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  • This dataset was reported by the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg under the EU Directive 2012/18/EU (Seveso III). Facilities are classified into two categories: either lower-tier establishments or upper-tier establishments. The Grand Duchy of Luxembourg currently has 9 lower-tier establishments and 9 upper-tier establishments. The "Inspection du travail et des mines", under the authority of the Minister responsible for Labor, performs technical missions to collect information, advise, monitor, inspect, coordinate and contact the authorities of the countries neighbors of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and of the European authorities, missions carried out on behalf of the above-mentioned minister as competent authority.

  • This dataset represents coverage data harmonized according to INSPIRE. It is an airborne geophysical map representing the count of Uranium. This image has been reprojected to EPSG:3035.

  • This dataset contains the buildings in 3D on the national territory of the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg. The 3D buildings were made based on the aerial shots of summer 2020 (flight period: end of July, beginning of August and mid-September 2020; flight height: +/- 3500 m above the ground) by photogrammetric rendering of the roofs (QME in x, y and z ≤ 20 cm), followed by downward extrusion and texturing of the resulting 3D models of the buildings with the oblique shots. Only the roofs of buildings with a footprint greater than 20 m2 were entered, taking into account superstructures (e.g. dog-sitting) whose longest side exceeds 50 cm and which have a volume greater than 1 m3. The 3D buildings correspond to the LOD (Level of Detail) 2.2 classification. This dataset has been harmonized according to the INSPIRE theme "Buildings" data specification.

  • 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).

  • This dataset includes: • Preservation zones of landscape structures (Grands ensembles paysagers - GEP) • Inter-urban green zones (Zones vertes interurbaines - ZVI) • Green areas (Coupures vertes) The dataset is structured according to the INSPIRE Annex III Theme - Land Use [For more information...](http://amenagement-territoire.public.lu/fr/plans-caractere-reglementaire/plans-sectoriels/paysage.html)

  • This dataset includes data from non-telemetric air quality networks: - Dust fallout network - Fine dust collection network according to the filter reference method The view service of this dataset support time requests. The different wms shows value of measurements at a precise timestamp.

  • The geostatistical interpolation map shows in real time the most probable distribution of the pollutant fine particles (PM10) between the different fixed measurement points that make up the telemetric network of Luxembourg, this at a resolution of 1km2.

  • The dataset represents the tramway transport network as coordinated by the Verkéiersverbond. The constantly updated data can be viewed on the geoportal (http://g-o.lu/3/jOPk).

  • The LUGRID grid system has been designed by the National Museum of Natural History of Luxembourg to allow for biological grid based recording of species. It is based on LUREF reference frame and is based on a division along the x and y lines of the Gauss-Luxembourg coordinate system into four 100 km square areas LA, LB, LC, LD . Grids can have 10km, 1km, 0.1 km or 0.001 km sizes. The grids are written as follows: two letter symbols (LA, LB, LC or LD) two groups of equal amount of number symbols. The amount of number symbols in each group indicates the resolution of the grid: 1 number (eg. LC 3 4) -> 10km grid, 2 numbers (eg. LC 34 45) - >1 km grid, 3 (eg. LC 342 458) - > 0.1 km grid, 3 numbers (eg. LC 3429 4581 -> 0.01 km grid

  • Geologic faults of Luxembourg at the resolution of 1:350000