- Venue: Pardubice arena
- Country: Czech Republic
- Year: 2018
- Segment: building automation, sport venues
- Implementation partner: PERFECT ICE s.r.o.
Enteria arena Pardubice (formerly ČSOB Pojišťovna ARENA, Tipsport arena, and ČEZ Arena) is a multipurpose arena located in Pardubice. It is a venue for events of the top Czech hockey league, ELH, and the home arena of HC Dynamo Pardubice.
The first ice-rink in Pardubice was built on 20. December 1947. Thirteen years later, the rink was roofed. Between years 1958–1960, a roofed arena was built. Later, the arena was modernised and it opened again in 2001.
The arena hosts a plethora of events, sports or otherwise. With a capacity of 10,088 spectators (seats and stands), it is the third-largest ice-hockey arena in the Czech Republic. In 2002 and 2008, it was the scene of World Junior Ice Hockey Championships; in 2011 and 2014, it was the scene of inline hockey championships; in 2017, it was the scene of a ball hockey championship; in September 2003, August and September 2013 and April 2018, it was the scene of Euro Hockey Tour tournaments.
The arena was renamed several times. First, on 7. January 2015, the name changed from original “ČEZ Arena” to “Tipsport arena”. Later, on 22. May 2018, the name changed to “ČSOB Pojišťovna ARENA”. This year, the name changed yet again to “Enteria Arena”.
AMiT devices are used as a data collection extension system and for control via a touch-panel, remote supervision and management of the webserver and visualisation of lighting control.
Utilised components: AMiNi4DW2, AMR-OP87, APT4015AT