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Industrial robots

NHS Wales Procurement Services | Published April 22, 2016
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Industrial robots

Consultancy Services SEREN2020 Sustainability Assessment for Industrial Processes

Cardiff University | Published January 10, 2017
Winner
Graham Wadelin Consultancy
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Consultancy Services SEREN2020 Sustainability Assessment for Industrial Processes

Consultancy Services SEREN2020 Sustainability Assessment for Industrial Processes

Cardiff University | Published October 26, 2016
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73210000

Consultancy Services SEREN2020 Sustainability Assessment for Industrial Processes

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

Cardiff University | Published December 10, 2016  -  Deadline January 16, 2017
cpvs
42300000

A wet oxidation system is required by the ICS Clean Room for the III-V compound semiconductor oxidation, primarily for vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) and ridge waveguide applications.

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

Cardiff University | Published November 18, 2016  -  Deadline December 16, 2016
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42300000

A wet oxidation system is required by the ICS Clean Room for the III-V compound semiconductor oxidation, primarily for vertical cavity surface emitting laser (VCSEL) and ridge wave-guide applications.

Industrial or laboratory furnaces, incinerators and ovens

Cardiff University | Published October 6, 2017
Winner
FCT Systeme GmbH
cpvs
42300000, 38000000, 42940000, 42942200

The requested equipment is a Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) system Type KCE®-FCT HP D 10-SD, details of which can be found in Appendix 1. SPS technology offers rapid consolidation of a wide range of powders from all fields of materials; ceramic, metallic and carbon materials enabling significantly improved or even completely novel materials.

Spark Plasma Sintering is a new technology for consolidation of various powdered raw materials by using uniaxial pressing force and heating by direct current supply (DC impulses). The whole process can be run under vacuum as well as under inert atmosphere (N2, Ar, He, H2). The concept of this FAST (heating rates go up to 600°Cmin-1 ) equipment was designed to meet the special requirements for the production of metal and ceramic materials but also for composites, functionally graded materials (FGMs), hard metals and especially ‘nano-structured materials’ up to temperatures of 2 400°C.

The requested equipment is a Spark Plasma Sintering (SPS) system Type KCE®-FCT HP D 10-SD, details of which can be found in Appendix 1. SPS technology offers rapid consolidation of a wide range of powders from all fields of materials; ceramic, metallic and carbon materials enabling significantly improved or even completely novel materials.

Spark Plasma Sintering is a new technology for consolidation of various powdered raw materials by using uni-axial pressing force and heating by direct current supply (DC impulses). The whole process can be run under vacuum as well as under inert atmosphere (N2, Ar, He, H2). The concept of this FAST (heating rates go up to 600°Cmin-1 ) equipment was designed to meet the special requirements for the production of metal and ceramic materials but also for composites, functionally graded materials (FGMs), hard metals and especially ‘nano-structured materials’ up to temperatures of 2 400°C.

Industrial process control equipment and remote-control equipment

Welsh Government | Published February 14, 2017  -  Deadline March 16, 2017
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38800000, 72212514, 48514000, 79540000, 35631200, 48326100, 71354100

A 2 year contract with the option to extend for an additional 1 + 1 years is required to assist the Welsh Government to deliver Remote Sensing inspections in accordance with European and domestic legislation under the Common Agricultural Policy.

The successful contractor will need to:

Provide a service that is compliant to the EU Guidelines, by:

— Analysing acquired 2017 satellite imagery for the zones identified for controls within Wales (in line with the client's National addendum requirements), and

— Interpreting the satellite imagery for the preparation of dossiers for individual cases within the zones (to assist the client in confirming if customers have accurately declared against field parcels on their holding/s on their 2017 Single Application Forms).

Deliver and complete the service in sufficient time to allow the client to process applications and calculate accurate payments to customers by 1.12.2017.

A 2 year contract with the option to extend for an additional 1 + 1 years is required to assist the Welsh Government to deliver Remote Sensing inspections in accordance with European and domestic legislation under the Common Agricultural Policy.

The successful contractor will need to:

Provide a service that is compliant to the EU Guidelines, by:

— Analysing acquired 2017 satellite imagery for the zones identified for controls within Wales (in line with the client's National addendum requirements), and

— Interpreting the satellite imagery for the preparation of dossiers for individual cases within the zones (to assist the client in confirming if customers have accurately declared against field parcels on their holding/s on their 2017 Single Application Forms).

Deliver and complete the service in sufficient time to allow the client to process applications and calculate accurate payments to customers by 1.12.2017.

The contractor must follow the requirements and guidelines laid down in the EC guidance unless specified otherwise in the National Addendum.

The main exercise in Wales will involve carrying out controls of between 800 to 1 000 records of Single Application Form (SAF) applications for subsidy aid (hereafter referred to as ‘dossiers’), spread across 9 Remote Sensing Zones.

