The most important purpose of this publication is that the analysis of locally compact groups from a geometric standpoint, with an emphasis on proper metrics which may be defined on them. The strategy was effective for finitely generated groups and could be positively extended to locally compact groups. Regions of the publication address the rough geometry of metric spaces, in which roughly describes that portion of geometry regarding properties which may be formulated concerning large spaces only. This point of view is more instrumental in analyzing locally compact groups. Fundamental effects on the topic are vulnerable with proofs; others have been said with references. Most of all, the growth of the concept is illustrated by many examples, such as matrix classes with entrances in the area of real or intricate numbers, or other locally compact areas like p-and areas, isometry groups of different metric spaces, and last but not least, different classes themselves.