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Road Signs

Data on road signage along the road network.

Jakarto's data include the geolocation (X, Y, Z) of the signage. These data include images collected along the road network (poles, posters, types and optionally, textual content):

  • Danger
  • Indication
  • Auxiliary panels
  • Construction
  • According to the official database model. Other modeling options available on request.

The signage inventory is generated from Jakarto's HD LiDAR data already available in the Jakartowns web application. Check out our coverage map.


Type de Data

The signage inventory is generated from HD LiDAR data, collected images, and Jakartowns, the web platform that allows for data consultation. This inventory data is provided as a single deliverable, which includes a bonus.

  • 2D Data: Data file (.shp) containing the geolocation of each sign;
  • Jakartowns context URL: For each element, a hyperlink is associated and activatable to open Jakartowns directly at the location of the sign in order to visualize its entire geographical context.



Inventory Technical Details

Road sign Inventory

  • Road sign’s unique identifier
  • Road sign's position
  • Road sign's support unique identifier
  • Road sign's P code
  • Road sign's clearance in meters
  • Street name
  • Road sign's major class
  • Road sign’s official model
  • Road sign's picture
  • Hyperlink to view the location in Jakartowns
  • Capture date

Support Inventory

  • Support’s unique identifier
  • Support’s position
  • Support’s height from its base to its top in meters
  • Support’s type
  • Hyperlink to view the location in Jakartowns
  • Capture date

Key information

Geographic coverage In the event that your geography is not yet in the Jakarto catalog, and according to our geographic coverage planning, the data you desire could be produced as a priority. In the case of a geography outside our planning, they could be produced on request and after evaluation. 
Quality and completeness

Although every effort is made to ensure the completeness of the inventory data, it is possible that the inventories may not be 100% complete. If an object obstructs the view of the capture unit, an item behind it cannot be recorded. Therefore, items might be missing in the delivered inventories; we try to limit the proportion of such occurrences.


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