These will consist of an average of around 50 parcels per application and will need to be reviewed against satellite imagery to confirm the declaration and update LPIS in order to meet the on the spot checks requirements set out by the EC.

If the number of parcels per application is less than the expected average, the Client would expect the process and costs per dossier to be reviewed accordingly.

The client would expect that the identification of potential changes to the LPIS and differences with the declaration and the controls of remote sensing should be done via an automated process using an algorithm. The algorithm should check the available data from satellite and sentinel imagery and the data provided by the client (Aerial imagery, mastermap and LPIS / declaration data) in order to identify these changes. A sample of parcels where no change has been identified should be reviewed to confirm the algorithm is functioning correctly.

An additional exercise in Wales may also be required as part of the contract each year. This would involve examining parcels, which have not been part of that years Control regime.

The exercise should be carried out using the same principles as the main Remote Sensing process, in order to identify changes and provide updates for the LPIS where applicable by utilising one or more of the following:

Satellite / Sentinel Image,

Aerial Image,

Relevant mastermap data,

LPIS,

Declaration data supplied by the client.

It is estimated that there will be around 25 000 parcels which will require a change under this process in 2017.

If the final number of parcels is less than the anticipated, the Client would expect the process and costs to be reviewed accordingly.

Industrial process control equipment and remote-control equipment

Welsh Government | Published May 5, 2017
Winner
Abaco SpA
cpvs
38800000, 72212514, 48514000, 79540000, 35631200, 48326100, 71354100

A 2 year contract with the option to extend for an additional 1 + 1 years is required to assist the Welsh Government to deliver Remote Sensing inspections in accordance with European and domestic legislation under the Common Agricultural Policy.

The successful contractor will need to:

Provide a service that is compliant to the EU Guidelines, by:

— Analysing acquired 2017 satellite imagery for the zones identified for controls within Wales (in line with the client's National addendum requirements), and

— Interpreting the satellite imagery for the preparation of dossiers for individual cases within the zones (to assist the client in confirming if customers have accurately declared against field parcels on their holding/s on their 2017 Single Application Forms).

Deliver and complete the service in sufficient time to allow the client to process applications and calculate accurate payments to customers by 1.12.2017.

A 2 year contract with the option to extend for an additional 1 + 1 years is required to assist the Welsh Government to deliver Remote Sensing inspections in accordance with European and domestic legislation under the Common Agricultural Policy.

The successful contractor will need to:

Provide a service that is compliant to the EU Guidelines, by:

— Analysing acquired 2017 satellite imagery for the zones identified for controls within Wales (in line with the client's National addendum requirements), and

— Interpreting the satellite imagery for the preparation of dossiers for individual cases within the zones (to assist the client in confirming if customers have accurately declared against field parcels on their holding/s on their 2017 Single Application Forms).

Deliver and complete the service in sufficient time to allow the client to process applications and calculate accurate payments to customers by 1.12.2017.

The contractor must follow the requirements and guidelines laid down in the EC guidance unless specified otherwise in the National Addendum.

The main exercise in Wales will involve carrying out controls of between 800 to 1 000 records of Single Application Form (SAF) applications for subsidy aid (hereafter referred to as ‘dossiers’), spread across 9 Remote Sensing Zones.

These will consist of an average of around 50 parcels per application and will need to be reviewed against satellite imagery to confirm the declaration and update LPIS in order to meet the on the spot checks requirements set out by the EC.

If the number of parcels per application is less than the expected average, the Client would expect the process and costs per dossier to be reviewed accordingly.

The client would expect that the identification of potential changes to the LPIS and differences with the declaration and the controls of remote sensing should be done via an automated process using an algorithm. The algorithm should check the available data from satellite and sentinel imagery and the data provided by the client (Aerial imagery, mastermap and LPIS / declaration data) in order to identify these changes. A sample of parcels where no change has been identified should be reviewed to confirm the algorithm is functioning correctly.

An additional exercise in Wales may also be required as part of the contract each year. This would involve examining parcels, which have not been part of that years Control regime.

The exercise should be carried out using the same principles as the main Remote Sensing process, in order to identify changes and provide updates for the LPIS where applicable by utilising one or more of the following:

Satellite / Sentinel Image,

Aerial Image,

Relevant mastermap data,

LPIS,

Declaration data supplied by the client.

It is estimated that there will be around 25 000 parcels which will require a change under this process in 2017.

If the final number of parcels is less than the anticipated, the Client would expect the process and costs to be reviewed accordingly.

Construction work for commercial buildings, warehouses and industrial buildings, buildings relating to transport

Welsh Government | Published March 21, 2017  -  Deadline May 1, 2017
cpvs
45213000

The Welsh Government is proposing to build 2 new buildings with 1 for a warehouse of 3 327 m2 and another for a high specification production unit of 2 212 m2 as well as incorporating office and welfare facilities to provide a total gross floor area of 5 539 m2, together with external works comprising mainly car parks, paths and landscaping at Invertek Drives Ltd, Offa's Dyke Business Park, Welshpool, Powys, SY21 8JF.

