Request for Proposal or Qualification Directions

Request for Proposal or Qualification Directions
City of Raleigh
Request for Proposal #
Title:
274-PR-LIONSSECURITY-022317
Lions Park Security
Issue Date:
March 13, 2017
Issuing Department: Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Direct all inquiries concerning this RFP to:
Laura Kordulewski
Planning Technician
Email: [email protected]]
Phone: 919-996-4787
Table of Contents
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS .......................................................................... 3
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
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PROPOSALS ..................................................................................................... 5
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
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Introduction ..............................................................................................................................3
Background ..............................................................................................................................3
RFP Response Timeline ...........................................................................................................3
Pre-Proposal Conference/Site Visit ..........................................................................................3
PROPOSAL QUESTIONS ......................................................................................................4
Proposal Submission Requirements and Contact Information .................................................4
Rights to Submitted Material ...................................................................................................4
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL DOCUMENT ..........................................................................6
Evaluation Criteria ...................................................................................................................6
Final Selection..........................................................................................................................6
NOTICE TO VENDORS REGARDING RFP TERMS AND CONDITIONS .......................7
SCOPE OF SERVICES ...................................................................................... 7
CONTRACT TERMS .......................................................................................... 8
4.1 Non-discrimination ................................................................................................................32
4.2 Minority or Women Owned Businesses...................................................................................8
4.3 Assignment ...............................................................................................................................8
4.4 Applicable Law ........................................................................................................................8
4.5 Insurance ..................................................................................................................................8
4.6 Indemnity .................................................................................................................................9
4.7 Intellectual Property ...............................................................................................................34
4.8 Force Majeure ........................................................................................................................34
4.9 Advertising .............................................................................................................................34
4.10 Cancellation............................................................................................................................34
4.11 Laws/Safety Standards ...........................................................................................................35
4.12 Applicability of North Carolina Public Records Law ............................................................36
4.13 Miscellaneous.........................................................................................................................36
4.14 Audit.......................................................................................................................................36
4.15 E - Verify................................................................................................................................37
4.16 Iran Divestment Act Form......................................................................................................37
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS
1.1
Introduction
The City of Raleigh, Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources Department (City) is
requesting proposals for the installation of security cameras and recording system at one park
location. Prospective proposers are advised to read this information over carefully prior to
submitting a proposal.
1.2
Background
The City of Raleigh, the Capital City of North Carolina, remains one of the fastest growing
areas in the country. A great economy, top educational institutions, and exceptional health
care facilities are some of the characteristics that attract people to the triangle area. The mild
climate, diverse work force and proximity to Research Triangle Park combine to make
Raleigh a great place to live.
Raleigh is a 21st Century City of Innovation focusing on environmental, cultural and
economic sustainability. The City conserves and protects our environmental resources
through best practice and cutting edge conservation and stewardship, land use, infrastructure
and building technologies. The City welcomes growth and diversity through policies and
programs that will protect and enhance Raleigh’s existing neighborhoods, natural amenities,
history and cultural and human resources for future generations. The City leads to improve
quality of life for neighborhoods and standard of living for all citizens. The City works with
universities, colleges, citizens and local partners to promote new technology, create new job
opportunities and encourage local businesses and entrepreneurs. The City enlist and prepare
21st Century staff with the skill sets to carry out the duties of the City, through transparent
civic engagement and providing the very best customer service to our citizens in the most
efficient and cost effective manner.
1.3
RFP Response Timeline
The RFP process shall adhere to the following schedule.
RFP Process
Date and time
RFP posted
Pre Proposal Conference
Contractor’s Written Questions Due
City Responses to Contractor questions
RFP Due Date - Proposals Due from
Contractors
3/13/2017
3/22/2017
3/24/2017
3/28/2017
10:00 AM
2:00 PM
2:00 PM
4/4/2017
2:00 PM
Note: All times shown as Eastern Standard Time (EST).
1.4
Pre-Proposal Conference/Site Visit
NOTE: All offerors are encouraged to attend a PRE-PROPOSAL SITE VISIT
on March 22, 2017 at 10:00 AM, Lions Park Community Center, 516 Dennis Avenue, Raleigh,
NC. A summary of all questions and answers will be posted on the internet as an addendum, located
under the RFP # being modified.
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It is the offeror's responsibility to assure that all addenda have been reviewed and, if
need be, signed and returned.
1.5
PROPOSAL QUESTIONS
Upon review of the RFP documents, Vendors may have questions to clarify or interpret the RFP in
order to submit the best proposal possible. To accommodate the Proposal Questions process, Vendors
shall submit any such questions by the above Contractors written due date.
1.6
Proposal Submission Requirements and Contact Information
Proposals must follow the format as defined in Section 2 PROPOSALS.
