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The UrbIS - Digital surface model product is a raster image capturing all the objects (natural or built) on the surface of the ground. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.
This dataset includes the RGB & NI (Red, Green, Blue, and Near-Infrared) orthophotos created in 2022. The images cover the entire Brussels Capital Region, with a resolution of 5 centimeters. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.
The "UrbIS - Ortho" product is a set of orthophotoplans covering the territory of the Brussels Region. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.
The UrbIS - Digital terrain model product is a raster image composed of pixels whose value corresponds to altitude. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.
The "UrbIS - Contour lines" product represents the elevation of the Brussels region by means of contour lines with intervals of 0.5 metres. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.
Brussels-Capital Region : The geological model BRUSTRATI3D v1.1 is a set of raster files covering the Brussels-Capital Region. These files contain the roof elevations and the thicknesses of the Stratigraphic Units (SU/BCR) and the Digital Terrain Model (DTM) of the topographic surface used in this model. These rasters have a 10x10m resolution and their reference coordinate system is EPSG 31370 (Belgian Lambert 31370). The documentation relating to the construction oh these data is available at the following addresses (French only): BRUSTRATI3D v1.1 https://document.environnement.brussels/opac_css/index.php?lvl=notice_display&id=10965 BRUSTRATI3D v1.0 https://document.environnement.brussels/opac_css/index.php?lvl=notice_display&id=10964 As the data in this archive is model-based, it may contain errors, inaccuracies and gaps. They should be used with caution and critical thinking. They can in no way replace a field study carried out by an expert. In general, Brussels Environment and the Geological Survey of Belgium cannot, under any circumstances, be held responsible for any damage, direct or indirect, resulting from the use of these data or the impossibility of using them for any reason whatsoever.