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  • Colour orthophotography of Andalusia at 50 cm resolution, based on digital photogrammetric flights from 2013, with a geometric resolution of 0.45 metres. These photogrammetric flights were carried out as part of the National Aerial Orthophotography Plan project. The project is managed by the Directorate General of the National Geographic Institute (IGN) and the National Centre for Geographic Information (CNIG), both part of the Ministry of Public Works, in coordination with the other ministries involved and with each Autonomous Community and its competent departments (Public Works, Agriculture, Environment, etc.). Production is decentralised to each Autonomous Community team, with the National Geographic Institute being responsible for final validation and integration of the resulting products.

  • Colour orthophotography of Andalusia at a resolution of 1 metre, obtained from a photogrammetric flight carried out between June and July 2007 at an altitude of 9,000 metres and with RGB and infrared information. The Digital Model obtained from the 1:20,000 scale flight of 2001-2002 has been used, updating it by means of restitution in the areas where changes in the elevations of the terrain have been observed. In this way, a new digital elevation model has been obtained, updated to the date of the flight with a spacing of 20 metres and with the break lines that define the abrupt changes in slope, as well as different structures such as bridges, roads, slopes, etc. A continuous orthophotography of Andalusia has been obtained, both readiometrically and geometrically at a geometric resolution of one metre and with RGB and Infrared information. The images are distributed in sheets, according to the MTN distribution at a scale of 1:10.000.

  • Colour orthophotography of Andalusia at 50 cm resolution, based on digital photogrammetric flights from 2010, with a geometric resolution of 0.45 metres for the Southwest quadrant, and 0.34 metres geometric resolution for the Southeast quadrant. Colour orthophotography of Andalusia at 50 cm resolution, based on digital photogrammetric flights of 2011, with a geometric resolution of 0.45 metres for the Northwest quadrant, and 0.45 metres geometric resolution for the Northeast quadrant. These photogrammetric flights were carried out as part of the Basic National Aerial Orthophotography Plan (PNOA Básico) project. The project is managed by the Ministry of Public Works, through the Directorate General of the National Geographic Institute (IGN) and the National Centre for Geographic Information (CNIG), in coordination with the Ministries concerned and with the Autonomous Communities and their Departments and competent bodies, co-financed by the Regional Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and the Environment, with the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography being the body responsible for this area, Production is decentralised by each regional team, with the IGN being responsible for the final validation and integration of the resulting products.

  • Vector urban cartography at a scale of 1:500, carried out between 1992 and 2011. From the year 2000 it was carried out on seven urban centers: Alájar, Carmona, Morón de la Frontera, Guadix, Alcazaba de Baza (Baza), Parque del Alamillo (Santiponce), El Palmeral Park (Garrucha). This cartography is available through the Line @ download system and through the WMS service offered in the IdeAndalucía of the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography. The equidistance of curves is 0.5m and master curves every 2.5m. The original spatial reference system was the ED50 and from July 2007 the ETRS89 spatial reference system began to be used. It encompasses spindles 29 and 30. In compliance with INSPIRE regulations and Royal Decree 1071/2007, of July 27, which regulates the official reference geodetic system in Spain, which requires the use of the ETRS89 reference system as of January 1, 2015 , all the cartographies that were made in the ED50 reference system have been transformed to ETRS89.

  • 1:2.000 vector urban cartography, carried out between 2000 and 2011, comprising a total of 1.213 urban centers. The equidistance is 2m and master curves every 10m. The original spatial reference system was the ED50 and from July 2007 the ETRS89 reference system began to be used. It encompasses spindles 29 and 30. In compliance with the INSPIRE regulations and Royal Decree 1071/2007, of July 27, which regulates the official geodetic reference system in Spain, which requires the use of the ETRS89 reference system to As of January 1, 2015, all the maps that were carried out in the ED50 reference system have been transformed to ETRS89.

  • Colour orthophotography of Andalusia at 1m resolution, based on analogue photogrammetric flights carried out between 1998 and 2001.

  • Vector urban cartography at a scale of 1:1000, carried out between the years 1992 and 2011. As of the year 2000, it was carried out between the years 2000 and 2011, encompassing a total of 475 urban centers. This cartography is available through the Line@ download system and through the WMS service offered in the IdeAndalucía of the Andalusian Institute of Statistics and Cartography. The equidistance is 1m and master curves every 5m. The original spatial reference system was the ED50 and from July 2007 the ETRS89 spatial reference system began to be used. It encompasses spindles 29 and 30. In compliance with the INSPIRE regulations and Royal Decree 1071/2007, of July 27, which regulates the official geodetic reference system in Spain, which requires the use of the ETRS89 reference system to As of January 1, 2015, all the maps that were carried out in the ED50 reference system have been transformed to ETRS89.

  • Black and white orthophotographs with a resolution of 0.5 metres, obtained from the black and white photogrammetric flight of Andalusia at a scale of 1:20.000.

  • Vector urban cartography at a scale of 1:5.000 carried out between 2000 and 2011, comprising a total of 41 urban centers. The equidistance is 5m and master curves every 25m. The original spatial reference system was ED50 and from July 2007 the ETRS89 spatial reference system began to be used. It encompasses spindles 29 and 30 In compliance with the INSPIRE regulations and Royal Decree 1071/2007, of July 27, which regulates the official geodetic reference system in Spain, which requires the use of the ETRS89 reference system from From January 1, 2015, all the cartographies that were made in the ED50 reference system have been transformed to ETRS89.

  • Colour orthophotography of Andalusia produced at a resolution of 1 metre, based on the colour photogrammetric flight, at a scale of 1:60,000, carried out between June and October 2004. It is presented organised according to the distribution of sheets of the Topographic Map of Andalusia 1:10.000.