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  Reference Number MB-MBPB-H05-03849
  Solicitation Number H050025653
  Organization Name Manitoba Finance
Procurement Services Branch
  Source ID PV.MN.MB.498.C6
  Associated Components Yes

Dates

  Published 2018-01-03
  Revised
  Closing 2018-01-12 12:00 PM 

Details

  Category Scientific Instruments
  GSINS N6600: INSTRUMENTS AND LABORATORY EQUIPMENT
  Region of Delivery
  Region of Opportunity
  Agreement Type
  Tender Type Invitation to Tender (ITT)
  Estimated Value
  Solicitation Method

Notice Description

  ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT

ISSUING DEPARTMENT: Infrastructure

DATE ISSUED: 02/01/2018
ISSUED BY: Carol Mykytiuk
TELEPHONE: 204 945-0378


PROJECT:
MONITORING SYSTEM

_________________________________________________________________________
ITEM QTY DESCRIPTION DELIVERY
NO. DATE

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ITEM 10 01/03/2018
1.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Accelerometer
- have a range of at least +/- 5 g
- uniaxial
- work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
(min)
- include outdoor rated UV protected cable length of 15m
directly from the accelerometer
- include outdoor rated UV protected cable length of 70m to
connect from accelerometer cable to datalogger
- include mating sleeve to connect both cables (as required)
- includes accelerometer mounting accessories for both gluing
and welding applications
- includes protective enclosure (rated IP67 or NEMA4 or
equivalent) and mounting accessories

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ITEM 20 01/03/2018
1.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Accelerometer
- have a range of at least +/- 5 g
- uniaxial
- work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
min)
- include outdoor rated UV protected cable length of 15m
directly from the accelerometer
- include outdoor rated UV protected cable length of 190m to
connect from accelerometer cable to datalogger
- include mating sleeve to connect both cables (as required)
- includes accelerometer mounting accessories for both gluing
and welding applications
- includes protective enclosure (rated IP67 or NEMA4 or
equivalent) and mounting accessories

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ITEM 30 01/03/2018
2.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Camera
- Minimum 5MP still images
- On demand live H.264 video streaming
- Minimum 720p video resolution (1280x720)
- Minimum 30 frames per second for video
- Work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
(min)
- Black & White image minimum illumination 0.02 lux or better
- 30x optical zoom (min)
- Digital pan tilt zoom
- On demand image capture
- Image/Video capture triggered by external sensor
- Event detection notification over email or SMS message
- Day and night vision
- Infrared illumination up to 40 m (min)
- Includes protective enclosure rated IP67 or NEMA4 or
equivalent, IK10+ vandal resistant, and pole mounting
accessories
- Operates on AC power or POE and include AC to DC power
converter as required
- Memory of 16GB or support for SD card
- Include cables (power and Ethernet or POE) for first camera
with a length of 10m
- Include cables (power and Ethernet or POE) and any required
POE/Ethernet extenders with housing for second camera with a
total length of 200m
- Can capture license plate from 25m (min)


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ITEM 40 01/03/2018
1.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Datalogger
- 4 (min) channels configured for accelerometers
- 2 (min) channels configured for cameras
- Work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
(min)
- Memory of 8GB (min)
- Include software program for monitoring system
- Include any intermediate dataloggers and accessories such as
enclosures and mounting brackets (as required)
- Include all cables required such as power, Ethernet, USB


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ITEM 50 01/03/2018
1.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Cellular modem
- 3G/4G LTE connectivity
- Work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
(min)
- Include any cables for power or communication
- Include any routers or other network devices as required
- MI will supply the SIM card


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ITEM 60 01/03/2018
1.00 Each GSIN: N6600MATERIAL: 99181099
ANALYSIS EQUIPMENT - OTHER, AS DESCRIBED BELOW:
Main Enclosure
- Work effectively in a temperature range of -40C to +60C
(min)
- Weatherproof (rated IP67 or NEMA4 or equivalent)
- Lockable, Vandal proof, Aluminum
- Include all brackets and pole mounting accessories
- Include at least one internal shelf
- Large enough to house the datalogger, modem, electrical
outlet, power bar and excess cable lengths
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SPECIAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS

1. For all technical questions please contact
Evangeline Murison at (204) 782-2762.

2. The Incident Detection Monitoring System (IDMS) shall
monitor, detect and capture images of bridge impact events.
The IDMS shall alert key personnel of any impacts and shall
automatically capture and store high definition images and
video footage of the impact event. The IDMS shall also
facilitate viewing of real-time conditions on the bridge via
live video streaming.

