Our project owners Annika Bock and Patrick Mast explain in this interview why map applications have become an indispensable part of everyday life and how companies use the informative power of geographic data.
The German Historical Museum in Berlin is showing a special exhibition of about 280 artworks by "divinely gifted" artists in Germany and Austria. Our interactive map brings the artworks to life and allows users to expand the collection.
Interxion: A Digital Realty Company is part of Digital Realty, one of the largest providers of data center services worldwide. In order to consolidate their data in one map, we developed a customized map visual for their analytics application.
The Google Maps API can now be used to create 3D maps. This was one of the most important news at the Google I/O developer conference. On behalf of Google, we tested the APIs in advance and developed two demo applications. Martin Schuhfuss, Creative Developer at Ubilabs, talks about the collaboration with Google and the possible applications.
One of the toughest adventure races in the world starts on June 20: the Red Bull X-Alps. Fans can be up close and personal - via a web application in 3D, with cockpit feeling and wind sounds. We combine live tracking data with individual statistics on all athletes and visualize them in real time on an interactive map.
Typing errors in the address, a missing or wrong name: Inaccurate address data can have expensive consequences. Address validation using Google Maps offers a quick and cost-effective way to correct address data and display it correctly on the map. An accurate …
A pilot project in Düsseldorf is currently making groundbreaking progress for COVID vaccination at home: thanks to a software solution tailored by us, mobile vaccination teams can be deployed much more efficiently and thus supply more people with the vaccines.
The coronavirus pandemic has posed enormous challenges and new questions to the world. How can the spread of the virus be contained? How can health authorities work more efficiently and how can infection chains be broken? Our response: KADOIN.