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Portugal-Lisboa: Servicios de investigación y desarrollo experimental

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Directiva 2004/18/CE

Apartado I: Poder adjudicador

I.1)Nombre, direcciones y punto(s) de contacto

Nombre oficial: Directorate General for Maritime Policy (DGPM)
Número de identificación fiscal: PT600084795
Dirección postal: Rua Alfredo Magalhães Ramalho, 6
Localidad: Lisbon
Código postal: 1495-006
País: Portugal
A la atención de: Sandra Silva
Correo electrónico: sandra.silva@dgpm.mm.gov.pt
Teléfono: +35 1218291001

Direcciones Internet:

Dirección del poder adjudicador: http://www.dgpm.mam.gov

Dirección del perfil de comprador: https://www.marine-eo.eu/

Puede obtenerse más información en:
Los puntos de contacto mencionados arriba

I.2)Tipo de poder adjudicador
Organismo de Derecho público
I.3)Principal(es) actividad(es)
Otros: maritime environment, surveillance and security
I.4)Adjudicación del contrato en nombre de otros poderes adjudicadores

El poder adjudicador realiza su adquisición en nombre de otros poderes adjudicadores: sí

Nombre oficial: Ministerio del Interior (GUCI)
Número de identificación fiscal: ESS2816003D
Dirección postal: calle Guzmán el Bueno, 110
Localidad: Madrid
Código postal: 28003
País: España

Nombre oficial: Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR)
Número de identificación fiscal: EL999355106
Dirección postal: Avenue Athens - Sounio, 46,7km, Attiki
Localidad: Anavyssos
Código postal: 190 13
País: Grecia

Nombre oficial: Fundo Regional para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FRCT)
Número de identificación fiscal: PT 512069794
Dirección postal: Rua do Mercado 21
Localidad: Ponta Delgada
Código postal: 9500-326
País: Portugal

Nombre oficial: Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA)
Número de identificación fiscal: NO970552626MVA
Dirección postal: Flathauggata 12
Localidad: Haugesund
Código postal: 5523
País: Noruega

Apartado II.B: Objeto del contrato (Suministros o servicios)

