Public WFS services enables access to open data from Spatial Planning Information System which is maintained by the Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning
National Maps are cartographically processed topographic data, which are managed in the national spatial coordinate reference system and are presented in the national cartographic projection. National Maps are managed in digital format. National maps for the territory of the Republic of Slovenia are: - National Topographic Map at a scale 1 : 50 000, - National General Maps at a scales 1 : 250 000, 1 : 500 000, 1 : 750 000 and 1 : 1 000 000, - maps produced on the basis of an agreement or contract with the public authorities of other countries or international civil institutions and organizations and are showing the territory of the Republic of Slovenia.
This download service provides INSPIRE compliant data.
SIGNAL Network Data is a database about observations on a permanent GNSS stations and observations corrections based on processing of observations on multiple reference stations in a SIGNAL network. SIGNAL (Slovenia-Geodesy-NAvigation-Location) is the national network of permanent GNSS stations in Slovenia. The network consists of 16 permanent GNSS stations, distributed throughout the country. It represents the basis of the national geoinformation infrastructure. In combination with 0.order network and the national geodetic EUREF points forms the framework of the new Slovenian national coordinate system. Users have a choice to select two types of SIGNAL Network Data: - data of permanent GNSS stations are transmitted in a real time in a currently valid version of the RTCM format. Besides code and phase observation corrections, data about a permanent GNSS station are also transmitted. - data of permanent GNSS stations are used for post-processing and transmitted in the form of RINEX files in the currently valid version of the RINEX format.
Information about legal status defined by spatial plans is kept in the Database of Spatial Plans. Documentation and information form the preparation of spatial plans is also kept in the database. The Database of Spatial Plans includes data about geographical areas of spatial plans and data about planned land use from local spatial plans.
The database contains data about SLOvenian Absolute Model of Geoid from the year 2000 (SLOAMG2000). It is an astro-gravimetrical model, determined by a combined method. It is calculated by the least squares collocation method, using the "remove-restore" techniques. It refers to the GRS80 ellipsoid. The global geopotencial model EGM96 is used for the calculation. It is given in the form of a grid. The geoid model is used for the transformation of the ellipsoid heights (GNSS technology) into the normal-orthometric heights (above sea level) and vice versa. Heights above the sea level refers to the Slovenian height system SVS2000 with Trieste datum. The ondulation of geoid in Slovenia range from 44,140 to 48,724 m, with an average value of 46,453 m. Note: values are given only within the boundaries of Slovenia.
Vector data collection DPK 750V is an object-oriented cartographic database at 1 : 750 000 scale. Elements on the map are divided into eight object groups: mathematical elements, settlements and objects, communications, relief, hydrography, land cover, boundaries and dividing line, geographical names. The data set is used for "rough" geo-orientation and for the needs of large scale and thematic displaying.
Catalogue of Public Legal Regimes includes data about dataset of legal regimes, which are available as services in the Spatial Planning Information System. Original datasets about legal regimes are maintained by the responsible public institutions (local communities or governmental institutions).
Public WMS services enables access to open data from Spatial Planning Information System which is maintained by the Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning
The underground geothermal conditions can be presented, irrespective of the aquifers' position, with the appropriate geothermal maps. This map represents the expected isotherms at a depth of 2000 m and is derived from Geothermal map - Expected temperatures at a depth of 2000 m, which is made with data from 240 boreholes. It is made on the basis of measured temperatures in accessible boreholes throughout the country. However, since the temperature field depends on the geological structure in the depths and tectonic characteristics, the course of the isotherms is a result of many influences, such as thermal conductivity of rocks, permeability and fracturing of rocks, all of which are reflected in the measured temperatures in boreholes. In this depth also a radiogenic heat production in the rocks has smaller influence. The distribution of boreholes, which were useful for the measurement of temperature, is very uneven and different as regard the depths. Following the expected temperatures at a depth of 2000 m a stronger positive anomaly is in the northeastern part of Slovenia, from the line Maribor-Rogatec to the east, while in the eastern part of the Krka basin the anomaly is not so much visible any more. In the northeastern part of the country the anomaly is the result of the thinning of the Earth's crust and greater conductive heat flow from the Earth's mantle.