Targomo’s tool on Germany’s largest real estate portal, ImmoScout24: Short commute times thanks to OfficeFinder
With a new OfficeFinder tool, Germany's leading real estate portal ImmoScout24 and Targomo offer a solution that enables employers to take into account employees’ commute times when searching for a new office location. This makes it easy to find the "most commuter-friendly" office.
Award for intensive care capacities analysis in ‘Data against Covid-19’ hackathon
A team of five Targomo engineers has been awarded in the global “Data against Covid-19” hackathon. They came in second place with a geospatial tool to analyze and visualize the capacities of intensive care bed units in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.
Covid-19 pandemic management: Identify risk areas in intensive care capacities
Gilbert Kreijger •6.05.2020
The coronavirus outbreak has highlighted the need for sufficient capacities of intensive care (IC) beds. Targomo engineers have developed a tool to predict risk areas in IC capacities and take action before shortages occur. The analysis can be rolled out internationally and to other areas.
Supporting Businesses during Pandemic: Free Delivery Planning
Gilbert Kreijger •3.04.2020
To help businesses and people during the coronavirus pandemic, Targomo is offering a route- and delivery-planning service free of charge. The tool, called TargomoFLEET light, will help users to quickly plan optimal routes for one or several vehicles and bikes.
Location Intelligence Optimizes Oslo’s Public Transit Network
Gilbert Kreijger •3.03.2020
Oslo’s public transport authority Ruter uses location intelligence to easily analyze the impact of network changes and to win support from politicians and commuters. With TargomoLOOP, Ruter can quickly see how its network should evolve to serve more people, more efficiently.
Lifting Performance When Displaying Points of Interest: Vector Tiles and Clustering
Hugo Lucas •26.02.2020
APIs to map thousands of POIs can slow down or crash your system. Targomo’s new service solves this issue by using vector tiles in the MVT format, in addition to clustering. We will explain how these features work and how you can access them.
Google Manager Joins Targomo as CEO to Expand Startup’s Location Analytics Services
Gilbert Kreijger •4.02.2020
Former Google manager Patrick Schoenemann has joined Targomo as CEO to expand the Berlin startup’s presence in the location and data analytics market. It is another high-level addition to the Berlin-based software maker, which had already attracted a former Nokia director and raised funding from venture capitalist Earlybird.
Visualizing POIs on a Map Leads to Unexpected Insights
Gilbert Kreijger •16.12.2019
Targomo has launched a tool to visualize points of interest (POIs) around the globe and instantly see where restaurants, shops, cinemas and hundreds of other locations are locally distributed. The data stems from OpenStreetMap and everyone can easily embed it as a map into their website.
Mastering the Digital Challenges in Urban and Rural Areas
Titus Molkenbur •5.11.2019
The Smart Country Convention 2019 provided a great overview of the challenges that digitalization brings to urban and rural areas. We’ve learned a lot from the bright and purpose-driven speakers, presenting their innovative solutions and strategies.
How to Select the Ideal Branch Location with Science
Felicia Flemming •1.08.2019
Location, location, location. Everybody knows that the right location is the main success driver for retail businesses. But what does “right” mean? How do you choose the best place for your business? And what if you’re looking to expand your already good network of branches?
When traveling to Berlin, Munich, or Hamburg this summer, it is more than likely you’ll stumble across the latest addition to Germany’s roads: e-scooters. We’ll show you how far you can actually get with them.
For Real Estate Search, Disruption is Around the Corner
Felicia Flemming •17.09.2019
In terms of real estate search, it seems as if little has changed in recent years. Today, it seems to be only a matter of time until new technologies, based on big data, will radically change the customer experience in the real estate search market.