II.1)Denominación del contrato establecida por el poder adjudicador:
Pre-commercial procurement (PCP) to buy R&D (research and development) services to bridge Innovative Downstream Earth Observation (EO) and Copernicus enabled Services for Integrated maritime environment, surveillance and security — MARINE-EO.
II.2)Tipo de contrato y lugar de entrega o de ejecución
Categoría de servicio nº 8: Servicios de investigación y desarrollo
II.3)Información sobre el acuerdo marco
El anuncio se refiere al establecimiento de un acuerdo marco: sí
II.4)Breve descripción de la naturaleza y la cantidad o el valor de los suministros o servicios:
This PIN announces an open market consultation and provides information at an early stage on the expected starting date and purchase volume for the MARINE-EO pre-commercial procurement (PCP) which seeks to establish EO-based services covering sea-basins of Mediterranean, Atlantic and Arctic adapting Copernicus data and information on the Marine Environment in order to meet the demand of the procurers in the thematic areas of Marine monitoring and Maritime Security. MARINE-EO overall idea is the use of PCP schema in the development of innovative beyond the-state-of the art downstream applications which meet the demand of maritime authorities and stakeholders leveraging on the existing Copernicus Services and other products from the Copernicus portfolio.
The aim of this procurement is to trigger new solutions to be developed and tested to address the following common challenge: develop, test and validate a bundle of Copernicus-based services bringing incremental or radical innovations in the field of maritime awareness accompanied with ‘support’ services that will standardize the way EO are used for maritime awareness in regards of operational, technological, semantic and legal interoperability issues. The majority of the R&D work done in the PCP will be located in EU and H2020 Associated Countries.
The selected operators will retain ownership of the intellectual property rights (IPRs) that they generate during the PCP and will be able to use them to exploit the full market potential of the developed solutions i.e. beyond the buyers group (Public Authorities and Policy makers and other research institutes).
The ownership of the IPRs will be subject to the following:
— the members of the buyers group and the EU institutions, bodies, offices or agencies have the right to access results, on a royalty-free basis, for their own use and grant (or to require the contractors to grant) non-exclusive licences to third parties to exploit the results under fair and reasonable conditions (without the right to sub-license);
— the contractors will have to transfer ownership of the IPRs to the members of the buyers group if they fail to comply with their obligation to commercially exploit the results within a given period as identified in the contract or use the results to the detriment of the public interests, including security interests.
The procurement will be divided into the following lots:
Lot 1: Copernicus Thematic Area 1 Marine Environment Monitoring and Climate Change
Lot 2: Copernicus Thematic Area 2 Maritime Security
The procurement will be carried out jointly by the following organisations (the buyers group): Direção-Geral de Política do Mar (DGPM), Ministerio del Interior (GUCI), Hellenic Centre for Marine Research (HCMR), Fundo Regional Para a Ciência e Tecnologia (FRCT) and Norwegian Coastal Administration (NCA), (see https://www.marine-eo.eu/). DGPM will act as the lead procurer and will coordinate the joint procurement in the name and on behalf of the other organisations.
The procurement will take the form of a pre-commercial procurement (PCP) under which R&D service contracts will be awarded to R&D providers in parallel in a phased approach. This will make it possible to compare competing alternative solutions. Each selected operator will be awarded a framework agreement that covers three R&D phases: solution design, prototyping, original development and validation and testing of a limited set of first products or services. After each phase, intermediate evaluations will be carried out to select the best of the competing solutions. The contractors with the best-value-for-money solutions will be offered a specific contract for the next phase.
Testing is expected to take place in Marine-EO partners' premises and other places where mandatory evaluation is foreseen to be carried out. This testing may also serve as a first customer test reference for the contractors.
The procurement procedure is expected to start in January 2018 and the tender in June 2018 ending in August 2020.
In preparation for this PCP, all interested operators are invited to take part in an open market consultation (regardless of their geographic location, the size or governance structure of their organisation). The open market consultation will provide an overview on the procurement objectives, the PCP process and the main clauses of the contract. It will be held in English.
The purpose of this PIN is to:
1) Creates awareness and knowledge about the project among relevant bidders.
2) Allows the consortium to gain better insights on the market, such as the state-of-the-art technology and future developments.
3) Engage the market stakeholders in the procurement preparation phase in order to increase the probability of a successful procurement procedure.
Upcoming important dates are:
— 12.5.2017 — Request for Information — will be published a market consultation questionnaire — available on the website https://marine-eo.eu/request-information-rfi
— 12.7.2017 — Industrial Day workshop in Lisbon, Portugal where interested suppliers are requested to register on the following link: https://marine-eo.eu/event/industry-day
Publication of questions and answers (‘Q&A’) on the website: https://www.marine-eo.eu/ open market consultation must be shared also with other potentially interested bidders.
More information:
Project website: https://marine-eo.eu/
Section on PCP on the Europa website (http://ec.europa.eu/digitalagenda/en/innovation-procurement).
Coste estimado IVA excluido: 2 769 106 EUR

Lotes

El contrato está dividido en lotes: sí
II.5)Vocabulario común de contratos públicos (CPV)

73100000 Servicios de investigación y desarrollo experimental, 22114300 Mapas, 32534000 Plataformas satélite, 35631200 Satélites de observación, 60651300 Servicios de buques anticontaminantes, 71354000 Servicios de cartografía, 71354100 Servicios de cartografía digital, 71354200 Servicios de cartografía aérea, 71354500 Servicios de investigación marítima, 72310000 Servicios de tratamiento de datos, 72316000 Servicios de análisis de datos, 72319000 Servicios de suministro de datos, 73000000 Servicios de investigación y desarrollo y servicios de consultoría conexos, 73112000 Servicios de investigación marina, 75000000 Servicios de administración pública, defensa y servicios de seguridad social, 90733000 Servicios relacionados con la contaminación del agua, 90741000 Servicios relacionados con la contaminación por hidrocarburos, 90741100 Servicios de seguimiento de vertidos de hidrocarburos, 32533000 Estaciones terrestres de telecomunicaciones por satélite, 34712200 Satélites, 63724000 Servicios de navegación, 63726200 Servicios de rompehielos, 64200000 Servicios de telecomunicaciones, 64216110 Servicios de intercambio electrónico de datos, 64216210 Servicios de información con valor añadido, 63712710 Servicios de monitorización del tráfico

