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  • Notice Summary
    IE-Ireland: Supply of GPS/GMS Seal Tags
    GB003ZM300628
    Education Procurement Service (EPS)
    27 June 2019
    18 July 2019
    Contract Notice - Other
  • Notice Abstract

    Tenders are sought for GPS/GMS Seal Tags which will be used for tracking seals in the Irish Sea and are required as part of the Sea Monitor Project. Tags must be waterproof to >500m depth and have minimum battery life of six (6) months at a GPS fix interval of 5-10 minutes. Tags should be small and streamlined enough to be affixed to juvenile harbour seals by gluing to the fur just behind their head. Tags must utilise fast acquisition (milliseconds) technology which offers the possibility of recording locations at short surface intervals. Tags must incorporate GSM technology to relay information ashore so the animals do not need to be recaptured for the data to be retrieved as recapture of animals is not possible. Tags must include precision wet/dry, pressure (0-600m) and temperature (-5 to +40 degrees Celsius) sensors to form detailed individual dive (max depth, shape, time at depth, etc) and haul-out records along with temperature profiles and synoptic summary records. The supplier must be able provide the positional and dive data in Access database format and provide technical support.

  • Notice Details

    CONTRACT NOTICE – NATIONAL

    SUPPLIES

    1 Authority Details

    1.1

    Authority Name and Address


    Education Procurement Service (EPS)

    University of Limerick, Co.Limerick Castletroy

    Ireland


    IE

    Colette Gallagher

    N/A


    N/A

    1.2

    Address from which documentation may be obtained

    As in 1.1

    1.3

    Completed documents must be returned to:

    As in 1.1

    2 Contract Details

    2.1

    Title

    Supply of GPS/GMS Seal Tags

    2.2

    Description of the goods or services required

    Tenders are sought for GPS/GMS Seal Tags which will be used for tracking seals in the Irish Sea and are required as part of the Sea Monitor Project. Tags must be waterproof to >500m depth and have minimum battery life of six (6) months at a GPS fix interval of 5-10 minutes. Tags should be small and streamlined enough to be affixed to juvenile harbour seals by gluing to the fur just behind their head. Tags must utilise fast acquisition (milliseconds) technology which offers the possibility of recording locations at short surface intervals. Tags must incorporate GSM technology to relay information ashore so the animals do not need to be recaptured for the data to be retrieved as recapture of animals is not possible. Tags must include precision wet/dry, pressure (0-600m) and temperature (-5 to +40 degrees Celsius) sensors to form detailed individual dive (max depth, shape, time at depth, etc) and haul-out records along with temperature profiles and synoptic summary records. The supplier must be able provide the positional and dive data in Access database format and provide technical support.

    2.3

    Notice Coding and Classification

    2.4

    Total quantity or scope of tender

    3 Conditions for Participation

    3.1

    Minimum standards and qualification required

    4 Administrative Information

    4.1

    Type of Procedure

    The procedure type is unknown.

    4.2

    Reference number attributed to the notice by the contracting authority

    AEE031C

    4.3

    Time Limits

       18-07-2019  Time 14:00

    4.5

    Language or languages in which tenders or requests to participate can be drawn up

    EN 

    4.6

    Tender Submission Postbox

    5 Other Information

    5.1

    Additional Information

    Please visit the following portal to view this notice:

    https://irl.eu-supply.com/app/rfq/publicpurchase.asp?PID=149556

    Response deadline (Irish time) 18-07-2019 at 14:00 hrs

    (MT Ref:300628)

    5.2

    Additional Documentation

    5.3

    Publication date of this notice

     27-06-2019