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Library Concierge and Security Services Norwich

Library Concierge and Security Services Norwich

Library Concierge and Security Services Norwich The University of East Anglia Library is a 24/7, 365 working environment. United Kingdom-Norwich: Security services 2016/S 041-067484 Directive 2004/18/EC Section I: Contracting authority I.1) Name, addresses and contact point(s) University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park For the attention of: Claire Woodcroft NR4 7TJ Norwich UNITED KINGDOM Telephone: +44 1603592728 E-mail: [email protected] 1 Fax: +44 1603593526 Internet address(es): General address of the contracting authority: http://www.uea.ac.uk 2 Address of the buyer profile: http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofeastanglia/aspx/Home 3 Further information can be obtained from: University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Contact point(s): In-Tend For the attention of: Claire Woodcroft NR4 7TJ Norwich UNITED KINGDOM Specifications and additional documents (including documents for competitive dialogue and a dynamic purchasing system) can be obtained from: University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Contact point(s): In-Tend For the attention of: Claire Woodcroft NR4 7TJ Norwich UNITED KINGDOM Internet address: http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofeastanglia/aspx/Home 4 Tenders or requests to participate must be sent to: University of East Anglia Norwich Research Park Contact point(s): In-Tend For the attention of: Claire Woodcroft NR4 7TJ Norwich UNITED KINGDOM Internet address: http://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofeastanglia/aspx/Home 5 I.2) Type of the contracting authority Body governed by public law I.3) Main activity Education Other: research I.4) Contract award on behalf of other contracting authorities The contracting authority is purchasing on behalf of other contracting authorities: no Section II: Object of the contract II.1) Description II.1.1) Title attributed to the contract by the contracting authority: PURCON645 Library Concierge and Security Services. II.1.2) Type of contract and location of works, place of delivery or of performance Services Service category No 23: Investigation and security services, except armoured car services Main site or location of works, place of delivery or of performance: Norwich.

NUTS code UKH13 II.1.3) Information about a public contract, a framework agreement or a dynamic purchasing system (DPS) The notice involves a public contract II.1.4) Information on framework agreement II.1.5) Short description of the contract or purchase(s) The University of East Anglia Library is a 24/7, 365 working environment, the continued provision of a customer focused 24/7 service is important in maintaining the reputation of both the library and the University. This contract is for a combined Library concierge/ security service for the University Campus Library outside of the Library Staff contracted hours. The Library covers almost 8 000 square metres over 6 floors, at busy times there can be well over 400 people working in the building at any time during hours when the supplier will be on-duty.

II.1.6) Common procurement vocabulary (CPV) II.1.7) Information about Government Procurement Agreement (GPA) The contract is covered by the Government Procurement Agreement (GPA): no II.1.8) Lots This contract is divided into lots: no II.1.9) Information about variants Variants will be accepted: no II.2) Quantity or scope of the contract II.2.1) Total quantity or scope: It is anticipated that the contract will be awarded for an initial period of 2 years with the option to extend up to a total contract duration of 4 years. Estimated value excluding VAT: Range: between 220 000 and 440 000 GBP II.2.2) Information about options Options: yes Description of these options: It is anticipated that the contract will be awarded for an initial period of 2 years with the option to extend up to a total contract duration of 4 years. II.2.3) Information about renewals This contract is subject to renewal: yes Number of possible renewals: Range: between 1 and 2 II.3) Duration of the contract or time limit for completion Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information III.1) Conditions relating to the contract III.1.1) Deposits and guarantees required: III.1.2) Main financing conditions and payment arrangements and/or reference to the relevant provisions governing them: References to these matters where applicable will be made in the Invitation to Tender.

III.1.3) Legal form to be taken by the group of economic operators to whom the contract is to be awarded: References to these matters where applicable will be made in the Invitation to Tender. III.1.4) Other particular conditions The performance of the contract is subject to particular conditions: no III.2) Conditions for participation III.2.1) Personal situation of economic operators, including requirements relating to enrolment on professional or trade registers Information and formalities necessary for evaluating if the requirements are met: Applicants will be required to complete a pre qualification questionnaire. III.2.2) Economic and financial ability Information and formalities necessary for evaluating if the requirements are met: Applicants will be required to complete a pre qualification questionnaire.