Bidders must submit one (1) signed original of the Lions Park Security Project – Parks,
Recreation and Cultural Resources signed proposal. Proposals must be enclosed in an envelope
or package and clearly marked: Lions Park Security. The hard copy must be received by the
City on or before 2:00 PM EST on the March 31, 2017. Deliver proposals to the following
physical address:
City of Raleigh
Parks, Recreation and Cultural Resources
Attn: Laura Kordulewski
222 W. Hargett Street Ste 601
Raleigh, NC 27601
Proposals received after the March 31, 2017 deadline above will not be considered and will be
returned unopened to the return address on the submission envelopeThe City reserves the right
to reject any or all proposals for any reason and to waive any informality it deems in its best
interest. Any requirements in the RFP that cannot be met must be indicated in the proposal.
Contractors must respond to the entire Request for Proposals (RFP). Any proposals received by
the City that are incomplete in their responses will be immediately disqualified.
1.7
Rights to Submitted Material
All proposals, responses, inquiries, or correspondence relating to or in reference to this RFP, and
all reports, charts, and other documentation submitted by Proposers (other than materials
submitted as and qualifying as trade secrets under North Carolina law) shall become the property
of the City when received and the entire proposal shall be subject to the public records laws of
the State of North Carolina except where a proper trade secrets exception has been made by the
Proposer in accordance with the procedures allowed by North Carolina law.
The City reserves the right to retain all proposals submitted and to use any ideas in a proposal
regardless of whether that proposal is selected. Submission of a proposal indicates acceptance by
the Proposer of the conditions contained in this Request for Proposal.
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PROPOSALS
Responses must follow the format outlined herein. The City may reject as non-responsive at its sole
discretion any proposal or any part thereof that is incomplete, inadequate in its response, or departs in
any substantive way from the required format. Proposal responses shall be organized in the following
manner:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Cover Letter
Scope of Work
Site Work Preparation
Installation
Project Schedule
Experience and Qualifications
Proposed Cost
1.) Cover Letter
Introduction Letter with intent as it may pertain to the Request for Proposal
2.) Scope of Work
Supply cameras, digital recorders, all accompanying equipment, installation labor, system support and
training, appurtenances, and incidentals necessary for the installation and operations of fully functional
camera security system meeting site requirements per Surveillance System Specifications.
3.) Site Work Preparation
The selected contractor will be responsible for site preparation, to include all necessary wiring and surface
treatments, prior to camera installation. The contractor will coordinate site work with the City and
proactively discuss any impactful site conditions for which the City maintains responsibility.
4.) Installation
Installation of new exterior and interior digital cameras in recommended locations. The proposed equipment
shall allow for monitoring by City of Raleigh at the site and remotely via web-based system with username
and password.
5.) Project Schedule
Contractor shall coordinate the installation work so that the project site shall remain clean, safe, and secure
for park operations and at the end of each day’s work.
All work schedules are to be coordinated with the Project Manager prior to the commencement of work.
There shall be no reimbursement for travel time or mileage allowed.
6.) Experience and Qualifications
Contractor shall provide a resume with relevant experience and any certifications and/or qualifications that
may pertain to the project.
7.) Proposed Cost
The Cost Proposal shall be submitted and contain:
Pricing for all camera equipment, supplies, labor and software as listed in specifications. Vendor pricing
must be good for 90 days.
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Pricing must include all clean up, haul-away/disposal of existing materials, and necessary replacement
materials.
The City reserves the right to accept or reject any or all of the proposals.
2.1
REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL DOCUMENT
The RFP is comprised of the base RFP document, any attachments, and any addenda released before
Contract award. All attachments and addenda released for this RFP in advance of any Contract award
are incorporated herein by reference.
Proposers shall provide drawings and product data with the submitted proposal of products specified
herein. One set of shop drawings of the entire camera system, detailed in specifications, will
ultimately be required from the selected contractor.
The City reserves the right to make a written request for additional information in writing from a
proposer to assist in understanding or clarifying a Proposal.
2.2
Evaluation Criteria
This is not a bid. There will not be a public bid opening. Proposals will be evaluated based on but not
necessarily limited to the following criteria:
Criteria
(a)
Weight
Cover letter
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Scope of Work
25
Site Work Preparation
20
Installation
20
Project Schedule
10
Experience and Qualifications
10
Proposed Cost
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(b)
Score (0-3)
(a) x (b)
Weighted
Score
Final Score
Score Points
0- Missing or Does Not Meet Expectation
1- Partially Meets Expectation
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2- Meets Expectation
3- Exceeds Expectation
Final Selection
Proposals will be reviewed after opening and will be ranked in order of choice. A recommendation
will then be presented to the City Manager or City Council for approval to negotiate a contract with
the #1 choice and if unsuccessful to then pursue negotiations with the #2 choice. All proposers will be
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notified of their standing immediately following City’s decision. Price quoted must be held firm for
90 days after the RFP is due. The City reserves the right to make an award without further discussion
of the proposal submitted. The City shall not be bound or in any way obligated until both parties have
executed a contract. The City also reserves the right to delay the award of a contract or to not award a
contract. The RFP may be awarded by individual task or total proposal, whichever is most
advantageous to the City of Raleigh.
