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11.06.2019

Follow the Red Bull X-Alps 2019 with live-tracking in 2D and 3D

It’s almost time: Our latest project will be going live soon! For the Red Bull X-Alps 2019, we have implemented the athlete tracking on 2D and 3D maps. We can’t wait to finally see our work live at the prologue on June 13th and at the race starting June 16th!

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22.05.2019

Google I/O 2019: Conference Highlights

Google I/O is probably the most famous developer conference in the world. This year's news revolved around ARCore, Android, Flutter, Firebase, Machine Learning and much more. Our developers Martin and Raimund flew to California to witness it all and summarized their highlights.

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29.04.2019

Google announces hybrid cloud

The latest updates on Google's cloud strategy, intensive exchange with other Google Cloud partners, and an extraordinary train ride through the Californian landscape: Google Cloud Next 2019 is our conference highlight of the year so far.

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26.04.2019

Hamburg in 3D & LunchVote tool // #UbiHacks

On the first Friday of each month, it’s "HackDay" time at Ubilabs, which involves working on small projects outside the daily client work. Our highlights in April were a 3D map of Hamburg and the LunchVote tool for our new office.

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10.01.2019

Three design conferences, one message: Think twice

Developing digital products and services bears a heavy responsibility. But where does manipulation begin? And how can it actively be avoided? Our designers Mirko and Raphael attended three conferences that tried to find answers to these questions.

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21.12.2018

2018: The year of data visualizations

As this year is slowly coming to an end, we’d like you to join us in looking back on 2018. It’s been a year full of different and exciting projects, but we still saw one common thread running through many of them: the analysis and visualization of data – especially with regards to their geospatial reference.

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