Minimum level(s) of standards possibly required: Please refer to the pre qualification questionnaire. III.2.3) Technical capacity Minimum level(s) of standards possibly required: Please refer to the pre qualification questionnaire. III.2.4) Information about reserved contracts III.3) Conditions specific to services contracts III.3.1) Information about a particular profession Execution of the service is reserved to a particular profession: no III.3.2) Staff responsible for the execution of the service Legal persons should indicate the names and professional qualifications of the staff responsible for the execution of the service: no Section IV: Procedure IV.1) Type of procedure IV.1.1) Type of procedure Restricted IV.1.2) Limitations on the number of operators who will be invited to tender or to participate Envisaged number of operators: 5 Objective criteria for choosing the limited number of candidates: Please refer to the pre qualification questionnaire.

IV.1.3) Reduction of the number of operators during the negotiation or dialogue IV.2) Award criteria IV.2.1) Award criteria The most economically advantageous tender in terms of the criteria stated in the specifications, in the invitation to tender or to negotiate or in the descriptive document IV.2.2) Information about electronic auction An electronic auction will be used: no IV.3) Administrative information IV.3.1) File reference number attributed by the contracting authority: PURCON645 IV.3.2) Previous publication(s) concerning the same contract no IV.3.3) Conditions for obtaining specifications and additional documents or descriptive document Time limit for receipt of requests for documents or for accessing documents: 31.3.2016 12:00 Payable documents: no IV.3.4) Time limit for receipt of tenders or requests to participate 31.3.2016 12:00 IV.3.5) Date of dispatch of invitations to tender or to participate to selected candidates IV.3.6) Language(s) in which tenders or requests to participate may be drawn up English. IV.3.7) Minimum time frame during which the tenderer must maintain the tender IV.3.8) Conditions for opening of tenders Section VI: Complementary information VI.1) Information about recurrence This is a recurrent procurement: yes Estimated timing for further notices to be published: 2020. VI.2) Information about European Union funds The contract is related to a project and/or programme financed by European Union funds: no VI.3) Additional information Please note that this procurement will be conducted via In-Tend our e-tendering portal.

You will need to register with In-Tend free of charge if you wish to access the pre qualification questionnaire and tender documents. To register please go to https://in-tendhost.co.uk/universityofeastanglia/aspx/Home 6 Follow the instructions on the system. VI.4) Procedures for appeal VI.4.1) Body responsible for appeal procedures VI.4.2) Lodging of appeals VI.4.3) Service from which information about the lodging of appeals may be obtained VI.5) Date of dispatch of this notice: 24.2.2016 Enjoyed this post?

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East Anglia Wind Farm Development Reveals Lost WWI Germany …

East Anglia Wind Farm Development Reveals Lost WWI Germany …

Clean Power 1 Published on January 22nd, 2016 | by Joshua S Hill January 22nd, 2016 by Joshua S Hill 2 Seabed scanning in preparation for wind farm development in the East Anglia Zone off the coast of Norfolk and Suffolk has revealed a Germany WWI submarine. In advance of any offshore wind farm development, a bevy of tasks must be completed to ensure that the projected development area is safe, secure, and ready for offshore wind farm development. One such task is scanning the seafloor for any obstacles that might get in the way of installing the foundations necessary for offshore wind turbines.

Obstacles such as German World War I submarines lost since 1915. Wind farm developers ScottishPower Renewables (SPR) and Vattenfall were conducting just such scans and recently found 3 an uncharted wreck of a WWI German submarine 90 kilometers from the shore. SPR and Vattenfall were using advanced sonar technology to scan over 6,000km 2 of the seabed in the Southern North Sea over two years, which is nearly 4 times the size of Greater London (1,583km 2 ).

The scanning team were expecting to see wrecks, but such a discovery was quite a surprise and has been extremely interesting, said Charlie Jordan, ScottishPower Renewables project director for the East Anglia ONE windfarm. Following the discovery the team reported its findings to the relevant authorities, including RoW (Receiver of Wreck) in the UK, said Andy Paine, Vattenfall project director of East Anglia Offshore Wind Farm. The seabed scanning had been undertaken by Netherlands-owned company Fugro, and their team made us aware of the Dutch Navy s hunt for its last remaining missing WWII submarine, the Dutch military submarine HNLMS 013, which went missing during World War II , in June, 1940.

We were all extremely keen to make contact with the Dutch Navy to see if this could be the submarine they have been looking for over so many years: could we at last have solved the mystery? In fact, after GoPro footage was taken by Dutch Navy divers, the layout of the wreck suggested that it was German in origin, and was later identified as a Type U-31 WWI German submarine, and later confirmed to be German Submarine U-331, which left for patrol on 13 January, 1915, and never returned. SM U-31 was commissioned into the Imperial German Navy in September 1914.

