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The new capital city of Egypt is to located 45 kilometers (28 miles) east of Cairo and just outside the second greater ring road in a currently largely undeveloped area halfway to the seaport city of Suez. The city will become the new administrative and financial capital of Egypt, housing the main government departments and ministries, as well as foreign embassies. The city is targeted to be a smart and sustainable city that uses information and communication technologies (ICTs) and other means to improve quality of life, efficiency of urban operation and services, and competitiveness, while ensuring that it meets the needs of present and future generations with respect to economic, social, environmental as well as cultural aspects. In this context, ACUD intends to select a master system integrator (MSI) / consortium to participate in the design, development, implementation, maintenance and integration of the smart ITS solution starting from the date of awarding the contract and until five years after the go live date. This RFP contains the scope of work that will be assigned to the MSI as part of this project. The MSI will design and develop an integrated ITS solution for ACUD with the focus on the below tracks:
The scope includes software / hardware development and implementation, Information Technology (IT) and required Non IT infrastructure procurement, deployment, implementation and maintenance.
Outdoor air quality emissions and modelling is well established in the UK, the outputs from outdoor air quality models are frequently used to estimate human exposure for health impacts studies, assuming that outdoor pollution estimates are a valid proxy for all exposure. Improvements in outdoor air quality and a growing understanding of the importance of indoor air quality, coupled with the fact that most people spend the majority of their time indoors, has made it apparent that the contribution of indoor pollution to overall daily exposure estimates of the accumulated human exposure, is important. The calculation of air quality exposure relies upon the availability of emission estimates and a suitable air quality model. This activity will also deliver extendable software and data tools capable of calculating pollutant emissions estimates for a range of representative buildings, indoor environments, and activities to capture a suitable UK representation. To support the use and analysis of this data the activity will also deliver a simple indoor air quality model (e.g. maybe a box model) which will enable the emission estimates to be validated and for total exposure estimates to be made. Both emissions and indoor/outdoor interaction are hugely dependent on human activity and the tool will need to accommodate a range of activities and building types to enable a suitable representation of the range of air quality exposure in the UK. This project will need to address a range of challenges:
The Carbontech Development Initiative program envisions a collaboration between academia, private businesses, and the public sector to drive the creation of a thriving carbontech innovation ecosystem in New York State for the commercialization of carbontech technologies that capture or convert carbon dioxide (CO₂) into valuable end products or services. In this context, NYSERDA seeks proposals to catalyze the establishment of a nation-leading carbontech innovation and commercialization program in New York State. This PON will make funding available for an entity headquartered in New York State that is capable of supporting New York in building a world class, self-sustaining hub for carbontech innovation, research, and product commercialization in the State. This program will fund an eligible organization to conduct its own carbontech research and to administer grants to eligible innovators outside its organization for research, technology transfer, and commercialization in the carbontech space. NYSERDA will provide anchor funding for, and partnership to, the selected PON awardee. NYSERDA will collaborate with the awardee to design programming, secure private and public program funding, and to ensure the success of program grantees and beneficiaries as they advance and commercialize their innovative carbontech solutions.