The Welsh Government is proposing to build 2 new buildings with 1 for a warehouse of 3 327 m2 and another for a production unit of 2 212 m2 as well as incorporating office and welfare facilities to provide a total gross floor area of 5 539 m2, together with external works comprising mainly car parks, paths and landscaping at Invertek Drives Ltd, Offa's Dyke Business Park, Welshpool, Powys.

Software package and information systems

Velindre NHS Trust (as hosts of the NHS Wales Shared Servcies Partnership) | Published September 7, 2016
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The Supplier Event will be held at: Waterton Technology Centre, Waterton Industrial Estate, Bridgend, CF31 3WT.

Machines and apparatus for testing and measuring

Cardiff University | Published February 2, 2017
Winner
ILS-Integrated Lab Solutions GmbH
cpvs
38540000

A fully automated and integrated reactor composed of 32, independent tubular reactors, capable of operating under gaseous and gas-liquid regimes, and fully integrated analytical instrumentation to provide continuous online information of key parameters, such as activity, selectivity, and lifetime is required. Automated software that controls the instrumentation with the highest levels of safety, accuracy, reproducibility and reliability will be integral. Each individual reactor should be down-scaled from an operating, industrial reactor, which uniquely allows catalyst discovery research to be performed with high discriminative power and with high industrial relevance.

Machines and apparatus for testing and measuring

Cardiff University | Published November 17, 2016  -  Deadline December 15, 2016
cpvs
38540000

A fully automated and integrated reactor composed of 32, independent tubular reactors, capable of operating under gaseous and gas-liquid regimes, and fully integrated analytical instrumentation to provide continuous online information of key parameters, such as activity, selectivity, and lifetime is required. Automated software that controls the instrumentation with the highest levels of safety, accuracy, reproducibility and reliability will be integral. Each individual reactor should be down-scaled from an operating, industrial reactor, which uniquely allows catalyst discovery research to be performed with high discriminative power and with high industrial relevance.

Measuring Impact and Informing Interventions

Sport Wales | Published March 17, 2017
Winner
Myfastestmile C.I.C.
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It is becoming apparent in sport and in the system building areas in which we are working, that the traditional scientific management principles of the industrial age are not fit for purpose. The Sport Wales institute and community sport teams wish to better understand emerging intelligence from the applied complexity sciences. We wish to capture, understand and act on better insight to inform and improve ours, and our partners’ understanding of measuring impact and informing interventions in complex environments.

Industry specific software development services

NHS Wales Informatics Service as hosted by Velindre NHS Trust | Published February 15, 2017
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72212100, 72000000, 72261000, 72212180, 72212200, 72212220

The NHS in Wales is looking to appoint partners to develop solutions to engage citizens digitally in the proactive management of their health.

It is anticipated that this could encompass a wide range of services from existing applications (Apps) to innovative joint developments.

Industry specific software development services

NHS Wales Informatics Service as hosted by Velindre NHS Trust | Published January 28, 2017
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72212100, 72000000, 72261000, 72212180, 72212200, 72212220

The NHS in Wales is looking to appoint partners to develop solutions to engage citizens digitally in the proactive management of their health.

It is anticipated that this could encompass a wide range of services from existing applications (Apps) to innovative joint developments.

The Authority is seeking to establish a Dynamic Purchasing Agreement (DPS) for services to support the development of solutions to engage citizens digitally in the proactive management of their health.

It is anticipated that this could encompass a wide range of services from existing applications (Apps) to innovative joint developments.

The DPS would be used as a tool to facilitate rapid competition and selection of potential partners for various strategic projects. Organisations of all sizes shall be free to participate and engage in all requirements being called upon.

Industry specific software package

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published October 13, 2017  -  Deadline November 10, 2017
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48100000, 48000000

The System we require will include but will not be limited to:

— Registration of new participants in one or multiple EQA scheme(s).

— Annual confirmation of registration of existing participants, through viewing current registration information and editing if required.

— Registration through a 3rd party ‘agent’.

— Management of lab contact details.

— Management of lab finance details.

— Calculation of scheme fees based on scheme and delivery selections at registration.

— Test results and method information entry for EQA scheme(s).

— Save, submit and view submitted results.

— View reports and certificates produced by UK NEQAS for H&I.

Crucial to the system is the need for confidentiality. An individual lab must only ever be able to see their own contact details and performance reports.

A specific EQA management system for the UK NEQAS for H&I office is also required to manage information entered by participants. It will also perform some analysis of results for assessment and produce individual laboratory reports.