The general conditions and specifications of the RFP and the selected proposal, as amended by
agreement between the City and the Contractor including e-mail or written correspondence relative to
the RFP, may become part of the contract documents. Failure of the Contractor to perform as
represented may result in elimination of the Contractor from competition or in contract cancellation or
termination.
2.4
NOTICE TO VENDORS REGARDING RFP TERMS AND CONDITIONS
It shall be the Vendor’s responsibility to read the Instructions, the City’s terms and conditions, all
relevant exhibits and attachments, and any other components made a part of this RFP, and comply
with all requirements and specifications herein. Vendors also are responsible for obtaining and
complying with all Addenda and other changes that may be issued in connection with this RFP.
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SCOPE OF SERVICES
Supply cameras, digital recorders, all accompanying equipment, installation labor, system
support and training, appurtenances, and incidentals necessary for the installation and
operations of fully functional camera security system meeting site requirements per
Surveillance System Specifications.
SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM SPECIFICATIONS
CITY OF RALEIGH NC
PART 1 GENERAL
3.1.1 SUMMARY
It is the owner’s goal to implement cameras and a video recording system that will allow products from various
suppliers to be integrated into a unified system and to provide flexibility for expansion, maintenance, and
service of the system. The System shall be available from multiple, local suppliers.
The proposed equipment shall allow for monitoring by City of Raleigh Recreation staff locally and Facilities and
Operations staff remotely. Designated staff will monitor on an as needed basis through their own username
and password. The surveillance system should consist of security cameras, recording servers, racks, UPS,
surge protection, wiring/conduit, monitoring/ recording equipment and NiagaraAX software driver and tie into
existing JACE communication if applicable and/or submit necessary hardware/ software to accommodate new
systems as well as existing HVAC system located in the Mechanical Room.
Contractor shall propose to supply recording servers, cameras, all accompanying equipment, installation labor
(including wiring to camera each location), and operator training necessary for a fully functioning system.
Contractor shall propose certain models and/or systems that it believes will best fit the City’s needs. City of
Raleigh will provide WAN integration with the Vykon Enterprise software, and the central video management
server. City of Raleigh will provide necessary network connectivity (switch ports) for the IP cameras, recording
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server, and monitoring stations.
3.1.2 SYSTEM DESCRIPTION
The camera system as provided in this Division shall be based on the NiagaraAX Framework (or “Niagara”), a
Java-based framework developed by Tridium, Inc. The NiagaraAX Framework provides an open automation
infrastructure that integrates diverse systems and devices (regardless of manufacturer, communication
standard or software) into a unified platform that can be easily managed in real time over the Internet using a
standard Web browser. Surveillance software without a NiagaraAX Framework platform driver are
unacceptable. Supplier must visit the campus and gain understanding of the existing BAS systems installed.
The camera system shall be an integrated monitoring system that shall be accessed locally and through a
standard web browser (thin client), or software (thick client), and shall consist of IP video cameras, local
recording server, and associated equipment. The system shall be capable of recording and storing a minimum
of 30 days of video. The stored video shall be motion event based, and recorded at no less than 15 frames per
second.
The local recording server shall provide long term storage of video feeds, and provide communication with an
existing Milestone X-Protect Corporate central video management server.
3.1.3 ACCEPTABLE CAMERA SYSTEM INTEGRATORS
The Camera Systems Integrator shall provide necessary hardware, software, NiagaraAX software driver. The
successful Camera Systems Integrator shall not have password access to the FMCS Enterprise Server, or
Milestone Corporate Server, and shall be restricted to local access. Integration at the Enterprise level will be
performed by the Enterprise Developer by a separate owner managed contract.
The Camera Systems Integrator shall have a technical support group accessible that is staffed with qualified
personnel, capable of providing instruction and technical support service for networked video surveillance
systems, and support for server hardware.
Acceptable Camera Systems Integrators of the hardware and software components as specified herein are as
follows:
1. Premier Commercial Security
2. Envirocon
3. Strategic Connections
3.1.4 SUBMITTAL
Two copies of shop drawings of the entire camera system shall be submitted and shall consist of a complete
list of equipment and materials, including manufacturer's catalog data sheets and installation instructions.
Shop drawings shall also contain complete wiring and schematic diagrams, software descriptions, calculations,
and any other details required to demonstrate that the system has been coordinated and will properly function
as a system. Terminal identification for all control wiring shall be shown on the shop drawings.
Upon completion of the work, provide a complete set of ‘as-built’ drawings on compact disk. Drawings shall be
provided as AutoCAD™ or Visio™ compatible files. Two copies of the ‘as-built’ drawings shall be provided in
addition to the documents on compact disk. Division 28 contractors shall provide as-builts for their portions of
work.
In the submittals, camera system contractor shall include a complete point list of all points available to be
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integrated into the FMCS.
