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N. 91/2018 - 207883-2018
Publicatiedatum:15/05/2018
Uiterste datum:
 
Type:Kopersprofiel
Land:IT
Onderwerp:
Services de recherche et développement et services de conseil connexes
Aanbestedende overheid:
European Space Agency (ESRIN)

CPV-classificatie (gemeenschappelijke woordenlijst overheidsopdrachten):
73000000
Beschrijving:
Onderzoek en ontwikkeling, en aanverwante adviezen.

European Space Agency (ESRIN) Largo Galileo Galilei, 1 Frascati 00044 Luc Govaert _hidden_@esa.int http://www.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int Space European Space Agency / ESRIN Largo Galileo Galilei 1 Frascati 00044

PRISM: Copernicus Contributing Missions Access Support Functions and Platform

Objective of the Copernicus Contributing Missions access support functions and platform (PRISM) is the provision of the Coordinated Data Access System (CDS) service, which includes the operations, maintenance and evolution of the ensemble of existing supporting functions, processes, tools and infrastructures that coordinate the overall data access and information flow between the Copernicus Contributing Missions and the Copernicus Services and also eligible European Union Institutions, Public Authorities, Union Research Projects. This procurement takes into consideration the evolution of the remote sensing data offer, of the Copernicus Services needs and cloud-based solutions.

The procurement intends to cover initially the continuity of the CDS service and subsequently the enhancement (e.g., adapt and/or replace as needed) of the current CDS support functions (i.e., its processes, the tools, infrastructure and knowledge) and re-alignment the overall service to the user expectations and in particular providing state of the art data access (i.e. discovery, view, download, exploitation) from all data supply entities with scalable solutions, and integrate web service functionalities, hosted processing and data analytics environments as necessary.

The procurement will accept only offers that include the full scope of the work, responding to all tender requirements. Such comprehensive offers can be submitted either by a single entity or by a consortium led by a prime. Consequently, un-coordinated partial offers (e.g., bidding only for parts of the service provision, or only for specific support functions) will not be accepted, as they would jeopardise the successful accomplishment of the undertaking.

This iITT will be found in EMITS under the following reference numbers AIRN number 18.187.04 and AO number: 1-9421.

This Invitation to Tender will be issued by the European Space Agency (ESA). It will be open exclusively to economic operators that have their registered office in an EU Member State or Iceland or Norway.

The European Space Agency (ESA) will make the ITT (Cover Letter, Statement of Work, Special Conditions of Tender, Draft Contract) available on its tendering website (EMITS http://emits.sso.esa.int/emits/owa/emits.main) and on its dedicated Copernicus server (https://copernicus-emits.esa.int/).

In order to access the ITT package from EMITS, a Tenderer must be registered as a potential ESA Tenderer. Any potential Tenderers wishing to register with ESA as a potential Tenderer is requested to complete the online questionnaire on the “esa-star registration” website: https://esastar-emr.sso.esa.int. While the registration process is underway, Tenderers may access the ITT package through ESA’s dedicated.

Copernicus server, which is accessible at: https://copernicus-emits.esa.int/.

Tenderers are informed, however, that before submitting a proposal they must at least have completed the “light Registration” as described in the following “esa-star” Registration Manual: http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/business_with_esa/CG-EM-ORR-S-16_End_User_Manual_v1.2.pdf.

Further information on the registration process can be found on the Industry Portal pages available at: http://www.esa.int/About_Us/Business_with_ESA/How_to_do/esa-star_Registration_Process.

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Tekst in originele taal
				 European Space Agency (ESRIN) Largo Galileo Galilei, 1 Frascati 00044 Luc Govaert _hidden_@esa.int http://www.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int http://emits.sso.esa.int Space European Space Agency / ESRIN Largo Galileo Galilei 1 Frascati 00044 

PRISM: Copernicus Contributing Missions Access Support Functions and Platform

Objective of the Copernicus Contributing Missions access support functions and platform (PRISM) is the provision of the Coordinated Data Access System (CDS) service, which includes the operations, maintenance and evolution of the ensemble of existing supporting functions, processes, tools and infrastructures that coordinate the overall data access and information flow between the Copernicus Contributing Missions and the Copernicus Services and also eligible European Union Institutions, Public Authorities, Union Research Projects. This procurement takes into consideration the evolution of the remote sensing data offer, of the Copernicus Services needs and cloud-based solutions.

The procurement intends to cover initially the continuity of the CDS service and subsequently the enhancement (e.g., adapt and/or replace as needed) of the current CDS support functions (i.e., its processes, the tools, infrastructure and knowledge) and re-alignment the overall service to the user expectations and in particular providing state of the art data access (i.e. discovery, view, download, exploitation) from all data supply entities with scalable solutions, and integrate web service functionalities, hosted processing and data analytics environments as necessary.

The procurement will accept only offers that include the full scope of the work, responding to all tender requirements. Such comprehensive offers can be submitted either by a single entity or by a consortium led by a prime. Consequently, un-coordinated partial offers (e.g., bidding only for parts of the service provision, or only for specific support functions) will not be accepted, as they would jeopardise the successful accomplishment of the undertaking.

This iITT will be found in EMITS under the following reference numbers AIRN number 18.187.04 and AO number: 1-9421.

This Invitation to Tender will be issued by the European Space Agency (ESA). It will be open exclusively to economic operators that have their registered office in an EU Member State or Iceland or Norway.

The European Space Agency (ESA) will make the ITT (Cover Letter, Statement of Work, Special Conditions of Tender, Draft Contract) available on its tendering website (EMITS http://emits.sso.esa.int/emits/owa/emits.main) and on its dedicated Copernicus server (https://copernicus-emits.esa.int/).

In order to access the ITT package from EMITS, a Tenderer must be registered as a potential ESA Tenderer. Any potential Tenderers wishing to register with ESA as a potential Tenderer is requested to complete the online questionnaire on the “esa-star registration” website: https://esastar-emr.sso.esa.int. While the registration process is underway, Tenderers may access the ITT package through ESA’s dedicated.

Copernicus server, which is accessible at: https://copernicus-emits.esa.int/.

Tenderers are informed, however, that before submitting a proposal they must at least have completed the “light Registration” as described in the following “esa-star” Registration Manual: http://esamultimedia.esa.int/docs/business_with_esa/CG-EM-ORR-S-16_End_User_Manual_v1.2.pdf.

Further information on the registration process can be found on the Industry Portal pages available at: http://www.esa.int/About_Us/Business_with_ESA/How_to_do/esa-star_Registration_Process.

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