17.05.2016

Ubilabs & Miniatur Wunderland win Internet Oscar 2016

On the winner's rostrum with First Lady Michelle Obama and Jessica Alba, the New York Times, Google and Spotify: Ubilabs is winner of the Webby 2016! Special thanks to everyone who supported us – in particular to the Miniatur Wunderland and Google. 

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10.05.2016

Big Ships, Big People, Big Cities – Our Top 5

Watch how many cargo ships are crossing the oceans every day. Check out whether your city has a low or high-frequency range. See Kobe Bryant’s genius of 20 years in the National Basketball Association on a map. Discover Berlin from the point of view of your grandparents compared to today. Read our top 5 links of the week.

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19.04.2016

Is the Usage of Google Maps Free?

As a Google Maps Premier Partner, offering comprehensive consulting for Google Maps licenses is part of our day-to-day work. We are often asked whether Google Maps is free. Michael Pletziger, CEO and Head of Business Development at Ubilabs, would like to help you make the initial decision regarding a Google Maps license and present the new license, effective immediately, to you.

 
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06.04.2016

We are Nominees for The 20th Annual Webby Award – in 3 Categories!

Ubilabs has been selected as a Nominee for the renowned Webby Award 2016! Our work has been picked out as one of the five best in the world in its category. Our entries are competing for the Internet's two most coveted awards: The Webby and The Webby People's Voice Award. With your support we will make it to the top! 

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04.04.2016

Paintings of Van Gogh and Pigeon Air Patrol: Our Top 5

Experience pulsating cities around the world, artfully visualized in short movies. Explore the evolution of wars in history on a map. Discover the age of Amsterdam’s buildings with an exciting map and get inspired by the production of a new art film of Van Gogh. And: What is the story behind the Pigeon Air Patrol? Read our top 5 links of the week.

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24.03.2016

Location Intelligence with ATLAS: From Raw Data to Powerful Images

Let’s imagine you sell children’s bicycles. You want to open a second store because your business constantly grows – how would you proceed? How can you find the best location for your business? On what criteria do you base your decision? Get supported by our location intelligence tool ATLAS, and learn more about its newest feature.

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