Hundreds of Spatial Datasets Ready to Use

Vegard J. Løwe

Co-Founder & COO

Hundreds of Spatial Datasets Ready to Use

GIS (Geographic Information System) relies on a wide range of data sources, including satellite imagery, governmental data, and proprietary data. The availability of these data sources can vary depending on factors such as location, time, and quality. It is essential to have access to up-to-date and accurate data to ensure the accuracy and reliability of GIS analysis. Typically, it is a very tedious and time-consuming task to find and collect the necessary data needed to perform analyses.

Introducing Atlas Data Hub

We are proud to introduce the Atlas Data Hub, which comes with hundreds of ready-to-use datasets from vetted sources. By using the Data Hub our customers can dramatically reduce the cost of acquiring third-party data. The platform provides a seamless process to discover and access data from a fast-growing catalog of premium providers and public sources across many different data categories including environmental, infrastructure and energy.

Simple Access

The Data Hub is designed to be user-friendly and intuitive, making it easy for users to navigate and find the data they need. Users can search for data based on various criteria, such as location, type of data, and category. Once they have found the data they need, users can view the data on a map and use it in their GIS analysis.

Connected to Governmental Data Servers

The Data Hub is connected to governmental WMS (Web Map Service) servers to allows users to access a wide range of geospatial data from various government agencies. It serves as a centralized repository of geospatial data, providing users with a single point of access to a wealth of information. This ensures that the data used in GIS analysis is accurate and up-to-date, as the Data Hub is designed to be integrated with WMS servers that are regularly updated by government agencies.


Among numerous other sources, the Data Hub enables you to use data from OpenStreetMap (OSM). OSM is a collaborative, open-source mapping platform that provides a wide range of geospatial data. It is a global database of available geographic data, maintained by a community of contributors. As a result, it is often more up-to-date than other commercial mapping platforms.

Additionally, OSM data is often more accurate and detailed than other mapping platforms, particularly in areas where commercial mapping providers have limited coverage. By combining OSM with governmental sources you are able to cross-check the data and ensure the accuracy and reliability of the data.

If you are a data provider interested in adding your datasets to the Data Hub, we would love to hear from you — please contact us.

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