3.1.5 DEFINITIONS
Acronyms used in this specification are as follows:
FMCS
LAN
PICS
WAN
DVMS
Facility Management and Control System
Local Area Network
Product Interoperability Compliance Statement
Wide Area Network
Digital Video Management System
3.1.6 DIVISION OF WORK
Contractor shall be responsible to supply DVMS software, server hardware with storage, IP cameras, all
accompanying equipment, installation labor (including wiring to camera each location), and operator training
necessary for a fully functioning system.
3.1.7 SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
It is the owner's express goal to implement a camera system that will allow data to be integrated into a FMCS
in order to provide improved energy management and security. Any and all required IDs and passwords for
access to any component or software program shall be provided to the owner.
3.1.8 DELIVERY, STORAGE AND HANDLING
Provide factory-shipping cartons for each piece of equipment and control device. Maintain cartons through
shipping, storage, and handling as required to prevent equipment damage. Store equipment and materials
inside and protected from weather.
PART 2 PRODUCTS
3.2.1 OPEN, INTEROPERABLE, INTEGRATED ARCHITECTURES
The intent of this specification is to provide a networked camera system with the capability to integrate to a
Niagara Framework-based FMCS or to other existing FMCS via Ethernet using one of the following protocols:
BACnet IP.
It is also the intent of this specification is to provide a networked camera system with the capability to integrate
to an existing Milestone X-Protect Corporate DVMS.
For each BACnet ANSI / ASHRAE™ Standard 135-2004, system, (if applicable) the system supplier must
provide a PICS document showing the installed systems compliance level. Physical connection of BACnet
devices shall be via Ethernet using BACnet/IP. BACNet MSTP shall not be acceptable as a means to
integrate the camera system with a FMCS.
3.2.2 NETWORKS (PROVIDED BY OTHERS, DIVISION 27)
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The Local Area Network (LAN) shall be a 100 Megabits/sec Ethernet network supporting BACnet, Java, XML,
HTTP, HTTPS, and oBIX for maximum flexibility for integration of the camera system with enterprise
information systems.
Local area network minimum physical and media access requirements:
Ethernet; IEEE standard 802.3
Cable; 100 Base-T, UTP-8 wire, category 5E
Minimum throughput; 100 Mbps.
Contractor shall provide all required network products (cables, terminations etc.) for a physical connection to
the LAN at the NSC. The City of Raleigh shall provide switch ports and LAN connectivity.
3.2.3 INTEGRATION TO EXISTING NIAGARA AX FMCS SERVER
An existing NiagaraAX based server is located in the Parks and Recreation/Facilities Management office. The
server shall support all camera system components connected to the customer’s network whether local or
remote.
Local or Remote connections shall be via an Ethernet LAN/WAN.
3.2.4 INTEGRATION TO EXISTING MILESTONE CORPORATE FMCS SERVER
An existing Milestone X-Protect Corporate management server is located in the City of Raleigh data center.
The server shall support all camera system components connected to the customer’s network whether local or
remote. Local or Remote connections shall be via an Ethernet LAN/WAN.
3.2.5 DVMS SOFTWARE
Basis of design – Milestone X-Protect 2016 Professional/Enterprise
MODULES
Recording server
a. The software solution shall support an unlimited number of recording servers. One or more recording
servers shall be used in a software solution, depending on the number of cameras or the configuration of the
physical system.
b. Recording servers shall be able to record video feeds and communicate with cameras and other devices.
c. Each recording server shall have a default storage folder where the database content, primarily recordings
from the connected cameras, shall be stored. Recordings from each connected cameras shall be stored in
individual camera databases.
d. Recordings from each connected cameras shall be stored in individual camera databases.
e. The software solution shall not limit the amount of storage allocated for each connected device.
Event server
a. An event server shall manage all event- and map-related communication. It shall store events, image files
and map configurations, and shall make status information about the surveillance system available.
Mobile server
a. The mobile server shall handle communication between the software solution, and the mobile viewing client
and web viewing client.
CLIENTS
Management application
a. The management application shall provide a feature-rich and intuitive interface for initial configuration and
day-to-day administration of the software solution.
b. The management application shall provide configuration of the software solution through both pre-defined
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wizards as well as directly through a tree-style advanced configuration method.
Full viewing client
a. The full viewing client shall enable operators to connect to the software solution for initial authorization.
Upon authorization, the full viewing client shall be able to connect to the recording server(s), for access to
video recordings.
b. It shall be possible to view live video from cameras on the video management system from 1 to 100 per
view.
Cross-platform web viewing client
a. The software solution shall support a free web viewing client accessible through Internet browsers that shall
allow users to access cameras, views and recordings without installing any software.
b. The web viewing client shall support the following browsers: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google
Chrome, Opera and Safari.
c. The web viewing client shall be able to run on the supported browsers without installing any components on
the client PC.
d. The web viewing client shall connect to the software solution through a server component that shall be
installed on the software solution.
e. The software solution shall allow users of the web viewing client to make video exports without transferring
the data to the client PC. It shall then be possible to download exports on-demand from the web viewing client,
or access them directly from the software solution system storage.