3. The IDMS shall consist of two accelerometers to act as event
triggers, two cameras to capture images and video, and a main
datalogger to control the monitoring. The accelerometers and
cameras shall be connected to the main datalogger. The
accelerometers shall be located on the bridge while the main
datalogger, modem and cameras shall be located off the
bridge.

4. The main datalogger shall be programmed to continuously
interrogate the accelerometers, determine if an event has
occurred, send a trigger to the cameras, store all captured
images and video footage and send an email notification to MI
with images via cellular modem.

5. When an event occurs, the datalogger shall retain at least 5
seconds of video prior to the event trigger and 10 seconds
after. These time periods shall be adjustable via the
software program. The IDMS shall have sufficient internal
memory capacity (minimum 16 GB) to store images and video
footage at minimum 720p resolution.

6. One weatherproof vandal proof lockable enclosure (aluminum)
is required and shall be mounted on a galvanized steel pole.
The enclosure shall be large enough to house the datalogger<(>,<)>
modem, electrical outlet, power bar and excess cable lengths.
The enclosure shall include an internal shelf at around
mid height. The enclosures shall include all mounting
brackets and accessories to attach to the steel pole.

7. The main datalogger shall have sufficient number of channels
required to accommodate the two accelerometers and two
cameras as well as two extra channels for additional
accelerometers. The datalogger shall also include a cellular
modem for communication. The datalogger shall have a
temperature Range: -40C to +60C (min). The datalogger shall
be able to directly connect to a Windows based laptop and
shall include any cables required for communication between
the datalogger and laptop (eg. USB, Ethernet etc).

8. If the accelerometers require intermediate dataloggers on the
bridge in order to send the signal to the main datalogger<(>,<)>
these intermediate dataloggers shall be included in the
quote. The intermediate dataloggers shall include
weatherproof enclosures and shall also have a temperature
range of : -40C to +60C (min). The enclosures shall include
external brackets for mounting. The intermediate Datalogger
and enclosure shall be designed to be as small as possible as
they will need to be mounted on the bridge. If intermediate
dataloggers are required, they will be placed approximately
15m from the accelerometer.

9. The software program for the datalogger shall be included and
shall be able to be installed and operate on a Windows based
laptop. MI will provide Windows based laptop. In addition<(>,<)>
the software on the datalogger shall be able to be accessed
remotely to allow for changes in the configuration. The
software program shall provide (at minimum) the following
options for configuration:

i. Option to view or download accelerometer data
ii. Change the threshold trigger levels
iii. Number of images and time between images to capture
during event
iv. Length of video to capture during an event
v. Event notification procedure including which email(s) to
send notification and images to, number of images to
send
vi. Change pretrigger settings including time periods of
video to keep prior to and after an event

10.Power (AC) will be available onsite at one end of the bridge
and will provide power to the IDMS. The quote shall include
any power converters required to be able to connect the
datalogger and cameras to the AC power source.

11.For the camera at the opposite end (Camera 2), it is
preferred that power be supplied via power over Ethernet
(POE) to reduce the cabling on the bridge. Assume a distance
of 200m POE cable required between datalogger and Camera 2.
An inline POE extender or equivalent with protective housing
may be required to meet the distance requirements and shall
be included in the quote. If separate power and Ethernet
cables are required to run from the datalogger to Camera 2<(>,<)>
any Ethernet externders or equivalent with protective housing
required to meet the distance requirements shall be included
in the quote.

12.The IDMS shall be setup to start up automatically and begin
monitoring after a power outage.

13.The quote shall include a cellular modem to facilitate email
notification from the datalogger and viewing real-time
conditions on the bridge via live video streaming. MI shall
provide the SIM card for the cellular modem. The quote shall
include any routers or other network connectivity devices
including all cables required to complete the system.

14.Incident detection monitoring system general requirements:
i. All cables shall have compatible connectors to complete
the connection between the accelerometer/camera<(>,<)>
intermediate datalogger (if required) and main
datalogger.
Mating sleeves shall be included as required. Connectors
are not required on the cables at the datalogger end if
they are to be directly wired to the datalogger.
ii. Any hardware, equipment or accessories, including the
sensors and cameras, shall work effectively in a
temperature range of -40C to +60C (min) and all
environmental protections shall be rated IP67 or NEMA4 or
equivalent.
iii. The system shall include surge protection measures.
iv. All cables shall be outdoor rated with UV protection.

15.It is expected that the IDMS will arrive as a *turnkey*
system with minimal setup required. The operation of the
system (accelerometers, cameras, datalogger and software)
shall be tested and verified prior to shipment.

