Comprehensive Infrastructure Data for Complete Location Insights

Infrastructure mapping is all about creating a detailed blueprint of physical and organizational structures. This isn't just about making a map look pretty; it's crucial for several reasons:

1. Planning and Development

2. Maintenance and Management

3. Emergency Response

4. Environmental Protection

5. Economic Analysis

6. Public Accessibility


Elevate your mapping experience with our cutting-edge Infrastructure Data. Dive into a world of detail with our extensive location information, encompassing everything from roads and rivers to transmission lines, pipelines, wind turbines, power plants, and boundaries. Our data doesn't just skim the surface; it provides a deep dive into the geographical tapestry of your location.

Simplifying the complexity of land mapping, our detailed infrastructure data, paired with our Land Grid and Land Ownership layers (now enhanced with building footprints), offers an unmatched comprehensive view.


In the real world, infrastructure mapping isn't just about tracing lines and plotting points on a map. It's a fundamental tool that shapes the planning, building, and maintenance of the spaces we live in. It bridges the gap between theoretical planning and real-world execution, ensuring that developments are sustainable, efficient, and aligned with both human and environmental needs.

Discover the market's most thorough geographic data offering and transform your understanding of any location.


Land Parcels FAQ

Where does your land grid data come from?

We source our land grid data directly from the Railroad Commission, the Bureau of Land Management and from Operators.

How do you standardize data generally?

The main way we make data much easier to work with is by standardizing the column names of the raw data provided. For our land grid, we do standardize the values in most columns. We convert the data in our system to a standard table schema, with consistent column names across the nationwide dataset.

How do you deliver bulk data?

All bulk data is provided via SFTP as zip files of each county in the format of your choice using a pull model. End delivery is customizable with no extra costs.

How do I download your land grid data?

We use the “Secure File Transfer Protocol”, also called SFTP. This is supported in most traditional FTP clients and SSH client software.

When was your land grid data last updated?

On average, our land grid is refreshed two times per year. All data is tracked with the date of “DATEUSLG”

What software can I use to work with your data?

Editing or working with most of our data requires software for working with geographic and geospatial data. There is free and open source desktop software to work this kind of data called QGIS.

What about Google Earth?

We provide KML/KMZ options for Google Earth and Google Earth Pro, but neither of those applications support editing our data, only viewing the data. If you need to make changes to the data you get from us, you will need a desktop application like QGIS discussed above

How large is the nationwide dataset?

The nationwide land grid dataset is approximately 400-800 GB uncompressed, varying by file format, storage method, attribute tier, and other factors.

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