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[SPORTS] Summer@Marineterrein Amsterdam

Chi Kung at the Voorwerf

  • By: Koen Tangelder
  • Dates: Wednesdays 2, 9, 16 en 23 July (no class when it rains)
  • Time: 8.30 – 9.30 hours
  • Location: Voorwerf
  • Costs: € 5 per class
  • To participate:  mail info@koentangelder.nl or app to 06 83 99 09 92
  • More info: move2tao.nl

Kickboxing lessons in the fitness garden

  • By: Maartje & Willempje from Boxing School Bijlmerbajes
  • Dates: every Wednesday, from June to August 2019
  • Time: from 18.00 – 19.00 hours (make sure you’re present 15 minutes in advance)
  • Location: Fitness garden Marineterrein Amsterdam(between building 024 & 025)
  • Costs: € 10.00 per lesson, € 35 per month
  • To participate: call or app to 06 41 29 39 23
  • More info: Boksschoolbijlmerbajes.nl

Sup & canoe clinics

  • By: Kanoschool Amsterdam
  • Dates: every first Sunday: 2 June, 7 July, 4 August, 1 September 2019
  • Location: harbour Marineterrein Amsterdam
  • To participate: mail kano@kanoschool.nl (or on location)
  • Sup Clinics: 12.00, 14.00, 16.00 hours, Costs:  € 15,- including wetsuit en sup board / rent a sup: € 10,- per hour
  • Canoe Clinics:  13.00, 15.00 hours, Costs: € 10,- including canoe / rent a  canoe: € 7,50 per hour

 

[WAYFINDING] New signs are placed

Almost all new signs at the Marineterrein have now been put up. There are a few entrance signs that need added (around 027) or replaced (near 003), this will be done during the coming weeks. As you all know, the building number is the basis for the location of communion members on the Marineterrein, that is why you need to mention your building number at all times (also online, see this post about optimizing your findability).

Wayfinding at the Marineterrein consists of:

  1. map boards at entrances where you can find building numbers
  2. totem poles that indicate public locations and the route of all building numbers
  3. building numbers
  4. entrance signs

Signage by Community members

  1. Community members who share a building can put up signs at the entrance, behind the window according to these guidelines.
  2. Community members with an entire building (Codam, AMS) have been given permission by Bureau Marineterrein to put signage on the facade.
  3. Community members with a public function also have been given permission to do some flexible signage near their entrance.

Outside the Marineterrein

What happens outside the Marineterrein in terms of communication is on your own initiative and in agreement with the municipality.

Event signing

Event organizers such as WeMakeThe.City need to make a request in advance for additional (temporary) signs, flags or billboards during the time of the event. Bureau Marineterrein Amsterdam decides if this is acceptable.

[WAYFINDING] Google my business

Wayfinding on Marineterrein Amsterdam is never finished. The area grows and changes continuously. Morover, we have building numbers instead of street names. Next to physical signage, it is very important to optimize findability on Google Maps, this concerns both community members and the Marineterrein as a whole. That is why we organized a Google Map Workshop together with people from Localyse on May 9th.

Download here: 13 easy steps to optimize your listing on Google Maps (tailor-made for the Marineterrein Community!)

Some extra tips for community members

  • Go to Google My Business (GMB) and claim your business. If you don’t, other parties can easily change your preferences.
  • Fill out all input boxes with your business details and don’t forget your BUILDING NUMBER.
  • Put your ‘pin’ close to the actual entrance. If you share the entrance with others, put your pin right next to your neighbours.
  • Check and update your listing on GMB regularly.

Marineterrein @googlemaps 

  • Together with Localyse, Bureau Marineterrein Amsterdam has updated the lay-out of the Marineterrein with new walkways.
  • Strategic facilities such as the fitness garden and the porter’s lodge have been added to Google Maps.
  • Next step: gain Google streetview images of (the Marineterrein is not public and therefore not covered by google streetview ).

Questions?

Mail vries@marineterrein.nl

[COMMUNITY] New member: Digital Society School

Digital Society School is a new form of education within the Hogeschool van Amsterdam (HvA). It is a growing community of learners, creators and designers who create a meaningful impact on society.
Gijs Gootjes (Co-founder & Head of Strategy Digital Society School): “We are looking forward to joining the vibrant community of the Marineterrein with our mix of tech, design and social innovation programs. From our spot at the Marineterrein, we will train ‘life long learners’ and organizations in different phases of development. We will help them to shape the digital transformation of society, towards a more inclusive and sustainable society. We can’t wait meeting the other partners of Marineterrein Amsterdam to train and shape a better future together.”

Digital Society School
Marineterrein Amsterdam
Kattenburgerstraat 5
gebouw 003 C
1018 JA Amsterdam

[ACCESS] Works on railway bridge

During the weekend of July 6-8, access to the Kattenburgerstraat via the Piet Heinkade is impossible due to works on the railway bridge. To be exact: From Saturday morning 01.00 hours July 6  to Monday morning July 8 8.00 hours.

