Summary of Requirements:
BAE Systems Maritime – Submarines is soliciting interest from Industry for the Requirements Definition, Design and Manufacture of a high integrity (SIL3), real time, safety monitoring sub-system for a submarine platform.
BAE Systems Maritime – Submarines wish to receive expressions of interest by 27 April 2018 from companies which have the ability to conduct Requirements Definition, Design, Development, Manufacture, Integration and Support for the above.
Technical scope includes:
- Sonar data and display processing
- Visual system (camera) data and display processing
- Software architecture and Software with a 3D anti-collision plot for charted items
- Navigation data blending
- Modular / dual-redundant processing and displays
Potential suppliers will preferably have relevant experience (in one or more of the technical scope aspects above) from creation of requirements through to in-service support, however, interested parties with comprehensive expertise in either requirements definition or design & manufacture within the above product domain may also be considered.
Responses must include an initial statement of capabilities that demonstrates compliance with the above requirements. This statement should be no more than 500 words and include up to three illustrated examples of previous programmes.
Subject to meeting initial selection criteria, interested companies will be given the opportunity to complete a formal technical capability questionnaire.
Prior to circulation of the questionnaire it will be necessary to implement a Non-Disclosure Agreement and a Security Aspects Letter. Please include in your response points of contact for future communication and confirm company registration and security contact details.
For further details, please contact:
Ivan Lawrence – Senior Procurement Manager, BAE Systems Maritime – Submarines,
Victory Point, Lyon Way, Frimley, Surrey GU16 7EX
T: +44 (0) 1276 601946
M: +44 (0) 7793 421162
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