Mobile viewing client (iOS, Android and Windows 8 Phone compatible)
a. The software solution shall support a free iOS, Android and Windows 8 Phone-compatible mobile viewing
client that shall allow users to access cameras, views and recordings on the mobile devices (mobile phones,
tablets and portable music players).
b. The mobile viewing client shall connect to the software solution through a server component that shall be
installed on the software solution.
c. The mobile viewing client shall be able to stream live video from mobile device cameras to the software
solution from where it can be seen live in other clients and recorded for later viewing.
Standalone viewing client
a. The software solution shall include a standalone viewing client that shall be able to play back video files
exported from clients.
b. It shall be possible to switch between a basic version of the standalone viewing client with a minimum set of
features and an advanced version with a higher number of features.
c. It shall be possible to place a standalone viewing client on drives used to store recordings and archiving
databases. This shall make it possible to read the databases in cases where a drive is removed from a server
and used at a later stage without being connected to a recording server. The recording server shall create a
file on each drive that describes the cameras whose recordings are on the given drive.
SYSTEM
Unlimited number of recording servers per system
a. The software solution shall support an unlimited number of recording servers. One or more recording
servers shall be used in a system, depending on the number of cameras or the configuration of the physical
system.
Unlimited number of cameras per recording server
a. The software solution shall allow for the connection of an unlimted number of cameras or other devices for
each recording server.
Unlimited video retention time
a. The software solution shall not place limits on video retention time, making it possible to save recorded
video for as long as needed.
Simultaneous live, recording and playback capability
a. The software solution shall support simultaneous live, recording, playback and export capability.
Automatic camera discovery
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a. The software solution shall be able to automatically detect and install cameras that support Simple Service
Discovery Protocol (SSDP), mDNS or ONVIF discovery when cameras supporting one of these protocols are
added to a local network.
b. Discovered cameras shall be automatically added to a default window in the full viewing client.
Automatic configuration wizard
a. The software solution’s management application shall include a wizard that allows users to search for
cameras and automatically add them to the DVMS. Once installed, such cameras shall appear in a default
view in the full viewing client.
Automatic software update notifications
a. The software solution shall inform users of the management application when service releases or new
version of device drivers drivers are available and allow them to download and install updates from inside the
management application.
Audio
a. The software solution shall support two-way audio from a microphone at the operator’s PC to a loudspeaker
mounted elsewhere, and from a microphone mounted elsewhere to a loudspeaker at the operator’s PC.
b. The software solution shall support recording of audio from microphones and speakers attached to cameras.
c. The software solution shall make it possible to enable or disable audio recording on a per device basis.
Support for MJPEG, MPEG-4 SP, MPEG-4 ASP, MxPEG and H.264 compression formats
a. The software solution shall support H.264, MPEG-4 (both ASP and SP), and MJPEG compression formats
for the video stream from all devices including analog cameras connected to encoders, DVRs, and IP cameras
connected to the system.
b. The software solution shall support the MxPEG video compression algorithm, unique to Mobotix. MxPEG
encoding shall have the capability to maintain high image quality for megapixel cameras while dramatically
decreasing bandwidth consumption.
Support for ONVIF™ and PSIA compliant devices
a. The software solution shall support interoperability with the IP camera standards Physical Security
Interoperability Alliance (PSIA) and the Open Network Video Interface Forum (ONVIF).
Generic device support via universal driver
a. The software solution shall include a universal driver that shall support any generic network camera. The
driver must be able to handle standard video streaming formats including MJPEG, MPEG4 and H.264.
IP device brands and models directly supported via dedicated driver
a. A continuously updated list of supported brands and models shall be made available by the manufacturer.
Secure HTTPS camera connectivity (on supported devices)
a. The video management system shall support the use of secure Hypertext Transfer Protocol Secure
(HTTPS) using Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) to establish a secure connection between supported hardware
devices and the software solution.
Dual streaming (live and recording) per camera
a. The software solution shall allow users to display and record independent streams of video from the camera
to the server, with different resolution, encoding and frame rate, for example to save disk space and network
bandwidth on one of the streams.
Built-in video motion detection (VMD)
a. The VMD shall be able to detect motion on key frames or on a specific part of the video in regular quality or
low-resolution video.
b. VMD exclusion zones shall ensure that the software solution does not detect motion in selected areas of an
image.
c. The software solution shall be able to automatically adjust motion detection sensitivity to optimize the motion
detection algorithm according to the background noise level in a video stream in changing light conditions.
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Set video motion detection per camera
a. The software solution shall provide the possibility to set video motion detection on per camera basis.
Video recording speed up on motion, event and time schedule
a. It shall be possible for video formats with key frames to record only key frames, and then speed up by
recording all frames when motion is detected, an event is triggered, or on a relevant time schedule.