On 13th January 1915, the U-31 slipped its mooring and sailed north-west from Wilhelmshaven for a routine patrol and disappeared, explained Mark Dunkley, marine archaeologist at Historic England. It is thought that U-31 had struck a mine off England s east coast and sank with the loss of its entire complement of 4 officers, 31 men. The discovery and identification of SM U-31 by ScottishPower Renewables and Vattenfall, lying some 91km east of Caister-on-Sea, Norfolk, is a significant achievement.

After being on the seabed for over a century, the submarine appears to be in a remarkable condition with the conning tower present and the bows partially buried. Relatives and descendants of those lost in the U-31 may now take some comfort in knowing the final resting place of the crew and the discovery serves as a poignant reminder of all those lost at sea, on land and in the air during the First World War. Whilst it was disappointing from our perspective when we realised the wreck was not that of O-13, we conducted several dives with divers of the minehunter HNLMS Makkum and with a REMUS UAV sonar team with the aim to achieve clearer footage of the wreck and undertake investigative work to ascertain its identity, added Commander (Retired) Jouke Spoelstra of the RNLNavy/Submarine Service, who heads up project Search for O-13 .

It wasn t an easy job and several dives were required before any real progress was made due to the sea conditions surrounding the site meaning we couldn t obtain any evidence revealing the exact identity. Fortunately on a recent dive undertaken by the Lamlash North Sea Diving team they had good conditions and so were able to achieve clear footage and finally identify the wreck. Let us know where you d like to attend CleanTechnica solar and/or EV events 4 .

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Smart camera tech that could automate cars, home, security settings

Smart camera tech that could automate cars, home, security settings

Smart camera tech that could automate cars, home, security settings November 20, 2015 by Steve Martin A startup that licenses Purdue University technology has created a deep-learning camera and hardware package that can be taught to recognize objects or perform tasks that could be used in security, automotive, industrial and defense applications. Eugenio Culurciello, associate professor in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and co-founder of TeraDeep, said deep-learning technology 1 is inspired by the human brain. “TeraDeep is commercializing a very popular scientific tool that is based on large neural networks to learn and understand data, like the content of images and videos, the same way humans do,” he said. “The technology can be trained to perform a certain way by watching similar videos or being shown examples. Users can apply rules to enable it to detect a certain action or object and even recognize individual faces.” TeraDeep licensed the technology through the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization.

The company also is a client of Purdue Foundry, an entrepreneurship and commercialization hub located in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship at Purdue. More than 20 startups based on Purdue intellectual property were launched in the 2015 fiscal year.

Culurciello said TeraDeep’s technology gives machines the ability to see the environment around them. He said it could be applied to any industry that needs to process large numbers of images or videos. “One of the biggest applications for our technology could be in the automotive industry. Automotive manufacturers are trying to make car segments semi-autonomous, which could lower the risk of accidents due to human error.

Our technology is able to bring a processing capability to a vehicle, perceiving the outside environment and taking action based on certain elements, such as identifying pedestrians, navigating and ensuring security,” he said. “Another application could be changing how a device performs depending on who is operating it. This could mean changing television settings based on whether a child or adult is watching, or automatically adjusting the temperature based on occupancy in a room.” Culurciello said traditional camera systems aren’t as sophisticated as the TeraDeep technology. “Current systems have problems distinguishing between things such as humans and pets because they detect only movement instead of a particular object or person. These systems have a large number of false alarms and have to record huge amounts of video to determine if there is a threat, which wastes time and resources,” he said. “Our system records the segments only where a person or object that the client wants to identify is present.

It can also allow for smart locks, giving people access to different locations based on facial recognition.” TeraDeep uses its own hardware system so footage can be processed faster with more privacy than conventional methods. “Video that is captured on current camera systems usually is streamed in the cloud, and people hosting the server look at the video and process the parts that are interesting so users don’t have to look at hours of footage. This method has no means to protect privacy and can take hours,” Culurciello said. “TeraDeep utilizes an accelerator-embedded hardware system rather than software and the cloud. This means footage can be processed locally, privately and more timely, so that it can raise an alarm almost immediately without relying on the cloud or cell phones.” TeraDeep has received interest from the automotive industry 2 and various defense industries.

