Public WFS services enables access to open data from Spatial Planning Information System which is maintained by the Ministry for Environment and Spatial Planning
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.
This download service provides INSPIRE compliant data.
WMS service providing view to Slovenia nacional addresses master level for ELF Cadastre Index Map (CIM), scale < 1:2.000
Register of legal acts is a unique database of all legal acts related with the construction: - building permits - operating permit - legal acts issued in the inspection procedure
The EuroBoundaryMap collection for Slovenia is part of the European collection at 1 : 100 000 scale, which homogenously covers 55 countries.
Hydrogeological map of Slovenia 1:250.000 represent hydrogeological characteristics of overlaying strata. The identification and classification of strata is based on LAWA classification. Hydrogeological units of LAWA classification are defined on type of porosity and basic petrographical composition. Geological strata with kartic porosity were additionaly classified after karstification stage.
The harmonized geological map of Slovenia at a scale of 1:1,000,000 is a simplified version of the 1:250,000 scale Geological Map of Slovenia (Buser, 2009). The latter was compiled from the Basic Geological Map of Slovenia at a scale of 1: 100,000 (contributed by various authors between 1960's and 1980's and updated with new information gathered by S. Buser). The map is basically lithostratigraphic. The two layers incorporated in the map are lithostratigraphic units and major faults. The faults depicted on the map were selected using two criteria; regional extent and tectonic importance. The map presented here was edited specifically for the purpose of the OneGeology-Europe project by M. Bavec, M. Novak, M. Poljak, M. Trajanova and D. Skaberne.
Product by the Pangeo project: http://www.pangeoproject.eu/ PanGeo provides information about the stability of the ground on which we live, work and play. Ground instability, or "geohazards", affect us all. They can be dangerous and costly, yet information on these phenomena can be difficult if not impossible to obtain. The PanGeo service provides entirely free access to geohazard information for many of the largest cities in Europe .