What is a vector map? A digital vector map is a data collection of vectors related to certain geographic locations, with attached features and mutual relations.
A well-structured vector map database is a dynamic product that can be integrated with other databases and it is well suited for GIS use.
COWI produces different types of vector maps, including detailed, technical maps, index maps and topographic maps. Use of technical maps
The digital map products are used for many purposes such as:
- Management of building projects
- Registration and planning of utility networks
- Route optimisation and route planning
- Measuring distances and areas
- Determination of development strategies
- Registration of location data
- Presentation of information