ADAC seeks IT consultancy services
, May 27, 2013
Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC) has invited expression of interest from suitably experienced entities for the design consultancy services for the airport wide ICT infrastructure, network and equipment.
The design consultant will provide IT consultancy services in support of the development programme for ADAC airports, said a notification.
The prospective consultant shall be required to provide a wide range of technical expertise, design and design review services and act as technical authority to review all technology aspects.
Design review shall include evaluating technology trends and advancements to align their application towards lifecycle cost-effectiveness and efficiency.
IT systems include but not limited to wide area network, local area network (wired and wireless), airport operational database, resource management system, flight information display system, common use terminal equipment, common use self-service kiosk, baggage reconciliation system, visual guidance docking system, data centre, cable management system, billing system, point of sale, public address system, intercommunication system, telephone, IP telephone, voice/data, master antenna, master clock, lighting control and communication infrastructure including control rooms and communication rooms.
The evaluation criteria would be based on similar projects successfully completed and/or under execution within the past five years, each contract should be for a minimum value of Dh10 million ($2.7 million), suitability and availability of experienced staff, capacity to meet financial obligations in delivering services, and local registration certificate, it said.
The closing time for responses to be received is June 5. - TradeArabia News Service
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