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All address information for online tracking and reports is taken from Gurtam Maps. The formats of the map files for Gurtam Maps are specific vector graphics files that contain a map of a specific area. This format is not editable and is intended for use in the map server of Gurtam Maps.

Gurtam Maps are created from vector maps in different formats such as MP, MapInfo, ESRI Shape, OSM (OpenStreetMap), or KML. Note that a source map should be in the WGS-84 coordinate projection in grades.

Vector maps in the closed Gurtam Maps format allow ADF-based programs to render map images, search for named elements, use geocoding, including reverse geocoding.

Limited access is possible with the maps. It means that the detailed map of some town or region can be available only to users with certain billing plan. To add such maps, forward a request to support@gurtam.com.

Conversion table: polyline

.MPOSMGurtam Maps
CodeKeyValueKeys

Key_

values

Type

GM 

type

Data 

level 

(0-2)

CommentImageIcon

0x0001

highway

motorway



PL

1

2

A restricted access major divided highway, normally with 2 or more running lanes plus emergency hard shoulder. Equivalent to the Freeway, Autobahn, etc.

0-4 

5-9 

10-12 


highway

motorway_link



PL

2

2

The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a motorway from/to a motorway or lower class highway. Normally with the same motorway restrictions.

0-4 

5-7 

0x0002

highway

trunk



PL

3

2

Important roads that are not motorways. Typically maintained by the central, not local government. Need not necessarily be a divided highway.

0-4 

5-9 

10-12 


highway

trunk_link



PL

4

2

The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a trunk road from/to a trunk road or lower class highway.


0-4 

5-7 

0x0003

highway

primary



PL

5

2

Roads generally linking larger towns.


0-5 

6-12 


highway

primary_link



PL

6

2

The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a primary road from/to a primary road or lower class highway.


0-5 

6-7 

0x0004

highway

secondary



PL

7

2

Roads generally linking smaller towns and villages.

0-5 

6-9 


highway

secondary_link



PL

8

2

The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a secondary road from/to a secondary road or lower class highway.


0-5 

6-7 

0x0000

highway

tertiary



PL

9

2

Minor roads.

0-5 

6-8 


highway

tertiary_link



PL

10

2

The link roads (sliproads/ramps) leading to/from a tertiary road from/to other minor roads.


0-5 

0x000a

highway

unclassified



PL

11

1

Unclassified roads typically form the lowest form of the interconnecting grid network.


0-3 

4-7 

0x0042

highway

unsurfaced



PL

12

1

Unpaved roads.


0-3 

4-7 


highway

track



PL

13

1

Roads for agricultural use, gravel roads in the forest etc., usually unpaved/unsealed but may occasionally apply to paved tracks as well.

0x0005

highway

residential



PL

14

1

Roads accessing or around residential areas but which are not a classified or unclassified highway. Streets.

0-4 

5-7 

0x0006

0x000b

0x0008

0x0009

0x0049

highway

living_street



PL

15

1

A street where pedestrians have priority over cars, children can play on the street, the maximum speed is low. Sometimes called Home Zone.

0-2 

3-5 

0x0007

highway

service



PL

16

1

Generally for access to a building, motorway service station, beach, campsite, industrial estate, business park, etc. This is also commonly used for access to parking and trash collection.


0-2 

3-5 


highway

bridleway



PL

17

1

Roads for horses, cartage.



highway

cycleway



PL

18

1

Cycleways for bicycles.



cycleway

lane



PL

18

1

A lane is a route for bicycles that lies within the roadway.



cycleway

track



PL

18

1

A route for bicycles that is separate from the road.


highway

footway



PL

19

1

Footpaths for pedestrians, e.g., walking tracks and gravel paths.

0x0048

0x0016

highway

pedestrian



PL

19

1

For roads used mainly/exclusively for pedestrians/shopping areas. Also for tagging squares and plazas.


highway

bus_guideway



PL

20

1

A busway where the vehicle guided by the way (though not a railway) and is not suitable for other traffic.


0-3 

4-7 


junction

roundabout



PL

21

1

Circle movement.


0-3 

4-6 

0x0014

railway

rail



PL

25

1

Full-sized passenger or freight trains in the standard gauge for the country or state.



railway

tram



PL

26

1

One or two carriage rail vehicles, usually sharing the motor road for trams.

0x001f

waterway

river



PL

30

2

For narrow rivers which will be rendered as a line.