More specifics;

BLVC-plan Kattenburgerstraat Amsterdam

[DOMESTIC] What to do in case of emergency or trouble

  • Immediate threatening situation: call 112 and cc to info@marineterrein.nl
  • No emergency, but police needed (e.g. street sleepers): 0900 8844 and cc to info@marineterrein.nl
  • Nuisance youth (annoying behavior): call SAOA (street coaches): (020) 4084555 (7 days a week, also in the evenings)
  • Report other complaints (junk, destruction) to info@marineterrein.nl

urgent advice: close all doors properly, and ALWAYS close the night lock on exterior doors when leaving your office

locations AED’s: Pension Homeland, building 027 E (lobby), building 024 (lobby)

[INVITATION] 9 July: Sneak preview Future Food expo

 

Sneak preview Future Food expo

On 10 July, NEMO Science Museum’s Studio, a new location housed in Building 027A on the Marineterrein, will open its doors to the public. Previously used by the Ministry of Defence as a gym, Building 027A will now host workshops, exhibitions and conferences. First up: the Future Food expo.

The opening of this new location marks an important milestone for NEMO! To celebrate, you and your colleagues are invited to a sneak preview during the next Marineterrein community get-together, on 9 July. This event, which will be hosted by NEMO, will bring together the Marineterrein community and everyone involved in the realization of De Studio and the Future Food expo.

With the Future Food exhibition, NEMO Science Museum and Marineterrein community member Next Nature Network will take visitors on a future food journey. Through plant-based, animal-based and functional food scenarios, visitors will learn more about things like the future of insects as a food source, artificial meat, genetically modified organisms, biotechnologies, plant-based alternatives, alternative cultivation methods, food as medicine, and the entirely new sensory experiences future food could offer.

Date: 9 July 2019
Time: 17.00 – 19.00
Location: De Studio, Marineterrein, Building 027A
Kattenburgerstraat 5, 1018 JA Amsterdam

 

We hope to see you there!

Warm greetings,
Michiel Buchel, NEMO Science Museum and Liesbeth Jansen, Bureau Marineterrein Amsterdam

 

AMS ClimateLaunchpad competition

AMS ClimateLaunchpad – a green business ideas competition – is now open for applications!

Do you have a great idea on urban sustainability and want to fast-track it to the next level? Join the startup competition led by AMS Institute and Climate-KIC. It doesn’t matter if you haven’t started your entrepreneurial journey yet, or if your business idea is only written in the back of a napkin. We welcome innovations in renewable energy, energy efficiency, food and agriculture, water management, transportation, industrial technology or in any other field, as long as your idea is trying to fix climate change and create a more sustainable urban environment.

PROGRAM INFORMATION

Applications period

23/04 – 23/06 Share your innovative idea with us by applying through the link that you can find below. The application period is open and it will be until the 23rd of June. Early July we select a number of top teams to join our AMS Climate Launchpad bootcamp and coaching sessions.
Bootcamp & Coaching sessions

Bootcamp & coaching sessions

16 & 17/07 Our National bootcamp is set to take place on the 16th & 17th of July (please note this is during summer break, but bootcamp is mandatory to proceed in the process). After the bootcamp, a number of dedicated sessions will be organized, to address your idea’s needs and prepare you for our National Finals in September.

National Finals

11/09 On September 11th, the National Final competition takes place. Our selected teams compete for a position to the Grand international finals along with a series of other amazing prizes.

International Finals

(Date to be announced) In November 2019, the international finals give the opportunity to our winners to compete against the winning teams of the other 55+ participating countries worldwide. The winner of the Grand Final receives €10,000, the runner up gets €5,000 and the idea that comes in third place wins € 2,500. In addition, the top-10 selected in the semi-finals win a place on the Climate-KIC Accelerator. – the world’s biggest cleantech accelerator.

Location of Bootcamp & National Finals:  AMS Institute, Kattenburgerstraat 5, Building 027W, Marineterrein Amsterdam

More information: https://www.ams-institute.org/events/ams-climate-launchpad-your-green-urban-idea-deserves-a-shot-at-business-success/

[event] 21 May VR Demo Roboat

Dear Marineterrein community,

Next Tuesday, May 21 at 5:00 PM, AMS Institute is organizing a short VR demonstration of our Roboat project together with our partner MIT. Students from our MSc MADE program have designed a VR demo in 2 days, supervised by the MIT design team. In the VR demo, you can experience what it’s like to take a boat ride in the self-driving Roboats through the canals of Amsterdam!

We are happy to invite you to experience this VR demo and give feedback on the designs and demo of the Roboats. We have room for about 30 people. It’s very low key, and there is something to drink of course. So, if you feel like it, you are very welcome to join!

Hopefully, see you on Tuesday 22 May at 17:00, at AMS Institute, building 27W, 2nd floor. RSVP via e-mail: Stephan.vanDijk@ams-institute.org

Kind regards on behalf of
Stephan

Head of Research and Valorization
Amsterdam Institute for Advanced Metropolitan Solutions

https://www.ams-institute.org/events/roboat-vr-workshop/
AMS
Roboat VR Workshop by MIT
At AMS Institute we design solutions for urban challenges, and educate tomorrow’s engineers. We develop a deep understanding of the city and research & valorize interdisciplinary metropolitan solutions to integrate these into the city of Amsterdam.

[Survey] Sport & the Marineterrein

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