Poland-Warsaw: Maritime analysis tools
Section I: Contracting authority
Main address: https://etendering.ted.europa.eu/cft/cft-display.html?cftId=3095
Section II: Object
Maritime analysis tools.
Frontex aims to acquire multiple access (minimum 4) to maritime analysis tools for a specific period of time (1 year). Frontex will use this access to carry out a ‘proof of concept’ to objectively understand the capacities of these maritime analytical tools (their performance, modality of use, provider support needed in the daily use, evolution and adaptability, etc.) and to measure how the analytical tool outcomes fit, in a cost-efficient way, with Frontex maritime risk analysis requirements to support multipurpose operational response.
Frontex premises, Warsaw, Poland.
Through this procurement Frontex aims to acquire multiple access (minimum 4) to maritime analysis tools for a specific period of time (1 year). Frontex will use this access to carry out a ‘proof of concept’ to objectively understand the capacities of these maritime analytical tools (their performance, modality of use, provider support needed in the daily use, evolution and adaptability, etc.) and to measure how the analytical tool outcomes fit, in a cost-efficient way, with Frontex maritime risk analysis requirements to support multipurpose operational response.
The pilot project will be executed within 1 calendar year after the contract signature, the selected provider will deploy in Frontex premises maritime analysis tools. The provider shall ensure secure accessibility and usability of these tools by installing any necessary resources permitting that a minimum of 4 simultaneous accesses to the maritime analytical tools are available to Frontex staff at any given time.
The pilot project initiation and setup shall be started in the second quarter of 2018 followed by operational trials and assessment during 2018.
a. Contract the service provision — 2nd quarter 2018 (intended start date 1.4.2018).
b. Use the service — during 2018.
c. Evaluate results — 2nd quarter 2019.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
A tenderer is asked to prove that they are authorised to perform the contract under the national law as evidenced by inclusion in a trade or professional register, or a sworn declaration or certificate, membership of a specific organisation, express authorisation or entry in the VAT register.
The tenderer shall provide a duly filled in and signed legal entity form (see the link below) accompanied by the documents requested therein.
Candidates must demonstrate that they have sufficient economic and financial resources to be able to carry out the tasks specified in this contract notice.
— average annual turnover must be equal to or greater than 2 000 000 EUR for the last 3 financial years (2014, 2015, 2016).
This evaluation shall be based on the following:
(a) a statement as to overall annual turnover during the past 3 financial years signed by the duly authorised legal representative of the company.
The candidates shall provide information and formalities necessary for evaluating if the requirements are met:
(a) proof that candidates are authorised to perform the contract under national law, as evidenced by inclusion in a trade or professional register, or a sworn declaration or certificate, membership of a specific organization, express authorisation, or entry in the VAT register;
(b) a list of similar projects/contracts implemented in the past 3 years with a brief description, showing experience in the subject of this call for tender; the minimum required number is 3;
(c) characteristics/functionalities of the tool which they can provide:
bidders are required to fill in the relevant table inventorying the required capacity and capability to deliver the service required. Only tenderers capable of providing a tool with both mandatory and at least 1 of the optional features shall be invited to tender;
1. mandatory: your tools capture, hold and manage global reporting systems data for at least the last 5 years (i.e. worldwide reporting system information);
2. mandatory: your tools allow the users to establish rules and queries based on ship behaviour (i.e. vessel involved in transhipping at sea, vessel switch off AIS);
3. optional: your tools include access to vessels' historical data (i.e. previous year ports of call);
4. optional: your tools include the fusion of external information sources in the vessels' historical and reporting systems data (i.e. shipping companies information);
5. optional: your tools deliver analytical capabilities supported on machine learning/artificial intelligence (i.e. vessel similarity and clustering analysis supported by machine learning).
Section IV: Procedure
Section VI: Complementary information
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