The Dutch Department of Justice (DoJ) has selected Sensys Gatso Group, through its subsidiary Sensys Gatso Netherlands BV, to supply, install, maintain and operate Point-to-Point systems on rural roads in the Netherlands.
The procurement award is worth EUR 6.6 million corresponding to SEK 66 million. The award will be converted into a contract if no appeal is filed within three weeks.
This procurement award covers supply and installation of systems for 10 Point-to-Point rural road segments. The Point-to-Point systems are based on Sensys Gatso’s T-Series platform combined with its PULS data analytics platform (https://puls.city).
The award also includes a six-year maintenance and operations contract.
The delivery and installation of the Point-to-Point systems will start in February 2019 and is expected to be completed by the end of 2019.
The evaluation of the tender represents the best quality-price ratio within the tender. During a period covering the next 3 weeks, participants to the tender process may appeal the award decision. Sensys Gatso will make an announcement when the contract has been signed.
Joris Lampe, CCO of Sensys Gatso Group comments: “We are very proud of our excellent quality-price score in this competitive tender. I believe that our flexible data analytics platform, PULS, and our solid service delivery history have been important in winning this award. We are looking forward to continue our strong working relationship with the Dutch government”.