II.6)Fecha prevista para el inicio de los procedimientos de adjudicación
31.5.2018
II.7)Información acerca del Acuerdo sobre Contratación Pública
Contrato cubierto por el Acuerdo sobre Contratación Pública (ACP): no
II.8)Información adicional:

Información relativa a los lotes

Denominación del contrato establecida por el poder adjudicador: Lote Nº: 1 Denominación: Thematic Area 1 — Copernicus Marine Environment Monitoring and Climate Change downstream services (SATOCEAN)
1)Breve descripción:
The Thematic Area 1 Marine Monitoring seeks to provide innovative and useful downstream Earth Observation and Copernicus enabled Services for an integrated maritime environment addressing the demand of the end-users and contributing to the environmental policies, national regulations and international conventions.
2)Vocabulario común de contratos públicos (CPV)

73100000 Servicios de investigación y desarrollo experimental, 22114300 Mapas, 32534000 Plataformas satélite, 35631200 Satélites de observación, 60651300 Servicios de buques anticontaminantes, 71354100 Servicios de cartografía digital, 71354200 Servicios de cartografía aérea, 71354500 Servicios de investigación marítima, 72310000 Servicios de tratamiento de datos, 71354000 Servicios de cartografía, 72316000 Servicios de análisis de datos, 72319000 Servicios de suministro de datos, 73000000 Servicios de investigación y desarrollo y servicios de consultoría conexos, 73112000 Servicios de investigación marina, 75000000 Servicios de administración pública, defensa y servicios de seguridad social, 90733000 Servicios relacionados con la contaminación del agua, 90741000 Servicios relacionados con la contaminación por hidrocarburos, 90741100 Servicios de seguimiento de vertidos de hidrocarburos

3)Cantidad o extensión:
SATOCEAN aims to provide solutions for
(i) Ocean biotic and abiotic parameters, climatological information and historical statistics;
(ii) Regular monitoring of Marine Protected Areas;
(iii) Detection of vessels and icebergs in Arctic areas;
(iv) Fish farm monitoring and as an optional feature service the ‘Pelagic fisheries support information’.
SATOCEAN shall incorporate and integrate all the services in one single and user friendly platform. The solution should not be limited in the design of the optimal solution, but considering all aspects of data collection, data acquisition, data preparation including data pre-processing, fusion of diverse data, value-added processing algorithms in marine monitoring domain (e.g. primary production, separate information layers for PIC-POC-CDOM), product interpretation and dissemination to contribute to Copernicus Regulation (377/2014), Integrated Maritime Policy (1255/2011), and INSPIRE Directive (2007/2/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council).
An initial list of possible data, methods and models that SATOCEAN could integrate are:
— Both Radar and Optical data and approaches that integrate satellite images and in situ measurements such as for biophysical parameters estimation.
— Methods such as unsupervised classifications, supervised and knowledge-based classifications, pixel-based and object oriented classifications, multivariate alteration detection, SAR Signature analysis, 2-D continuous wavelet technique, and models such as Inversion algorithms, forecast models (e.g. ECMWF model), geophysical model functions (e.g. CMOD4, CMOD-Ifremer, CMOD5), gradient method model (GM), fusion methods for in situ and satellite data.
The above listed features should not be understood as a list of requirements or final list of functions for the solution. The aim of the feature list is the initiation of the discussion in the open market consultation and to assess the currently available solutions.
It is open to the suppliers the possibility to propose additional features in the tender application if appropriate.
Coste estimado IVA excluido:
Horquilla: entre 1 300 000 y 1 600 000 EUR
4)Indicación sobre la fecha distinta de inicio de los procedimientos de adjudicación y/o la duración del contrato
Fecha prevista para el inicio de los procedimientos de adjudicación: 31.5.2018
Fecha prevista de
inicio de las obras: 1.6.2018
ejecución de las obras: 31.8.2020
5)Información adicional sobre los lotes:
Denominación del contrato establecida por el poder adjudicador: Lote Nº: 2 Denominación: Thematic Area 2 — Copernicus Maritime Security downstream service (SATSURVEILLANCE)
1)Breve descripción:
The Copernicus Thematic Area 2 Maritime Security seeks to provide innovative Downstream Earth Observation and Copernicus enabled Services for surveillance and security contributing to the development of EUROSUR regulation by providing services in response to Europe's security challenges in the domain of Border and Maritime Surveillance.
2)Vocabulario común de contratos públicos (CPV)