0x0018

waterway

canal



PL

30

1

An artificial open waterway used for transportation, waterpower, or irrigation.


0x0026

waterway

stream



PL

30

1

A naturally-formed waterway that is too thin to be classed as a river. An active, able-bodied person should be able to jump over it if trees along it are not too thick.

0x0044

waterway

drain



PL

30

1

An artificial waterway for carrying storm water or industrial discharge.


waterway

weir



PL

30

1

A barrier built across a river, sometimes to divert water for industrial purposes. Water can still flow over the top.


waterway

dam



PL

31

1

A wall built across a river or stream to impound the water. A dam normally does not have water flowing over the top of it.



aeroway

runway



PL

35

1

A strip of land kept clear and set aside for aeroplanes to take off from and land on.

0x0045

0x001d

boundary

administrative

admin_level

8

PL

191

1

State, county, local council.


0x001c





PL

192

1

Region boundary.


0x001e

boundary

administrative

admin_level

border_type

2

nation

PL

193

2

National boundary.


Conversion table: POI

.MP.OSMGurtam Maps
CodeKeyValueType

GM

type

Data

level
(02)

CommentImageIcon

0xf201

highway

traffic_signals

POI

50

0

Lights that control the traffic.

0xf002

0x2f08

0x2f17

0xf001

0xf003

0xf004

highway

bus_stop

POI

51

0

A small bus stop.


highway

metro

POI

500


Metro.



highway

tram

POI

501


A tram stop.


0x5900

0x5901

highway

airport

POI

503


Airport.


0x2f03

highway

services

POI

52

0

A service station to get food and eat something, often found at motorways.


0xf007

railway

station

POI

53

0

A railway station.

0x4600

amenity

pub

POI

55

0

A place selling beer and other alcoholic drinks; may also provide food or accommodation.


0x2d02

0x2d00

amenity

nightclub

POI

55

0

A nightclub.


0x2a0e

amenity

cafe

POI

55

0

A cafe.


0x4500

amenity

restaurant

POI

55

0

A restaurant.


0x2a0d

amenity

fast_food

POI

55

0

An area with several different restaurant food counters and a shared eating area. Commonly found in malls, airports, etc.


0x2f0b

amenity

parking

POI

56

0

Car park or a parking.


0x2f02

amenity

car_rental

POI

56

0

A place to rent a car.



amenity

taxi

POI

56

0

A place where taxis wait for passengers.


0x2f01

0x4400

amenity

fuel

POI

57

0

Petrol station, gas station, marine fuel, etc.


0x2e05

amenity

pharmacy

POI

58

0

A pharmacy.



amenity

hospital

POI

58

0

A hospital.


0xf001

amenity

bus_station

POI

60

0

Bus station.


0x2f06

amenity

bank

POI

61

0

A bank.



amenity

bureau_de_change

POI

61

0

Currency exchange, a place to change foreign banknotes and traveller's cheques.



amenity

atm

POI

61

0

An ATM or cashpoint.


0x2b00

0x2b01

0x2b02

tourism

hotel

POI

62

0

A hotel, a motel, a guest house



tourism

hostel

POI

62

0

A hostel.


0x0100



POI

302


Capital.


0x0200



POI

63

2

A megalopolis over 5 million people.


0x0300

0x0400

place

city

POI

64

2

A city of 1-5 million people (MP).
A city over 100 thousand people (OSM).


0x0500

0x0600

0x0700

0x0800

0x0900

0x0a00

0x0006

0x0004

place

town

POI

65

1-2

A town from 10 to 100 thousand people.


0x0b00

0x0c00

0x0d00

0x0e00

0x0f00

0x1000

0x1100

0x0010

place

village_greenhamlet

POI

66

1

A village below 10 thousand people.


0x640a



POI

67

0

Captions.




place

continent

POI

195

2

A continent.



0x6602

place

state

POI

196

2

A state.



0x1e00

place

region

POI

197

1

A region.



0x1f00

place

country

POI

198

1

A country, area.



Conversion table: polygon

.MP.OSMGurtam Maps
CodeKeyValueType

GM

type

Data

level
(0-2)

CommentImageIcon

0x0047

0x003b

0x0045

0x0049

0x0040

0x0041

waterway

riverbank

PG

130

2

Used for large rivers, to define an area between the opposite riverbanks.


divided

by size

natural

water

PG

131

2

Lakes, water bodies, etc.


divided

by size

landuse

reservoir

PG

131

2

An artificial reservoir.


