08.09.2019

Google Fusion Tables: Migrate your maps with the Archive Tool

After nearly 10 years, Google Fusion Tables will be discontinued on December 3, 2019. With our Archive Tool, you can export your data and migrate your visualizations.

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05.09.2019

How to visualize data on Google Maps with deck.gl

Visualizing large datasets on a map is not easy, you say? In this article, our developer Robert shows how to do just that in 160 lines of JavaScript using deck.gl on Google Maps, loading data from Google Sheets.

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18.06.2019

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

Our latest project is live! For the Red Bull X-Alps 2019, we have implemented the athlete tracking on 2D and 3D maps. We couldn't wait to finally see our work live at the prologue on June 13th and at the race that started on June 16th.

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22.10.2018

Drawing Robot AxiDraw: The perfect conference gadget

How can you draw the attention of conference attendees to your booth and break the ice when talking to them? Our approach was a JavaScript-powered robot that’s able to draw customized map designs, which proved to be a complete success.

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01.08.2017

Making it rain: Franz Neubert at FOSS4GE 2017

FOSS4G Europe 2017 is the third installment of the open-source geospatial event series, which took place in Paris from July 18-22. Ubilabs’ front-end developer Franz Neubert mingled with the GIS community to find out about the latest geo trends and to share his insights on visualizing weather data.

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30.06.2017

GeoNight #2: Storytelling and data analysis with maps

After its successful kick-off in March, GeoNight Hamburg came back with its second edition on June 28th. This time’s top speakers were SPIEGEL ONLINE’s Christina Elmer and Carto’s Tim Marston. The meetup again took place in Mindspace Hamburg and was organized by Ubilabs, onbyrd and Familonet.

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