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.
As CEO & Founder, Alisa Türck has 20 years of experience in managing digital projects for companies. In this interview, she talks about the challenges of implementing change processes and the data needed for greater sustainability in companies.
The new Data-driven styling feature from Google Maps Platform provides some long awaited features. We built a demo for Google to showcase the new functions and present the innovations and potential use cases in this article.
From devastating forest fires to accidents: The analysis and visualization of movement data on interactive maps can save lives. In the third part of our Smart Cities series, we show the potential of location-based information for disaster management.
The available space in large cities is scarce. Many road users compete for little free space. The intelligent use of geodata offers a lot of potential here. We will show you exactly what this potential is based on selected use cases.
When it comes to actively designing living space and improving quality of life in cities, there are no limits to data-based applications. These application examples show how geodata can enhance the quality of life in cities.
Typos in the address, a missing or incorrect name: Inaccurate address data can have expensive consequences. Address data validation using Google Maps offers a fast and cost-effective way to correct address data and display it correctly on the map.
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