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Norway-Gjøvik: Telecommunications system
Contract award notice
Results of the procurement procedure
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
System for Direct Emergency Call-out Guard Services — Contract Award
HDO needs a technical system that covers the need for immediate emergency call-out of guard services from alarm buttons that will be placed in strategic positions at the client's premises.
HDO needs a technical system that covers the need for immediate emergency call-out of guard services from alarm buttons that will be placed in strategic positions at the client's premises. Members in such guard services use Nødnett [Emergency Network] radio terminals, and it is a requirement that the alarm is sent to these radio terminals. If there is an event requiring emergency assistance in for e.g. a hospital, the personnel have the opportunity to activate the alarm buttons that are predefined for relevant events with information about the type of event and where it is occurring. The system must cover different types of alarm buttons. If an alarm button is activated, the offered system must configure to send the call-out either automatically to preconfigured resources or to defined operator station(s) for manual retransmission. The system must contain a number of operator stations/service stations for administration and follow-up of call-outs, message texts and resources (emergency team).
The system will be operated by HDO or local/regional ICT companies. There is an expectation that a complete system for installation can be delivered within 60 — 90 days according to the individual call-off.
The framework agreement can be used by all organisational entities where HDO has complete or partial operational responsibility, including i.a. All Norwegian hospitals and municipalities.
Section IV: Procedure
Section V: Award of contract
System for Direct Emergency Call-out Guard Services — Step 2 Call for Tenders
Section VI: Complementary information
The total value of the contract is based on the potential that lies in the fact that several of the involved hospitals use the offered system and is not a binding value in the framework agreement.