30.06.2016

Storms in Real-Time and Nice Euro Souvenirs

A coloring book as a city quiz, locations out of reach, and the European Championship grounds: The top 5 links this month.

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17.06.2016

Why Companies Can Hardly Do Without Maps Anymore

These days, map software is used in almost every company. With our certified experts Linda Schaumburg and David Fricke, we talked about how garbage collection is more efficient with the help of maps and why sales and marketing departments should work with more than just Excel spreadsheets.

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09.06.2016

GeoTalk@Google: Interactive Maps for Mobility & Logistics

Interactive maps have become essential tools for a broad range of use cases, whether it is nearby search, route optimization or predictive delivery. The Ubilabs GeoTalk@Google, on June 29, 2016, at the Google Office in Munich, focuses on insights and inspirations around the potential of interactive maps for Mobility & Logistics. 

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06.06.2016

Maps with Green Cities, Elevations and Music of One Century

What’s the greenest city in Germany? How can interchanges be visualized artfully? And how does elevation data look like on a map? Read our top 5 and get the answers.

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02.06.2016

Ask a CTO: Interview with Martin Kleppe on Honeypot

Honeypot is a job platform, linking tech talent with approved companies. On their blog, the team features the coder scene in Germany. In an interview with Emma Tracey, Co-Founder at Honeypot, Martin Kleppe, Head of Development at Ubilabs, talks about our core business and how are projects organized at Ubilabs. 

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25.05.2016

A Map Helps Gambling Addicts to Stay Clean

Gamble, work, gamble, work: That is the everyday existence of gambling addicts. There are more than 12 000 gambling addicts in Hamburg and many more, that are at risk. In cities like Berlin or Hamburg, it is not easy for addicts to stay away from their ‘substance’: At every corner, there are gambling halls and betting shops. An interactive map aims to help gambling addicts to protect themselves.

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