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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13.06.2017

HVV.live – Visualizing Hamburg's Public Transport

Is the subway on time? Which stop is the nearest? How far away is my bus? Questions that Hamburg residents don’t need to worry about anymore. HVV.live is the live map for all vehicles of Hamburg’s public transport association, HVV. Franz Neubert,  front-end developer at Ubilabs, developed the map as part of a research project.

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28.03.2017

Future of Geo Technology: Ubilabs initiates GeoNight Hamburg

Be prepared for a futuristic night: On March 28, guest speakers from the European Space Agency (ESA) and Google will shed light on the future of space, maps, and  geo technology . The event will take place in Mindspace Hamburg and is organized by Ubilabs and Familonet.

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11.01.2017

Robert Katzki: Creative Web Developer

In the  developers   community  Robert is known not only as a co-organizer of the  JSUnconf,  but also for his tips and tricks around the design of interactive maps with Google Maps or Mapbox. You can find out more about his highlights last year and his hobbies here in the interview.

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09.01.2017

Philipp Lauser: a Tech-Savvy Geo-Specialist

For our customers who work with web-mapping technologies like Google Maps, Mapbox or CARTO, we offer comprehensive consulting. One of our specialists is Philipp Lauser, who is interested in geo-technologies, creates demos and supports our customers in the use of their licenses.

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20.12.2016

Malte Modrow: JavaScript, Maps, and Cues

Malte has been an integral part of our team for two years. As a front-end developer, he ensures functioning and user-friendly websites. His counterbalance to programming? Billiard, 300 kilometer bike races and music.

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