On DINOloket you can consult data about the Dutch subsurface. This data comes from both the DINO database and the Key Register of the Subsurface (BRO). The BROloket only makes BRO data and models available.
As soon as data are delivered to the LV BRO, the next day they are available at DINOloket and BROloket (nightly update). The advantage of the BROloket is that all the data for the legally required use by administrative bodies are in one place. The advantage of the DINOloket is that, in addition to the statutory BRO data, other data and information about the Dutch subsurface is also offered.
Read more about BRO data via DINOloket (Dutch only).
With the arrival of the Key Register of the Subsurface, a lot of data will be transferred from the DINO database to the BRO. However, not everything will be secured in the BRO. Some historical or non-authentic DINO data have re-use value, but do not fit into the new BRO standards. In order to safeguard this information as well, the new GDNR is being developed: the Geological Survey of the Netherlands Repository. This database fulfils an important function in the performance of the tasks of Geological Survey of the Netherlands. Naturally, the Geological Survey will ensure that the data in the GDNR is made accessible via the current DINOloket. So even data that does not go into the BRO will always remain available.