open information resource in order to use geospatial data (storage, visualization),
organized by UkrGeo in November 2019.


Providing open access to geospatial data on the territory of Ukraine.

Publication of available geospatial data of any geospatial data holder for their free use by various specialists and public authorities and local governments, including through access services that allow them to be displayed on their websites or software.

Publishing of geospatial data by public and local authorities to the public in pursuance of the Law of Ukraine "On National Infrastructure of Geospatial Data".

Providing technical capacity for public and local authorities to consolidate and to use geospatial data for effective management of their territories and industries.

Providing access to certain groups of sectoral, thematic geospatial data to comply with Ukrainian legislation or international obligations, as well as to optimize sectoral governance. For example: certification "cases" of airfields, electronic database of terrain and obstacles to air navigation, engineering networks of regions and settlements, maintaining the "next" map of the settlement and so on.


Free access and the ability to use non-commercial geospatial data of any holder
Paid access for the use of commercial geospatial data produced by private businesses
Storage in the Data Center and enabling the use of geospatial customer data through GEOPORTALUA
Collection, verification and processing of customer`s geospatial data, their formation into a topographic database, administration of this database
Creating custom geospatial data on request. Offline and online sales of geospatial data

Advantages of use

1. No need to have (which saves money):

own powerful server for geospatial data

special software for geographic information systems

highly qualified system administrator

GIS specialists to prepare geospatial data for publication in the geographic information system

2. Purchase of a "cheap" subscription to access geospatial data - instead of buying "expensive" geospatial data.

3. Ability to use updated geospatial data at no extra charge.