Data for Good

Location intelligence for good is our contribution to the scientific community.

How it Works

Data for Good

Cuebiq is invested in the movement to drive innovation and enhance the quality of life across the globe. Because of that, we are providing access to our location data to the scientific community in order to share our insights and create positive action in the service of humanity. Through our Data for Good Program, we provide access to anonymous, privacy-compliant location-based data for academic research and humanitarian initiatives related to human mobility.

Focus Areas

Our program focuses on the following areas: natural disaster preparedness & response, urban development & smart city planning, epidemiology & disease prevention, economic equality and international development.

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Our Partners

We work with the following partners: universities, research organizations, public charities, private foundations, nonprofits, NGOs and with companies in the public sector.

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How we Help

We provide our partners with data for research projects, natural disaster analyses and access to Cuebiq's Analytics solution that measures footfall and analyzes visitation patterns.

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How it Works

Discover how universities and organizations are leveraging Cuebiq data as part of our Data for Good program

Data for Good

Case Studies

MIT Media Lab

MIT is applying Cuebiq’s data to address pressing issues such as the impact of economic segregation on the development of neighborhoods. Through its “Inequality Atlas” MIT shows how certain establishments and businesses affect the nature and development of city areas.

University of Washington

Researchers at University of Washington's THINK Lab are using Cuebiq’s data to analyze human mobility before, during and after Hurricane Harvey hit the Houston area. Such insights are crucial not only for first responders and agencies to be able to more efficiently deliver aid to those in need, but it also for public agencies’ preparedness and mitigation efforts before disaster strikes.

GasBuddy

Cuebiq provided GasBuddy hourly updates on wait times at gas stations across the American Southeast during Hurricanes Irma, Florence and Michael. GasBuddy leveraged these location insights to issue real time updates to FEMA and the Department of Energy, as well as to the general public in order to help commuters find the fuel needed to get to safety.

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Our Commitment to Privacy

Consent

We only process de-identified data from users who opted in to share their location.

Transparency

Our partners clearly articulate their relationship with Cuebiq in their Privacy Policy.

Control

We allow users to easily opt-out through several paths: app settings, device settings, TrustArc and the Cuebiq App.

Accountability

We are NAI  members and TrustArc certified.