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.
In this interview, Simon Bühl (CEO BrandUp Factory) reveals to us how retailers should position themselves between local stores and e-commerce, and how data-driven marketing and hybrid sales models will determine the future of retail.
Homeless people are often isolated and have a difficult time participating in everyday activities like food shopping or going for a coffee. That's why the aid organization KARUNA commissioned us to develop a wallet feature with its own digital currency.
As part of its future strategy 2030, the Charité presents its visionary plans to the public on a new project website. For this, we developed interactive 3D visualizations which show the animated construction plans.
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.
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.