Culurciello said TeraDeep, which has offices in Santa Clara, California, and West Lafayette, Indiana, is looking to develop its technology further and establish relationships in industrial sectors. “We would like to make our own microchip or license our own microchip so everything would run faster and better. Partnerships with both server and hardware entities would allow us to do that,” he said. “We are also open to securing partners in the security and or automotive industries while growing our offices.” Explore further: Researchers enabling smartphones to identify objects 3 More from General Physics 4 Related Stories Researchers enabling smartphones to identify objects 5 March 19, 2014 (Phys.org) Researchers are working to enable smartphones and other mobile devices to understand and immediately identify objects in a camera’s field of view, overlaying lines of text that describe items in the environment. New technology could make digital text, images on computer screens easier to see 6 November 11, 2014 CPrecisely, a Purdue Research Park-based company, is developing technology to allow people to see digital content with increased sharpness on displays like tablets, smartphones and laptops without the need for corrective …

3-D printing innovation capable of making stronger, lighter metal works for auto, aerospace industries 7 November 21, 2014 A Purdue innovation that produces stronger, lighter metal parts that work for the automotive and aerospace industries through a new, 3-D printing technology is being commercialized through Frontier Additive Manufacturing … Startup commercializes assistive wheelchair technology, develops first prototype 8 October 16, 2015 A Purdue startup is commercializing an assistive wheelchair technology that could provide people with disabilities an efficient and easy-to-use method to more easily position and remove an iPad or other mobile device without … Technology could increase the production of plant-based industrial materials like natural rubber 9 November 3, 2015 An agricultural technology accelerator has licensed a Purdue innovation that could increase natural rubber production and expand production to new geographies.

Recommended for you Stretch the new flex for programmable rubber keyboard 10 November 24, 2015 Scientists at the University of Auckland have developed a soft, flexible, stretchable keyboard using a type of rubber known as a dielectric elastomer. Researcher suggests storing solar energy underground for a cloudy day 11 November 24, 2015 Over the last few years, Mark Jacobson, a Stanford professor of civil and environmental engineering, and his colleague, Mark Delucchi of the University of California, Berkeley, have produced a series of plans, based on huge … Carbon Capture: key green technology shackled by costs 12 November 21, 2015 Every credible plan to save humanity from global warming reserves a key role for a green energy technology called carbon capture and storage.

UAE channels oil money into alternative energy 13 November 23, 2015 Rising from the desert outside Abu Dhabi, Masdar city is laying the groundwork for when the United Arab Emirates’ oil wells run dry. Glider pilots aim for the stratosphere 14 November 20, 2015 Talk about serendipity. Einar Enevoldson was strolling past a scientist’s office in 1991 when he noticed a freshly printed image tacked to the wall.

He was thunderstruck; it showed faint particles in the sky that proved something … ‘Power Over Wi-Fi’ named one of the year’s game-changing technologies 15 November 18, 2015 University of Washington engineers have developed a novel technology that uses a Wi-Fi router a source of ubiquitous but untapped energy in indoor environments to power devices.

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Sign in to get notified via email when new comments are made. Smart camera tech that could automate cars, home, security settings November 20, 2015 by Steve Martin A startup that licenses Purdue University technology has created a deep-learning camera and hardware package that can be taught to recognize objects or perform tasks that could be used in security, automotive, industrial and defense applications. Eugenio Culurciello, associate professor in the Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering and co-founder of TeraDeep, said deep-learning technology 19 is inspired by the human brain. “TeraDeep is commercializing a very popular scientific tool that is based on large neural networks to learn and understand data, like the content of images and videos, the same way humans do,” he said. “The technology can be trained to perform a certain way by watching similar videos or being shown examples.

Users can apply rules to enable it to detect a certain action or object and even recognize individual faces.” TeraDeep licensed the technology through the Purdue Research Foundation Office of Technology Commercialization. The company also is a client of Purdue Foundry, an entrepreneurship and commercialization hub located in the Burton D. Morgan Center for Entrepreneurship at Purdue.

More than 20 startups based on Purdue intellectual property were launched in the 2015 fiscal year. Culurciello said TeraDeep’s technology gives machines the ability to see the environment around them. He said it could be applied to any industry that needs to process large numbers of images or videos. “One of the biggest applications for our technology could be in the automotive industry.

