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|Definitionskos:definition||Feature data tiling, colloquially referred to as 'vector tiling', is a method that defines how large vector geospatial datasets can be systematically split into subsets or tiles . Feature data tiling allows for a variety of use-cases, such as creating online maps, quickly accessing large vector data sets for geoprocessing and creating download-services. For instance, a map created from tiled feature data consists of one or more layers of vector data organized into tiles of features and rendered on the client-side using an associated style. In contrast, raster tiles are delivered as tiled images that have been rendered on the server-side.NOTEThis engineering report interchangeably uses both 'tiled feature data' and the colloquial term 'vector tiles'.|
|labellabel||OGC Vector Tiles Pilot: Tiled Feature Data Conceptual Model Engineering Report|
|Creatorcreator||Jens Ingensand, Kalimar Maia|
|Alternative LabelaltLabel||Tiled Feature Data Conceptual Model Engineering Report|
|OGC document typedoctype||Public Engineering Report|