For a non-open data option, I work at UKHO, who publish over 15000 ENCs and coverage is fully global. I believe UKHO are one of the only hydrographic offices that maintain global coverage. As you say, most countries will chart their own territorial waters only.
Updates are applied continuously and pushed out to users - I believe that you can download weekly ...
Here's a couple I was able to source. Listed in order of relevancy/trustworthiness.
http://ris.vlaanderen.be/html_en/vaarkaarten/index.html -Belgian government ENCs
http://ienccloud.us -inland USA ENCs, from the Army Geospatial center
https://www.aragon-technologies.com/en/starnavpilot/download_free_nautical_charts.php -Aragon Technologies has compiled a ...
This is an old thread, but its worth updating for this.
Forward/Reverse look ups on Alpha2 and Alpha3 country codes, returns a massive object per country that includes phone codes, currency, iso info, IOC info, postal codes, and more:
I didn't find a map but I was able to upload the topojson file to a site called geojson.io, then I could draw on the new features by hand, download the resulting map and use it in place of the old one.
Finally, I've found trace dataset suitable for the benchmarking, containing 100 traces from different parts of the world. It is described in the article called Dataset for testing and training of map-matching algorithms by Kubicka et al. (available on IEEE).
The dataset itself is stored on zenodo.org as an open-access dataset.
You can download data in LAZ-format which you can covert to las from Lantmäteriet (~The Swedish National Land Survey) from this link. Create account and download via ftp. The lidar data is in folder "Laserdata_Skog". Coverage as of 2019-08-07:
Green-ready to download
Yellow-quality Control in progress
Red-scan in progress
I constructed a 24 billion point lidar point cloud web service available with color information that might be suitable for this task. It is available in Entwine Point Tile format on AWS courtesy of Bohannan Huston and the City of Hobbs, NM. You can view it in Potree at https://hobbslidar.com.
The EPT resource link is https://na-c.entwine.io/coh/ept.json. ...
Try Open Addresses database. It has over 500 million records. It is available for download here.
The good part is that it has data from all world regions.
I suggest you start with Latin America as it is one of the hardest nuts to crack when comes to address testing. Then do Europe, then Asia. Leave the USA for last as addresses are most standardized there ...
Here is a list of useful links:
certmapper.cr.usgs.gov - ESRI SHP, WMS - World Geologic
Maps Data Downloads. This page provides access to data from various
USGS World Geologic Maps.
catalog.data.gov - ESRI SHP, WMS and other - Here you will find data, tools, and resources to conduct research, develop web
and mobile applications, design data visualizations, ...
Apparently the z function available in the Geometry section of the field calculator works well with points. I was able to find a solution to a similar problem of that asked by the OP by using z(start_point($geometry)) in the field calculator.
As commented by @RussRoberts:
The current release of Collector does not support vector tile
packages. If you have vector data you can create just a tile package
and side load that into Collector or Publish it as a tile layer and
have it support Export Tiles(same for imagery). Here are the esri