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Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) and associate vehicular movement monitoring requirements - framework agreement

Portsmouth City Council - Portsmouth, South East, United Kingdom →

Closed Contract notice

Portsmouth City Council ('the council') is seeking to appoint a supplier on a partnership basis to a single supplier framework for the design, supply, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera equipment and supporting software.

The framework agreement will be used to establish a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) within the city centre. Establishing the charging CAZ is in response to a Ministerial Directive issued to the council that requires the...

Portsmouth City Council ('the council') is seeking to appoint a supplier on a partnership basis to a single supplier framework for the design, supply, installation, commissioning, operation and maintenance of Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) camera equipment and supporting software.

The framework agreement will be used to establish a charging Clean Air Zone (CAZ) within the city centre. Establishing the charging CAZ is in response to a Ministerial Directive issued to the council that requires the council to implement measures to achieve compliance with statutory Nitrous Oxide (NO2) concentration limits within the shortest possible timescales. The current operational 'go live' date for the city centre CAZ is 1st January 2022, following trialing of the system from September 2021.

The successful supplier will be required to work with the council on a two-stage open book partnership basis. The first stage will concern the finalisation of the design, programme and cost which will be presented to the Joint Air Quality Unit (JAQU) within a Full Business Case funding application. The current submission date for the Final Business Case is 30th September 2020, although this date is still to be agreed with JAQU. The second stage will concern the supply, installation, integration and commissioning of the CAZ along with ongoing operation and maintenance. Funding in respect of the CAZ only is provided by JAQU and will not be confirmed until the Full Business Case is submitted and approved. As a result, the council will not enter into any contracts for the second stage until this funding has been confirmed.

The council's recently submitted Outline Business Case is available on the council's website at https://www.portsmouth.gov.uk/ext/environmental-health/air-quality-and-pollution/air-quality-in-portsmouth

The framework will also be used to support the council's current bus lane, bus gate and school 'keep clear' enforcement schemes. The current schemes include a network of 5 bus lane/gate cameras and 7 school enforcement cameras. The school enforcement cameras are used at multiple locations with 30 locations currently set up for monitoring and enforcement. The envisaged hand over date for all bus lane, bus gate and school enforcement schemes is 29th July 2021, at which point the new equipment must be fully operational.

In addition the framework agreement may also be used to supply associated equipment, works and services including:
• Expansion of current enforcement and CAZ services
• Moving traffic violation enforcement
• Anti-idling enforcement
• Air quality monitoring
• Traffic noise monitoring
• Smart City traffic monitoring
• Bluetooth traffic monitoring
• Artificial Intelligence for the management of highway networks
• Data analytics for highway network management solutions
• Vehicle speed monitoring
• CCTV ca...

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Contract status:

Contract notice - closed

Contract value:

£4M - 20M

Contract can renew:

Yes

Contract type:

Products

Contract sectors:

  • Road equipment
  • Traffic-monitoring equipment
  • Surveillance and security systems and devices
  • Control, safety,signalling and light equipment
  • Radio transmission apparatus with reception apparatus
  • Road equipment
  • Traffic-monitoring equipment
  • Surveillance and security systems and devices
  • Control, safety,signalling and light equipment
  • Radio transmission apparatus with reception apparatus
  • Data-transmission equipment
  • Digital transmission apparatus
  • Wireless telecommunications system
  • Transport equipment and auxiliary products to transportation
  • Construction work for pipelines, communication and power lines, for highways, roads, airfields and railways; flatwork
  • Electrical installation work
  • Support services for land transport
  • Programming services of packaged software products
  • Engineering design services
  • Pollution tracking and monitoring and rehabilitation
  • Pollutants tracking and monitoring and rehabilitation services
  • Civic-amenity services
  • Financial analysis and accounting software package
  • See 13 more...

Contract location:

  • South East
  • South East

Framework contract:

Yes

Contract suitable for SME:

No

Contract suitable for VCO:

No


Contract notice published:

21 November 2019

Contract tender deadline:

6 January 2020

Contract start:

27 April 2020

Contract end:

26 April 2024

Contract duration:

4 years