News

  1. Water quality research

    3 August 2017 Exercise is becoming increasingly important and swimming is one of the best ways to improve your physical fitness and your technique. The inner harbour of Marineterrein Amsterdam seems to be the perfect place for a swim, but is the water clean enough? Research will determine whether swimming is an option here.

  2. Sharing station voor e-bikes

    28 June 2017 Social and technological developments are being devised and tested at Marineterrein Amsterdam. The aim is to contribute to a healthy, future-proof city. As part of that, a pilot for an e-bike sharing station was recently launched.

  3. Buoy measures water quality

    28 June 2017 If you see a big yellow Lego head in the harbour of Marineterrein Amsterdam, don't panic. It's a buoy that measures the water quality.

  4. Fitness conservatory in the making

    28 June 2017 Make your tour around Oosterdok complete with a workout on the new fitness equipment. You can find them on Kade West, between buildings 025 and 024. When summer is over, a conservatory will be set up around the equipment.

  5. Smart Roof 2.0

    13 March 2017 A blue-green roof, carefully monitored by sensors, is constructed on top of building 002 of Marineterrein Amsterdam. This provides a wealth of information.

  6. Treewifi

    28 December 2016 Futuristic birdhouses at Marineterrein Amsterdam measure air quality

  7. Tours in 2017

    24 January 2017 Do you want to go on a journey of discovery through the Marineterrein? Both Hans Bartelsman, former member of the Dutch navy, and the gebouwengids (the building guide) give regular tours of the grounds.

  8. New light sculpture near the old gate

    28 December 2016 The new light sculpture 0° / 0° near the old gate consists of two basic principles borrowed from the sextant: the position of the sun and the location.

  9. Robots at your service

    1 November 2016 The European Robotics Week (ERW) offers one week of various robotics related activities across Europe for the general public. The official opening for this year is located in Amsterdam, at the Marineterrein Amsterdam, NEMO Science Museum and the Scheepvaartmuseum.

  10. Makerversity up and running

    1 November 2016 Makerversity, a London-based social enterprise, makes Amsterdam’s former city-centre naval base its first European hub for creative, tech and maker businesses.

  11. Inner City exhibition

    12 October 2016 Cityscapes Foundation is exploring the Inner City in yet another building on the Marineterrein Amsterdam: 'Het Officiersverblijf' (025).

  12. Archaeology Days

    12 October 2016 Saturday October 15 and Sunday October 16, the arhaeology workshop at the Marineterrein offers activities for all ages.

  13. VRBASE officially started

    12 October 2016 VRBase.Amsterdam is now the central hotspot in Europe for Virtual Reality (VR) and Augmented Reality (AR). VR/AR startups, creatives, developers, freelancers and students will come together to lift VR to the next level.

  14. The modern doorbell

    26 September 2016 Pressing the doorbell is so passé. You first have to find the address and button, and then only hope that the right person is there. The VBell solves this problem!

  15. From a shooting range to a virtual reality lab

    26 September 2016 In April 2016, IJsfontein moved from the idyllic Westerpark in Amsterdam to the cool, new Marineterrein Amsterdam. Here you'll find buildings that you don't normally see in the centre, such as a shooting range.

  16. Growth Tribe moves to Marineterrein

    23 August 2016 Companies can grow very fast, but in a different than before. New skills are needed to get things done. You can learn them with Growth Tribe.

  17. Information for swimmers

    12 August 2016 Swimming here is permitted, but at your own risk. Make a well-considered choice before going into the water for a swim.

  18. Officers’ quarters available

    12 August 2016 The former officers’ quarters on Marineterrein Amsterdam will become available for a new tenant in November 2016.

  19. The Land inside the Walls

    25 May 2016 Because of our many foreign visitors, there is now an English language edition of the short stories of the Marineterrein Amsterdam; The Land Inside the Walls.

  20. IoT Olympic Games II: challenges wanted

    6 April 2016 On 23 and 24 April 2016, during the second IoT Olympic Games, experienced developers, designers, and technology entrepreneurs will be working on innovations for the Internet of Things in the theme of 'society'. Challenges are welcome!

  21. Tulips with a European touch

    6 April 2016 During the Tulp Festival Amsterdam (Amsterdam tulip festival), held 1-30 April 2016, you can admire various tulip gardens and enjoy walking routes highlighting tulips through the city. This year's theme is: Europe.

  22. Opening bridge

    22 January 2016 A second part of the Marineterrein is now open to the public.

  23. What is Makerversity?

    12 January 2016 Coming spring, Makerversity opens their first international space at the Marineterrein site in Amsterdam.

  24. The Netherlands’ presidency of the EU

    12 January 2016 The Netherlands will preside over the European Union for six months, starting January 1st 2016. Over twenty thousand politicians and civil workers will swarm the Marineterrein. But it won’t be all about politics.

  25. Completion of bridge

    10 January 2016 The bridge marks a subsequent step in the development of the Marineterrein

  26. Guided tours

    8 January 2016 Do you want to go on a journey of discovery through the Marineterrein? Every second Wednesday of the month, master storyteller and former member of the Dutch navy Hans Bartelsman gives a tour of the grounds.

  27. A small place for big ideas

    8 January 2016 On the Marineterrein people work together on innovative ideas and projects that promote a sustainable society. Recently, the Amsterdam Smart ...