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  • 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.

  • This dataset includes the RGB & NI (Red, Green, Blue and Near-Infrared) orthophotos created in 2021. The images cover the entire Brussels Capital Region, with a resolution of 5 and 40 centimeters.

  • 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.

  • This dataset includes the RGB & NIR (Red, Green, Blue and Near-Infrared) orthophotos created in 2023. The images cover the entire Brussels Capital Region, with a resolution of 40 and 5 centimeters.

  • The Brusky Ortho 1930-1935 product is a set of gray scale (black and white) orthophotomaps covering apart of the current territory of the Brussels Region. The images used for these orthophotoplans were taken between 1930 and 1935.

  • The Brusky Ortho 1971 product is a set of gray scale (black and white) orthophotomaps covering the territory of the Brussels Region. The images used for these orthophotoplans were taken in 1971.

  • The Brusky - ground photographs product brings together a collection of historical georeferenced photographs, taken on the ground or in the immediate vicinity of the ground, of buildings of interest in the current Brussels Region that form part of its remarkable heritage.

  • The Brusky Ortho 1953 product is a set of gray scale (black and white) orthophotomaps covering the current territory of the Brussels Region. The images used for these orthophotoplans were taken in 1953. The dataset is freely downloadable as a zipped file.

  • This dataset includes the RGB (Red, Green, Blue) orthophotos created in 2019. The images cover the entire Brussels Capital Region, with a resolution of 5 centimeters.

  • This dataset includes the RGB & NI (Red, Green, Blue and Near-Infrared) orthophotos created in 2020. The images cover the entire Brussels Capital Region, with a resolution of 5 centimeters.