Automotive manufacturers are trying to make car segments semi-autonomous, which could lower the risk of accidents due to human error. Our technology is able to bring a processing capability to a vehicle, perceiving the outside environment and taking action based on certain elements, such as identifying pedestrians, navigating and ensuring security,” he said. “Another application could be changing how a device performs depending on who is operating it. This could mean changing television settings based on whether a child or adult is watching, or automatically adjusting the temperature based on occupancy in a room.” Culurciello said traditional camera systems aren’t as sophisticated as the TeraDeep technology. “Current systems have problems distinguishing between things such as humans and pets because they detect only movement instead of a particular object or person.

These systems have a large number of false alarms and have to record huge amounts of video to determine if there is a threat, which wastes time and resources,” he said. “Our system records the segments only where a person or object that the client wants to identify is present. It can also allow for smart locks, giving people access to different locations based on facial recognition.” TeraDeep uses its own hardware system so footage can be processed faster with more privacy than conventional methods. “Video that is captured on current camera systems usually is streamed in the cloud, and people hosting the server look at the video and process the parts that are interesting so users don’t have to look at hours of footage. This method has no means to protect privacy and can take hours,” Culurciello said. “TeraDeep utilizes an accelerator-embedded hardware system rather than software and the cloud.

This means footage can be processed locally, privately and more timely, so that it can raise an alarm almost immediately without relying on the cloud or cell phones.” TeraDeep has received interest from the automotive industry 20 and various defense industries. Culurciello said TeraDeep, which has offices in Santa Clara, California, and West Lafayette, Indiana, is looking to develop its technology further and establish relationships in industrial sectors. “We would like to make our own microchip or license our own microchip so everything would run faster and better. Partnerships with both server and hardware entities would allow us to do that,” he said. “We are also open to securing partners in the security and or automotive industries while growing our offices.” Explore further: Researchers enabling smartphones to identify objects 21 More from General Physics 22 Related Stories Researchers enabling smartphones to identify objects 23 March 19, 2014 (Phys.org) Researchers are working to enable smartphones and other mobile devices to understand and immediately identify objects in a camera’s field of view, overlaying lines of text that describe items in the environment.

New technology could make digital text, images on computer screens easier to see 24 November 11, 2014 CPrecisely, a Purdue Research Park-based company, is developing technology to allow people to see digital content with increased sharpness on displays like tablets, smartphones and laptops without the need for corrective …

3-D printing innovation capable of making stronger, lighter metal works for auto, aerospace industries 25 November 21, 2014 A Purdue innovation that produces stronger, lighter metal parts that work for the automotive and aerospace industries through a new, 3-D printing technology is being commercialized through Frontier Additive Manufacturing … Startup commercializes assistive wheelchair technology, develops first prototype 26 October 16, 2015 A Purdue startup is commercializing an assistive wheelchair technology that could provide people with disabilities an efficient and easy-to-use method to more easily position and remove an iPad or other mobile device without … Technology could increase the production of plant-based industrial materials like natural rubber 27 November 3, 2015 An agricultural technology accelerator has licensed a Purdue innovation that could increase natural rubber production and expand production to new geographies.

Recommended for you Stretch the new flex for programmable rubber keyboard 28 November 24, 2015 Scientists at the University of Auckland have developed a soft, flexible, stretchable keyboard using a type of rubber known as a dielectric elastomer. Researcher suggests storing solar energy underground for a cloudy day 29 November 24, 2015 Over the last few years, Mark Jacobson, a Stanford professor of civil and environmental engineering, and his colleague, Mark Delucchi of the University of California, Berkeley, have produced a series of plans, based on huge … Carbon Capture: key green technology shackled by costs 30 November 21, 2015 Every credible plan to save humanity from global warming reserves a key role for a green energy technology called carbon capture and storage.

UAE channels oil money into alternative energy 31 November 23, 2015 Rising from the desert outside Abu Dhabi, Masdar city is laying the groundwork for when the United Arab Emirates’ oil wells run dry. Glider pilots aim for the stratosphere 32 November 20, 2015 Talk about serendipity. Einar Enevoldson was strolling past a scientist’s office in 1991 when he noticed a freshly printed image tacked to the wall.

He was thunderstruck; it showed faint particles in the sky that proved something … ‘Power Over Wi-Fi’ named one of the year’s game-changing technologies 33 November 18, 2015 University of Washington engineers have developed a novel technology that uses a Wi-Fi router a source of ubiquitous but untapped energy in indoor environments to power devices.

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