ISE community supports children’s hospital
Tuesday, 25 February 2020
A presentation to mark the support of the project was made on the final day of ISE 2020
Europe - Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) has engaged support from its global community in a charitable project for the Emma Children’s Hospital in collaboration with the Amsterdam University Medical Centre. Multiple AV brands and a CEDIA Award-winning installer, Woelf, are working together to create an entertainment room at Het Jeroen Pit Huis, a new transitional care unit for chronically ill children and their families in the grounds of Amsterdam University Medical Centre.
“We are pleased that we can use our industry connections, and those of our co-owners, CEDIA and AVIXA, to bring together the very best products, design and installation expertise to support this project and build something wonderful for a very worthy cause,” comments Mike Blackman, MD of Integrated Systems Events. “This space will be a source of enjoyment, excitement and escape for all those staying at Het Jeroen Pit Huis. It’s a great project and will be a fitting, lasting legacy from the ISE community for the people of Amsterdam.”
“Children are our future, including those who are sick and in need of our support,” adds Prof. Dr. Hans van Goudoever, head of the Emma Children’s Hospital. “At Emma Children’s Hospital, we aim to maximise the possibilities of all chronically ill children to participate in our society.”
“RAI Amsterdam is proud to be part of ISE’s legacy to the city of Amsterdam,” says Paul Riemens, CEO of RAI Amsterdam. “Over the past 15 years, the RAI and ISE have created a partnership which has brought visitors, prosperity and enjoyment to the city. We are delighted to work together with Emma Children’s Hospital, the RAI’s chosen charity, on Het Jeroen Pit Huis in a project that will be valued and appreciated for many years to come.”
A presentation to mark the support of the project from the ISE community and RAI Amsterdam was made at ISE’s Hola Barcelona! event, which took place in the RAI on the final day of ISE 2020. The building preparations for Het Jeroen Pit Huis are starting in Spring 2020, with completion scheduled for the end of 2021. The project is also supported by an ISE 2020 Platinum Sponsor, Crestron.
(Jim Evans)

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