The EU-ATS consortium of DSM-Niaga, NextEconomy.nu and Recreational Systems International (RSI) was granted the Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award. The SBIR is a competitive program of the Dutch Government which focuses on high quality, sustainable sports fields. The EU-ATS consortium is one of the initiatives that has received an incentive budget, between 400K and 750K, to develop a prototype for sustainable sport fields and turn it into a marketable product.
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The European Turf Group (ETG), a subsidiary of Recreational Systems International (RSI), has appointed Rene van Hinthum as the new Business Unit Manager. The appointment frees up founding director Arnoud Fiolet to spend more time on the holding company RSI.
Recreational Systems International (RSI) and Athletic Skills Company will together stimulate the sports and games experience and participation in the Netherlands. With their Athletic Skills Model (ASM), Athletic Skills Company has a unique concept for which RSI will provide the infrastructure.
Dutch government tasks Recreational Systems International (RSI) with developing a truly 100% circular artificial turf. RSI has won a tender by the Dutch government to develop the artificial turf systems of the future. The new systems will be 100% recyclable, while also meeting the quality standards defined in the Quality Programmes issued by FIFA, World Rugby and FIH.
Recreational Systems International has anticipated the decision by the Fédération Internationale de Hockey (FIH) to introduce a Hockey5s World Cup. As RSI has developed the knowledge and tools necessary to establish a Hockey5s facility and has expanded its portfolio accordingly. As our RSI organisation consists of former hockey elite-players and officials, we know from personal experience what is required to improve the game and game experience.
The management of Santiago del Estero stadium in Argentina has invested in RSI/Rhenac LED grass grow technology and support systems. The technology will be used to ensure the pitch of the stadium, proposed to be used for the Copa América games and the 2030 World Cup bid, will always be in pristine condition.
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