73100000 Servicios de investigación y desarrollo experimental, 22114300 Mapas, 32534000 Plataformas satélite, 32533000 Estaciones terrestres de telecomunicaciones por satélite, 34712200 Satélites, 35631200 Satélites de observación, 63724000 Servicios de navegación, 63726200 Servicios de rompehielos, 64200000 Servicios de telecomunicaciones, 64216110 Servicios de intercambio electrónico de datos, 64216210 Servicios de información con valor añadido, 71354000 Servicios de cartografía, 71354100 Servicios de cartografía digital, 71354200 Servicios de cartografía aérea, 71354500 Servicios de investigación marítima, 72310000 Servicios de tratamiento de datos, 72316000 Servicios de análisis de datos, 73112000 Servicios de investigación marina, 72319000 Servicios de suministro de datos, 75000000 Servicios de administración pública, defensa y servicios de seguridad social, 79714000 Servicios de vigilancia, 63712710 Servicios de monitorización del tráfico

3)Cantidad o extensión:
SATSURVEILLANCE aims to provide solutions for:
(i) Identification and characterization of unusual/irregular activity detection around critical infrastructure;
(ii) Change detection of features based on preliminary scanning of the AOI and activity reporting through the selection and characterization of the features of interest.
SATSURVEILLANCE shall deliver a complete service that must consider all aspects of data collection planning, data acquisition, data preparation including data pre-processing (e.g. co-registration, calibration), value-added processing algorithms (e.g. interferometric coherence, coefficient of variation, digital elevation), product interpretation and dissemination to contribute to the development of EUROSUR regulation by providing services in response to Europe's security challenges in the domain of Border Security.
An initial list of possible features that SatSurveillance could integrate are:
— Optical and multi-spectral methods, such as unsupervised, supervised and knowledge-based classification algorithms, pixel-based and object oriented recognition approaches, multivariate alteration detection, hyper-spectral algorithms and methodologies that deal with changes between optical images and existing vector data, man-made object recognition, crowd-sourcing features extraction, etc.
— Radar methods, such as constant false-alarm rate detection, interferometric coherence, adaptive filtering, multi-channel segmentation, polarimetric enhanced detection, hybrid methods and coherent detection, edge detection and features extraction, incoherent change detection, MTC and classification, radargrammetric digital modelling, SAR Signature analysis, etc.
The above listed features should not be understood as a list of requirements or final list of functions for the solution. The aim of the feature list is the initiation of the discussion in the open market consultation and to assess the currently available solutions.
It is open to the suppliers the possibility to propose additional features in the tender application if appropriate.
Coste estimado IVA excluido:
Horquilla: entre 1 150 000 y 1 450 000 EUR
4)Indicación sobre la fecha distinta de inicio de los procedimientos de adjudicación y/o la duración del contrato
Fecha prevista para el inicio de los procedimientos de adjudicación: 31.5.2018
Fecha prevista de
inicio de las obras: 1.6.2018
ejecución de las obras: 31.8.2020
5)Información adicional sobre los lotes:

Apartado III: Información de carácter jurídico, económico, financiero y técnico

III.1)Condiciones relativas al contrato
III.1.1)Principales condiciones de financiación y de pago y/o referencia a las disposiciones que las regulan:
III.2)Condiciones de participación
III.2.1)Información sobre contratos reservados

Apartado VI: Información complementaria

VI.1)Información sobre fondos de la Unión Europea
Se relaciona el contrato con un proyecto o programa financiado con fondos de la Unión Europea: sí
Referencia de los proyectos o programas: This procurement is funded by the European Union's Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme, under grant agreement number 730098 MARINE-EO. The EU is however not participating as a contracting authority in this procurement.
VI.2)Información adicional:
This PIN is an indication only of potential future procurement activity and is not a commitment to procure. The competitive phase of the public procurement procedure is conducted separately after the open market consultation and all potential bidders are treated equally.
The pre-commercial procurement is exempted from Directives 2004/18 and 2004/1710 and the national laws that implement them.
VI.3)Información sobre el marco normativo general
VI.4)Fecha de envío del presente anuncio:
3.5.2017