A deforestation-free and sustainable palm oil supply chain is the goal of Unilever's actions in Southeast Asia. To bring the five landscape programs they support into the spotlight, we created a Google Earth Story that pushes the boundaries of the application.
At Next '23, Google presented three new APIs on pollen, air quality, and solar energy. In this interview, Patrick Mast, project manager at Ubilabs, gives us insight into the benefits of the APIs and the potential of Google's sustainability initiative.
In this tutorial, our developer Kat shows you how easy it is to visualize your own location data. She walks you through Google’s Data-driven styling for datasets in just 10 steps, using public transport data from Hamburg as an example.
When planning a vacation, the weather plays an important role. While some vacationers prefer hot places, others would rather travel to cooler areas. Our travel weather approach puts the weather at the center of vacation planning.
To make FS Fehrer Automotive's production facilities more efficient and better monitored, we used Google Cloud and Looker to develop dashboards that are easy for all employees to use and clearly display optimization potential.
One of the toughest adventure races celebrates its 20th anniversary this year. For the third time, we are accompanying the event with 2D and 3D tracking, which we have expanded this year with exciting features.
Google Earth Engine helps NGOs & research teams to visualize, measure and analyze changes on Earth. Since 2022, the platform is also commercially available. Ubilabs supports as the only Google partner in DACH in deployment and implementation.
To create a comprehensive data basis for launching smart city projects, Jens Bley and Kay Hartkopf, the two initiators of the "ANN RADAR" project at Hafencity University (HCU), dedicated themselves together with Ubilabs to the development of a tool that collects and visualizes data on solar potential, energy efficiency and mobility in order to identify appropriate areas for pilot projects and urban testbeds.
The Kurs Elbe project aims to make the stretch of the Elbe between Hamburg and Wittenberge more attractive as a destination for excursions - especially for families and children. Together, we developed the web app "Enni's Elbe Adventure," which makes it possible to experience the region by means of microadventures.
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