IMIS_IoT_RFQCFP_Main_Body.doc - The Open Geospatial Consortium(OGC\u00ae Request for Quotation And Call for Participation for the Incident Management

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The Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC®) Request for Quotation And Call for Participation for the Incident Management Information Sharing (IMIS) Internet of Things (IoT) Pilot -- Main Body -- RFQ Issuance Date: 22 April 2015 Proposal Due Date: 22 May 2015
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Table Of Contents 1 Introduction ..................................................................................................... 3 1.1 Purpose ............................................................................................................................. 3 1.2 Background ...................................................................................................................... 3 1.3 The RFQ Documents and Pilot Process .......................................................................... 3 1.4 Benefits to Participants .................................................................................................... 4 1.5 Intellectual Property in the Pilot ..................................................................................... 4 1.6 OGC Membership ............................................................................................................ 5 2 Context ............................................................................................................. 5 2.1 Open Geospatial Consortium .......................................................................................... 5 2.2 Sponsor Objectives ........................................................................................................... 5 2.3 IMIS IoT Context ............................................................................................................. 6 2.3.1 Scenario/Use Case Context ......................................................................................... 6 2.3.2 Technical Context ........................................................................................................ 7 3 Your Role in the Project .................................................................................. 7 4 Master Schedule .............................................................................................. 8 5 Deliverables ..................................................................................................... 8 6 Proposal Submission Information .............................................................. 10 6.1 General Terms and Conditions ..................................................................................... 10 6.2 Response Instructions .................................................................................................... 10 6.3 How to Submit ................................................................................................................ 10 6.4 Questions and Clarifications ......................................................................................... 10 6.5 Reimbursements ............................................................................................................. 11 7 RFQ Format and Content ............................................................................. 11 7.1 Proposal Outline ............................................................................................................. 11 7.2 Cover Page ...................................................................................................................... 11 7.3 Overview ......................................................................................................................... 11 7.4 Technical Proposal ......................................................................................................... 12 7.4.1 Proposed Contribution ............................................................................................... 12 7.4.2 Proposed Contribution Cross Referenced To WBS ................................................... 13 7.5 Level of Effort and Cost-Share Proposal ..................................................................... 13 7.5.1 Cost-Sharing Proposal Request ................................................................................. 13 7.5.2 In-Kind Contributions ............................................................................................... 13 8 Evaluation Criteria ........................................................................................ 13 8.1 Technical ......................................................................................................................... 14 8.2 Management ................................................................................................................... 14 8.3 Cost ................................................................................................................................. 14 Annex A: Development Approach Annex B: IMIS IoT Technical Architecture ii
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Due Date: 22 April 2015 Request for Quotation – Main Body 1 Introduction 1.1 Purpose The purpose of this Request for Quotation and Call for Participation (hereafter referred to as RFQ/CFP) is to solicit proposals in response to a set of requirements for the OGC’s Incident Management Information Sharing (IMIS) Internet of Things (IoT) Interoperability Program (IP) Pilot initiative. The OGC, on behalf of the project sponsors, will provide cost-sharing funds to partially offset expenses uniquely associated with the initiative, thus the solicitation is for quotations from bidders wishing to receive cost-sharing. However, not all proposals are expected to seek cost- share funding. OGC intends to involve as many participants in the initiative as possible; to the extent each participant can enhance and/or contribute to the initiative outcomes. 1.2 Background Many new forms of low-cost wireless sensors are being developed that can quickly make a wide range of pertinent observations of the incident environment and its effects on people, including responders themselves. Among the types of sensor available or being developed are in situ environmental sensors, wearable sensors, and imaging sensors on mobile platforms such as UAV’s and autonomous vehicles. Evolving networking technology is making it possible for these sensors to establish basic network connectivity automatically as soon as they are deployed, either as IP devices directly on the Internet or indirectly through low-power local mesh protocols such as ZigBee or Thread.
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