0x0028



PG

132

2

Sea, the ocean.



waterway

riverbank

PG

133

2

A large river.



leisure

park

PG

140

1

A park, open green area for recreation.


0x004e

0x004f

0x008e

0x0086

0x0087

0x0088

leisure

garden

PG

141

1

A garden.


0x006d

amenity

townhall

PG

145-146

1

A town hall building (mayor's office), administrative building.


0-2 

0x001a

landuse

grave_vard

PG

147

1

A graveyard, a cemetery.


0x000a

amenity

school

PG

148

1

A school.



amenity

university

PG

148

1

A university.



amenity

college

PG

148

1

A college.


0x3002

amenity

hospital

PG

149

1

A hospital.



shop
building

supermarket

PG

151

1

A supermarket.


0-2 


tourism

camp_site

PG

153

0

Camping, a place where you can pitch a tent.



tourism

caravan_site

PG

153

0

A place where you can park a caravan overnight or for longer periods.



tourism

picnic_site

PG

154

0

A place where you can have an outdoor picnic. May have facilities such as tables and benches.



tourism

theme_park

PG

155

1

A theme park, amusement park.



tourism

attraction

PG

156

0

A general tourism attraction.



tourism

zoo

PG

157

1

A zoo.



tourism

artwork

PG

158

1

A tag for public pieces of art.



historic

archaelogical_site

PG

159

0

Archaeological museum.


0x0050

0x0081

0x0082

0x0083

0x0084

0x0085

0x0052

0x008f

0x0090

0x0091

landuse

forest

PG

165

2

Managed forest or woodland plantation.


0x0001

0x0002

0x0003

landuse

residential

PG

166

1

Predominantly houses or apartment buildings.


0-3 

4-7 


landuse

retail

PG

167

1

Predominantly shops.


0-3 

4-7 


landuse

commercial

PG

168

1

Predominantly office buildings, business parks, etc.


0-3 

4-7 

0x000c

landuse

industrial

PG

169

1

Predominantly workshops, factories, warehouses.


0-3 

4-7 

0x0006



PG

169

0

Garages, vehicle sheds.


0-3  

4-7 


landuse

brownfield

PG

170

1

A district to be developed, an empty area.



landuse

greenfield

PG

170

1

Describes land scheduled for new development where there have been no buildings before.



landuse

railway

PG

171

1

Area for railway use, generally off-limits to the general public.



landuse

construction

PG

172

1

Something under construction.


0x0004

landuse

military

PG

173

1

For land areas owned/used by the military for whatever purpose.



landuse

airport

PG

401

1

Airport area.


0x0014

0x000d

0x0015

0x0016

0x0017

0x001e

0x001f

0x0020

0x0098

natural

wood

PG

184

2

Natural woodland (trees). Only for completely unmanaged/wild areas.


0x0051

0x0096

0x008b

natural

marsh

PG

185

1

Low poorly drained land that is sometimes flooded and often lies at the edge of lakes, streams, etc.


0x0018

sport

golf

PG

194

1

Golf course, football, stadium.



building

palace

PG

207

1

A palace.


0-2  


building

postoffice

PG

208

1

A post office.


0-2  


building

restaurant

PG

209

1

A restaurant.


0-2  

0x006f

0x006f

amenity

public_building

PG

210

1

Public building.


0-2 

0x0013

0x006c

building

yes

PG

210

1

General tag for buildings.


0-2 


denomination

baptist

catholic

christian

evangelical

lutheran

roman_catholic

PG

211

0

A church.


0-2 

0x9999

surface


PG

212

2

Bottom surface.


Gurtam Maps scale

Scale (km)

Scale (m)

Data level

Zoom level

Value

0,02

20

0

-1

2000

0,05

50

0

0

5000

0,1

100

0

1

10000

0,15

150

0

2

15000

0,2

200

0

3

25000

0,5

500

1

4

50000

1

1000

1

5

1000000

2

2000

1

6

2000000

5

5000

1

7

5000000

10

10000

1

8

10000000

20

20000

1

9

20000000

50

50000

2

10

50000000

100

100000

2

11

100000000

150

150000

2

12

150000000

200

200000

2

13

250000000

500

500000

2

14

500000000

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