This aspect system will include but is not limited to:

— Management of participants, including contact details, schemes registered for, finance information etc.

— Participant correspondence management.

— Add/remove/edit fields for participant data entry.

— Authorising new registration requests and changes by participants.

— Username and password management for user access to the secure online area.

— Management of schemes and sample distributions.

— Participant result management.

— Basic result analysis (schemes are quantitative e.g. positive/negative).

— Result assessment (i.e. comparison of entered results to an entered ‘correct’ result).

— Produce individual laboratory reports and certificates.

— Management of laboratories with ‘unacceptable performance’ (i.e. incorrect results).

Industry specific software package

NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership | Published October 18, 2017  -  Deadline November 13, 2017
cpvs
48100000, 48000000

The System we require will include but will not be limited to:

— Registration of new participants in one or multiple EQA scheme(s),

— Annual confirmation of registration of existing participants, through viewing current registration information and editing if required,

— Registration through a 3rd party ‘agent’,

— Management of lab contact details,

— Management of lab finance details,

— Calculation of scheme fees based on scheme and delivery selections at registration,

— Test results and method information entry for EQA scheme(s),

— Save, submit and view submitted results,

— View reports and certificates produced by UK NEQAS for H&I.

Crucial to the system is the need for confidentiality. An individual lab must only ever be able to see their own contact details and performance reports.

A specific EQA management system for the UK NEQAS for H&I office is also required to manage information entered by participants. It will also perform some analysis of results for assessment and produce individual laboratory reports.

This aspect system will include but is not limited to:

— Management of participants, including contact details, schemes registered for, finance information etc.,

— Participant correspondence management,

— Add/remove/edit fields for participant data entry,

— Authorising new registration requests and changes by participants,

— Username and password management for user access to the secure online area,

— Management of schemes and sample distributions,

— Participant result management,

— Basic result analysis (schemes are quantitative e.g. positive/negative),

— Result assessment (i.e. comparison of entered results to an entered ‘correct’ result),

— Produce individual laboratory reports and certificates,

— Management of laboratories with ‘unacceptable performance’ (i.e. incorrect results).

Economics of the Park Home Industry in Wales

Welsh Government | Published October 21, 2015
Winner
Rsm Mcclure Watters Ltd
cpvs

The Welsh Government ( on behalf of Welsh Ministers) is seeking to commission research into the economics of the park home industry in Wales. The aim of this research project is to undertake a comprehensive, independent assessment of the economics of the park home industry in Wales, including consideration of whether a Commission Rate remains appropriate. In particular, this would require collecting information directly from park home operators and residents in order to undertake analysis of the income, expenditure and profit of park operators, and the impact of variations in the level of remuneration via the commission rate and pitch fees

Economics of the Park Home Industry in Wales

Welsh Government | Published July 31, 2015  -  Deadline September 7, 2015
cpvs
73000000, 73110000, 73200000, 73210000

The Welsh Government ( on behalf of Welsh Ministers) is seeking to commission research into the economics of the park home industry in Wales. The aim of this research project is to undertake a comprehensive, independent assessment of the economics of the park home industry in Wales, including consideration of whether a Commission Rate remains appropriate. In particular, this would require collecting information directly from park home operators and residents in order to undertake analysis of the income, expenditure and profit of park operators, and the impact of variations in the level of remuneration via the commission rate and pitch fees

BEST Training: Development of Accredited Training for the Water Industry

Cardiff University | Published October 22, 2014
Winner
Illman Young Landscape Design
cpvs
80500000

The Built Environment Sustainability Training Programme (the BEST Programme) is a collaborative programme led by the Welsh School of Architecture at Cardiff University (CU-WSA) in partnership with Asset Skills, CITB, Constructing Excellence in Wales, the Energy Saving Trust, Proskills and SummitSkills. The BEST Programme is supported by the European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government to deliver training until July 2015. Delivery Partners are required to develop and deliver new training programmes to meet an identified need. In summary, Delivery Partners will: - design a training programme which responds to the specified training need identified through the BEST Programme - develop learning outcomes which can be used to inform the development of formal units where required - produce learning and assessment materials which meet the agreed learning outcomes - deliver the course to a specified number of eligible built environment professionals across Wales. The BEST Programme is supported by the European Social Fund, through the Welsh Government. As with all ESF-funded programmes, the BEST programme cannot be totally funded with ESF money. The BEST Programme attracts 50% of its funding from the European money and the additional 50% is contributed by Programme partners. This is known as match funding. Match funding refers to the amount of non-European funding required to make up the full cost of the programme. Delivery Partners will need to evidence a contribution of 50% match funding towards the costs of developing and delivering the training course. For further details please see the specification. Documents can be obtained from the following location https://in-tendhost.co.uk/cardiffuniversity/aspx/Home Registration is free. CPV: 80500000.