16.A manual shall be provided with instructions on the setup
and operation of monitoring system including:
i. Connection of the accelerometers and cameras to the
datalogger, including intermediate dataloggers (if
required)
ii. Installation and setup of the software on a Windows-
based laptop
iii. Connection and setup of communication between
dataloggers and laptop
iv. Connection and setup of cellular modem communication
including any network devices
v. Connection and setup of the cameras
vi. Operation of the software program including activation
of the monitoring system, changing the threshold for
event capture, changing the image/video capture
properties, set up of notification email
vii. Download of data, images and video from the datalogger
onto laptop
viii. Procedure to log in to the cameras to view real-time
images via live video streaming

17.The unit price shall be quoted F.O.B destination will all
freight, import duties, brokerage, handling, overhead and all
other costs included.

18. Material required on or before March 1, 2018.

19.Three days notice shall be given prior to delivery.
All deliveries shall be scheduled between 9:00 A.M.
and 2:00 P.M. Central Time, Monday to Friday.


INDIGENOUS BUSINESS STANDARD FOR "GOODS WITH RELATED SERVICES"
DEFINITIONS:

"Indigenous Business" means a business that is at least 51% Indigenous
owned and controlled and, if it has six or more full-time employees, at
least one-third of its employees must be Indigenous persons.

"Indigenous Business Directory" means a business directory of Indigenous
businesses that meet Manitoba's definition of an Indigenous business.

"Indigenous Business Standard" means terms and conditions that indicate
that Indigenous business participation is desirable but not mandatory.

"Indigenous Person" means a First Nations, Non-status Indian, Mtis or
Inuit person who is a Canadian citizen and resident of Canada.

INDIGENOUS PROCUREMENT INITIATIVE:

Manitoba is committed to community economic development as a key
component of its economic strategy. It intends to develop a provincial
economy that is more inclusive, equitable and sustainable. Procurement
practices are one means that can be used to contribute to the growth of
Indigenous businesses. In that regard, Manitoba developed the
Indigenous Procurement Initiative (IPI). The objective of IPI is to
increase the participation of Indigenous businesses in providing goods
and services to Manitoba.

INDIGENOUS BUSINESS STANDARD:

Indigenous participation is desired but bids will not be disqualified if
there is no Indigenous business participation.

INDIGENOUS BUSINESS DIRECTORY:

Manitoba has established a directory of Indigenous businesses called the
"Indigenous Business Directory". This directory is a list of Indigenous
businesses (including non profit organizations and economic development
corporations) that have self declared as an Indigenous Business meeting
that definition under the IPI. It is neither comprehensive nor
exhaustive but may be a useful resource to identifying Indigenous
businesses for potential partnering or sub-contracting purposes.
Indigenous businesses not listed in the Directory may also be used.

Registration in the Indigenous Business Directory does not guarantee
certification as an Indigenous business, as business status may change;
therefore formal certification is required in the formal tender process.
Indigenous businesses are encouraged to register by contacting
Procurement Services Branch.

For further information on the Indigenous Business Directory<(>,<)>
registration forms and access to a copy of the Indigenous Business
Directory please see the following website:

http://www.gov.mb.ca/finance/psb/api/api bd.html

CANADIAN FUNDS

Manitoba prefers to receive quotations in Canadian Funds.
If the pricing offered is quoted in a currency other
than Canadian then the currency is to be clearly identified
on the quote document.

RFQ SUBMISSIONS

An authorized representative of the vendor must sign the Request
for Quotation (RFQ) prior to submission. An RFQ which is not
signed will be considered a non-compliant bid and rejected.

Request for Quotations may be submitted in a sealed envelope<(>,<)>
by facsimile or by e-mail to the designated address.

The Department is not responsible for a transmittal failure of
an RFQ submitted by facsimile or e-mail. It is the bidder's
responsibility to confirm receipt of the submitted Request for
Quotation with the Department contact person designated on
page 1 of the RFQ.



Proposed Delivery Address:

MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE
BRIDGE YARD AT STONY MOUNTAIN, MB
73018 MOUNTAIN VIEW STREET
(ADJACENT TO PTH 7 AND PR 321)

PLEASE NOTIFY CHRIS BOCHEN (204) 250-4823
THREE DAYS PRIOR TO DELIVERY


TENDERS TO BE RETURNED TO:

MANITOBA INFRASTRUCTURE
CONTRACT SERVICES
1630 - 215 GARRY STREET
WINNIPEG MB R3C 3P3

E-Mail: mit.eo.purchasing@gov.mb.ca

 

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