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Let's look back on 2023

What moved our team this year

2023 was a year full of momentum. We moved forward with new technologies and projects – especially in the areas of sustainability, smart city, and 3D. There was plenty of motion in our office with an experiment for even better collaboration. And with many great moments together, there was no standstill in our team either.

  • The Ubilabs team from all over Germany came together in Hamburg for the Christmas party.
    Christmas dinner in good company
  • The Ubilabs team had a picnic at the river Alster in the summer of 2023.
    Picnic together by the river Alster
  • The Ubilabs team sits together over breakfast in the Hamburg office
    Breakfast in the Hamburg office
  • The Ubilabs team on the way to the Christmas party
    Out and about in Altona
  • Part of the Ubilabs team out for a walk
    Off-site activities in the fresh air
  • Our team learned archery as part of an off-site event.
    Archery training after an off-site event

Ubilabs is a team effort

Whether it's customer projects or team events – it's important to us that we have a great time as a team. So again this year, we have done a lot to ensure that we can work together even better and grow as a team.

From offsite to company review – we continued to collaborate on our goals and their realization in 2023. And we always used the team get-togethers for such events to create great memories together away from work, e.g. at a picnic at the river Alster, an archery class or the Christmas party. Our "office makeover" experiment also brought a breath of fresh air to our Hamburg office and new inspiration for collaboration on site.

The topics and projects that moved us

For us, 2023 was clearly dominated by new technologies and pioneering topics. As part of our projects, we focused intensively on how we can use data and location technology to support companies on their way to greater efficiency, productivity, and innovation. This has resulted in a wide range of use cases: from smart city solutions and the visualization of data in 3D to complex applications in the field of climate and sustainability.

  • Screenshot aus der Demo zu Googles neuer Pollen API

    Focus on environmental data: Google expands its Maps portfolio

    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.

  • Fast Forward & High Up: Red Bull X-Alps 2023

    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.

Our team in interview

From tips on the ideal use of BigQuery to insights into their day-to-day work: our Ubis were happy to answer all of our questions this year. In our interview series, we were able to find out more about our Cloud Consultant Andreas Balster and our Customer Engineers Florian Basting and Philipp Hagmann.

  • New pricing models at BigQuery

    In this interview, Florian Basting, Customer Engineer Google Cloud, explains what product and price changes are in store for BigQuery.

  • Philipp Hagmann Interview Teaser

    Data-driven action with Looker

    In this interview, Philipp Hagmann explains the benefits of the Looker BI tool, what companies can expect from using the tool, and how we support our Looker customers as an official Google partner.

Do you have any questions? Or would you like to share ideas and suggestions with us? Then simply get in touch with us. We'll be happy to help!