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android, ios, windowsWherever you go, use Karttaselain to get the most precise maps of the area. You can use it to plan forest routes or check cadastral boundaries and . Karttaselain offers you many interesting maps such as topographic maps nautical charts aerial maps. There are also a lot of useful features:...
Coronavirus is spreading fast in Europe and in Finland. This showcase visualises the number of infections in Finland and shows them on a map. Coronavirus map works well on mobile as well. Showcase uses open data from Helsingin Sanomat. The data is updated automatically every two minutes. Note...
pc, tabletti, älypuhelinSääasema aims to be the most precise short-term weather forecast in Finland. It shows automatically the current weather in your location. The map shows for example rain radar layer, air temperatures, wind speed and wind direction. The service uses constantly updating open weather data from...
Tuulikartta.info - weather observations in real time Weather observation data from the Finnish Meteorological Institute and from the Finnish Transport Infrastructure Agency. Tuulikartta.info is based on the Finnish Meteorological Institute's open data.
Halaa puuta -website shows you what kind of tree you just hugged! The trees planted by the City of Helsinki visualised on a map. By selecting a certain tree, you're able to see more detailed information about it. You can also locate yourself on the map to see what kind of trees you have around...