Input, output and events
a. The DVMS shall support setting up or adding events rules in the DVMS which shall be used for triggering
actions. The DVMS shall support the following events:
1) Hardware-related events (configurable or predefined)
2) Device-related events (configurable or predefined)
3) External events (Predefined, generic or user-defined)
4) Recording server-related events
5) Analytic events (video content analysis events from third-party developers)
b. The DVMS shall support attaching external units, typically external sensors, to input ports on devices.
c. The DVMS shall support attaching external units to output ports on devices. This shall allow operators to, for
example, turn on/turn off lights.
Pan-tilt-zoom (with patrolling and presets)
a. The software solution shall make it possible to:
6) Change the direction and/or zoom of cameras with pan-tilt-zoom capabilities.
7) Set unlimited preset positions per camera.
8) Define a go-to preset on event feature.
9) Define patrolling profiles.
10) Combine patrolling and go-to preset on event.
11) Set and change a scanning/transition speed.
12) Define PTZ priorities
13) Go to preset positions
14) Pause patrolling at manual operation
15) Support for 360° fisheye and Immervision Enables® panomorph lenses, with two-by-two layout support
16) Built-in de-warping lens support for 180° and 360° views
17) Joystick support
18) Auxiliary commands (wash and wipe)
Microsoft® Active Directory support
a. The software solution shall support Active Directory to add users and groups.
b. The software solution shall support defining users directly in the DVMS.
Alarm management feature
a. The DVMS shall support an alarm management feature which shall be a single-point alarm function that
shall be integrated with the map function and provide a clear and consolidated list and overview of security and
system-related alarms and give instant access to cameras.
b. In the management application, the alarm management feature shall make it possible to:
1) Trigger alarms on events.
2) Set an alarm description, work instructions and assign an initial owner of an alarm.
3) Set a customizable alarms, priority levels, sound notifications, customizable alarm categories, alarm
statuses, and customizable codes for how the alarm was resolved.
4) View triggered alarms.
5) Manage alarms (reassign, change status, comment, set category, status and result code).
6) Show up to 15 related cameras in an alarm preview window.
7) View alarm handling reports
8) View alarm logs
c. In the full viewing client, the alarm management feature shall make it possible to:
1) See an alarm list in live and playback views
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2) Use extensive sort and filtering functions
3) See instant preview of primary camera and related cameras
4) Manage alarms (reassign, change status, comment)
5) Integrate with map function
6) See an alarm description and work instructions
7) Perform escalation and forwarding handling
8) Print alarm report
9) See alarm location maps in alarm list
10) Have combined access to live and playback video
11) See a report of alarm handling
12) Use a dedicated alarm management tab that can be displayed as floating window.
Privacy masking
a. The management application shall allow an administrator to define privacy masks, where areas of a camera
image can be blocked from a view in clients as well as in exported video material.
b. Privacy masks shall be indicated through a black blurring of the selected area, hiding the selected area(s) in
the view in clients.
Camera navigation feature
a. A camera navigation feature shall make it possible to drag multi-level maps with cameras onto live view.
This shall automatically display the positions of defined cameras in relation to each other based upon map
data, for example as cameras are laid out in a floor plan either in relation to each other or relative to the current
view.
Video-sharing feature
a. A video-sharing feature shall support distributed viewing of any camera on the system on any monitor
connected to the software solution.
b. The software solution shall offer an option of configuring the video-sharing application to show video feeds
from one to four cameras.
Map function
a. The full viewing client shall include a built-in map function which shall provide an intuitive overview of the
system and shall offer integrated access to all system components.
b. The map function shall be able to use standard graphical file formats including: jpg, gif, png, and tif.
c. It shall be possible to use any number of layered maps and to easily drag-and-drop and point-and-click icons
representing cameras, servers, microphones, speakers, I/O devices, connection areas, and PTZ presets to
maps.
Email and SMS notifications
a. The software solution shall include an email and SMS notifications feature that can inform users about
system errors such as archiving failures or camera failures.
b. The software solution shall make it possible to include variables with metadata, such as camera name,
name/timestamp of triggering event or an error text.
c. The software solution shall make it possible to add a time schedule for notifications to make it possible to set
a fixed period within which the DVMS may send notifications to users.
Integration platform (software development kit SDK) for third-party application integration
a. The software solution shall support a software development kit (SDK) that shall allow for integrating the
DVMS with third-party applications, for example access control, video analytics, and so on.
b. Integration of third party-developed applications and plug-ins shall be possible in three different ways:
protocol integration, .Net framework-integration and plug-in integration.
c. Integration through protocol shall allow for the possibility to choose coding platform.
d. Integration through the .NET-framework shall allow for using software components to integrate with the
DVMS.
e. Integration through a plug-in embedded directly into the DVMS environment shall run as part of the software
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solution and client applications.
Built-in de-warping lens support for 360° views
a. The software solution shall support the use of 360° panomorph video technology and it shall be possible to
define the physical location of such a hardware device, for example on a wall, the ground or in the ceiling.
