (this area is larger than the territory of Luxembourg); Area 3: Aerodrome movement area; Area 4: Category II or III operations (Runway 24).

  • In the scope of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) requiring countries and airports to provide electronic Terrain and Obstacle Data (eTOD), the Administration de la navigation aérienne has been tasked by the Government to take the steps necessary to comply with this requirement. This Digital Terrain Model (DTM) is the result of a first LIDAR survey flight that has been done in October 2017 and is of a higher resolution than required by ICAO, thus for general purpose, harmonized according to INSPIRE requirements. For this reason this DTM also uses the national reference systems LUREF and NGL. The data itself is split up in 4 different areas, which are specified as follows: Area 1: The entire territory of Luxembourg; Area 2: Terminal Control Area (this area is larger than the territory of Luxembourg); Area 3: Aerodrome movement area; Area 4: Category II or III operations (Runway 24).

  • INSPIRE version of the 2019 Infrared Orthophoto of the ACT. The pixel size is 20cm.

  • Land cover is a physical description of the space and (bio) physical occupation observed on the earth's surface.

  • INSPIRE version of the 2010 Orthophoto of the ACT. The pixel size is 25cm. Light versions (1m, 10m) available.

  • This dataset contains land cover data of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg from the European CorineLandCover 2006 survey. It has been harmonized according to INSPIRE

  • This dataset contains Elevation height points of the Grand-Duchy of Luxembourg. It has been harmonized according to INSPIRE.

  • This dataset contains the 2019 Digital Terrain Model of Luxembourg, with a resolution of 1 meter. It has been harmonized according to INSPIRE. In february 2019, the ACT has executed a LiDAR flight for the whole country. One of the results of this dataset is a digital height model. The public version is presented with a reduced resolution. For reasons of protection of certain sensible sites and the national archeological heritage, only a desensitized and with less resolution in the woods is made available to the general public.

  • INSPIRE version of the 2019 Orthophoto of the ACT. The pixel size is 20cm.