Feature Types

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Code Feature Type Definition
112 AWS An Automatic Weather Station
123 Bedrock contour line Imaginary lines that connect points of equal value of bedrock surface elevation
125 Bedrock spot height Altitude of a point of the bedrock surface
126 Bench mark A location where the elevation above the height datum has been measured.
131 Bollard A short post on a quay or ship for securing a rope.
135 Building A permanent walled and roofed construction or the ruin of such a construction.
439 Building corners More detailed information about a building. Specifically elevation, height and the rl_of_floor_level at each corner of the building.
139 Cable support A supporting structure eg. for supporting cables and pipes.
152 Contour line Imaginary lines, or lines on a map or chart, that connect points of equal value, e.g. elevation of the land surface.
153 Control point A location where the geographic coordinates have been measured.
170 Embankment A linear structure, usually of earth or gravel, shaped as to extend above the natural ground surface.
187 Footing A surface for standing on.
194 Generator A device for generating electrical energy.
229 Landing area Any locality either on land, water or structures, including airports/helipads and intermediate landing fields, which is used, or intended to be used, for the landing and takeoff of aircraft. Landing areas may or may not have facilities for the shelter and servicing of aircraft, or for receiving or discharging passengers or cargo.
242 Mast An upright post or lattice-work structure for supporting radio antennas or similar features. Usually supported by guys. (Non directional beacons are stored under beacons)
243 Monument An object, especially large and made of stone, built to remember and show respect to a person or group of people, or a special place made for this purpose.
251 Pad A levelled ground surface.
260 Pole A tall, slender and rounded length of wood or metal, generally vertical, used to give structural support for utility features such as the electrical fittings and cables. May or may not be supported by guys.
271 Radome A dome or covering, protecting communications equipment eg. a radar installation.
452 Scientific Site A location of scientific study site or where a sample was taken. It also includes the location of scientific markers to relocate sites.
310 Spot height Altitude of a point on the land surface
328 Tower A self supporting construction supported by feet. It has latticed uprights and has no guys.
347 Way point A navigation marker.
348 Wharf A structure serving as a berthing place for vessels.