ARCHIVING
Archiving of recordings
a. The software solution shall support archiving (an automatic transfer) of recordings from a camera’s default
database to another location on a time-schedule, without the need for user action, or initiation of the archiving
process.
b. Archiving shall support that the duration of the camera’s recordings can exceed the camera’s default
database capacity.
c. Archives shall be located either on the recording server computer or on a connected network drive. If the
storage area on a network drive becomes unavailable for recording, the system shall be able to trigger actions
such as automatic e-mails to defined personnel.
Keep online access to archives
a. It shall be possible to access all recordings for playback, whether the recordings are archived or not.
Parallel archiving and recording
a. It shall be possible for archiving and recording processes to take place at the same time, which shall enable
recording to continue when the software solution is archiving databases.
Hourly archiving schedules
a. It shall be possible to archive at a particular point in time, up to 24 times a day, with a minimum of one hour
between each, in order to prevent that a camera database becomes full.
b. Recordings shall be archived automatically if a camera’s database is full.
Dynamic archiving (disk spanning)
a. Dynamic archiving shall make it possible to archive to different drives. It shall be possible to specify a
number of different archiving paths.
b. Dynamic archiving shall make it possible to archive to the drive with most available space at any time,
provided a camera database is using that drive.
Archiving to network drives
a. It shall be possible to use network drives such as Network Attached Storage (NAS) as an archiving location.
Storage overview (used vs. available space) of available storage drives
a. The management application shall offer an overview of the available storage in the software solution.
Video archiving system modes
The DVMS shall make it possible to select between two video archiving system modes that define how to
handle recorded video when system storage reaches full capacity.
The DVMS shall include a system mode that deletes the oldest recordings from the system storage when full
capacity is reached, in order to make room for new recordings.
The DVMS shall include a system mode that stops saving new recordings on the system storage once full
capacity is reached. This shall allow law enforcement to preserve already existing video for evidence collection
purposes.
Export
The software solution shall have an export function to make it possible to export still images and video files
from the DVMS to external sources.
The software solution shall support the following:
b. Export in still image format (JPEG)
c. Export in media player format (AVI) (with or without audio)
d. Export in MKV media format (MKV)
e. Encrypted export with password
f. Auto-export of standalone viewing client
g. Prevention of re-export of an exported file
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h. Additional export-specific privacy masks
i. Direct export to optical media
j. Flexible camera selection for export
k. Bulk export to multiple media formats
l. General and camera specific export comments
m. Pre/post comment slides for AVI files
INTEGRATION
Video content analysis support
a. The software solution shall support video content analysis through third-party integrations that use the SDK.
Recording server application programming interface (API)
a. The SDK shall offer a full API for access to the recording server.
Client plug-in support
a. The full viewing client shall be able to extend standard functionality through third-party plugins that enable
support for video content analysis, access control or other functionality.
Open integration platform and/or software development kit
a. The SDK shall be available to allow third-party development of functionality that shall be able to integrate to
the software solution through an open integration platform.
Generic events via TCP/IP
a. The software solution shall be able to trigger events when receiving specific data sent via TCP/IP.
MANAGEMENT
Configuration wizards
a. The configuration wizards shall guide administrators through the process of adding cameras, configuring
videos, setting up recordings, adjusting motion detection and configuring user settings.
Automatic device scanning with automatic device model detection
a. The software solution shall be able to scan a network for hardware device and list these in real-time as they
are detected.
b. The software solution shall be able to recognize relevant hardware devices, such as cameras and video
encoders, and include them in the device scanning process.
Device replacement wizard
a. A device replacement wizard shall make it possible to replace an already added and configured hardware
device with a new hardware device.
Run servers as Windows Services
a. The software solution shall run the recording server, image server, mobile server and event server as
Windows Services.
b. The software solution shall have the possibility to monitor, start, stop and restart servers running as
Windows Services.
Scheduled start/stop of devices
a. The software solution shall have the possibility to schedule when a device shall be on/off.
Export and import of configuration data
a. The software solution shall be able to export and import configuration data.
System configuration restore points
a. The software solution shall include system configuration restore points that shall make it possible to return to
a previous configuration state.
b. The software solution shall generate a new restore point each time a configuration change is applied in the
software solution.
Online and offline activation
a. The software solution shall support activation of license files either via online or offline activation.
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b. Online activation shall only be possible if the software solution server has Internet access.
Logging
The software solution shall provide system logs, event logs and audit logs.
Viewing clients
The basic functionality of the full viewing client, the mobile viewing client and the web viewing client is listed in
chapter 1.
Add-on products
Transactional data solution
The transactional data solution shall enable the operator to search and view transaction data from third-party
systems that are time-linked with video recordings of the relevant transaction activities.
The transactional data solution shall integrate digital video surveillance images with Point of Sale (POS) or
Automated Teller Machine (ATM) transaction data.
License plate recognition solution
The license plate recognition solution shall be video-based content analysis (VCA) and recognition of vehicle
license plates.
The license plate recognition solution shall be able to trigger recordings in the DVMS in a particular quality,
match against positive/negative lists, open gates, switch on lights, push video of incidents to computer screens
of particular members of security staff, send mobile phone text messages, and shall be able to do this all at
once.
Screen recording service
The screen recording service shall enable a computer with Windows installed to act as an IP video camera,
sending the contents of its desktop to the recording server to which it is connected.
The screen recording service shall consist of a small application to install on one or more Windows computers,
and a camera driver to apply to the management application.
The screen recording service shall only be able to connect to and request video from a computer with the
screen recording service installed.
Utilities
Software manager utility
The software manager utility shall offer a centralized platform from which to install, uninstall and upgrade largescale, multi-server installation of the software solution.
The software manager utility shall make it possible to quickly deploy and upgrade software solution from a
single software application.
Utility to detect system failures
The utility to detect system failures shall immediately notify operators by a siren or beacon light, when there is
a system failure (such as hard disk failure, camera failure, and power failure on the recording system).
3.2.6 DVMS Software Maintenance and Upgrades
Contractor shall supply 3 years base license and 3 years device license software maintenance plan with the
project.
3.2.7 VYKON SUPERVISOR AX CAMERA LICENSES
Contractor shall provide sufficient quantity of Vykon AX camera licenses for the number of cameras added to
the site.
3.2.8 RECORDING SERVER WITH STORAGE
Small Site (1-16 IP Cameras)
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1U Enterprise Server 2 Drive Bays
Quad Core Intel Xeon, 8GB RAM, 7.2K SATA 200GB OS/Live partition, 7.2K SATA 2-6TB Video Archive
Partition (No RAID). Size archive to fit 30 day retention requirement.
OS: Microsoft Server 2012 R2 Standard
Basis of design – Dell R220
Medium Site (17-32 IP Cameras)
2U Enterprise Server 8 Drive Bays
Quad Core Intel Xeon, 8GB RAM, RAID1 7.2K SATA 200GB OS/Live partition, 7.2K SATA RAID5 Video
Archive Partition. Size archive to fit 30 day retention requirement.
Array Controller with minimum 512KB Battery Backed Cache
Redundant Power Supplies
OS: Microsoft Server 2012 R2 Standard
Basis of design – Dell R530
Large Site (33+ Cameras)
2U Enterprise Server 12-16 Drive Bays
Hexacore Core Intel Xeon, 8GB RAM, RAID1 10K SAS 300GB OS/Live partition, 7.2K SATA RAID5 Video
Archive Partition. Size archive to fit 30 day retention requirement.
Array Controller with minimum 1GB Battery Backed Cache
Redundant Power Supplies
OS: Microsoft Server 2012 R2 Standard
Basis of Design – Dell R730XD
3.2.9 IP Cameras
3.2.9.1 Exterior Overview – General Areas
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall produce a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (Full HD 1080p) at
up to 60 fps with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall produce a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels at 30fps with a 4:3
aspect ratio, H.264 using super resolution techniques.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall utilize an approximate 1/3-inch type high sensitivity MOS image
sensor.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall feature a 133dB wide dynamic range based on Enhanced
Super Dynamic and Adaptive Black Stretch technology (ABS).
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera hall produce a color image with a minimum illumination of 0.005 lux
and a monochrome image with 0.0007 lux at F1.6, shutter speed of 16/30s and High gain mode.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall generate multiple simultaneous video streams of JPEG
streams and up to four (4) high profile H.264 streams.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall utilize Multi process Noise Reduction (MNR) and 3D-Digital
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Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) to remove visual noises in low light conditions.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall be rated to IP66 and NEMA 4X standard against water and
dust ingress.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall be rated to IEC 60068-2-75 and IEC 62262 IK10 vandal
resistance.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer Video Motion Detection (VMD) with four (4) programmable
detection areas, 15 steps sensitivity level and 10 steps detection size.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer an optional intelligent VMD (i-VMD) which provides
intruder detection, loitering detection, direction detection, scene change detection, object detection and cross
line detection.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer an optional face detection function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have 2x and 4x digital zoom function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide Variable Image Quality on Specified Area (VIQS) which
sets different image qualities to up to eight (8) areas in the full view to reduce bandwidth and storage capacity
requirements.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide Cropping function which sends out the full view and up
to four (4) areas cropped from the full view simultaneously so it enables to view the full view and details at the
same time.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Face Super Dynamic which ensures clear face image.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Fog compensation function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Super Chroma Compensation (SCC) which realizes a
better color reproducibility in the low illumination.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Lens Distortion Compensation to compensate the barrel
distortion.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide up to eight (8) areas of electronic privacy masking.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer the prioritized stream control which transmits a video
stream to the specified client PC or recorder preferentially.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have three (3) alarm sources of terminal input, VMD and
Panasonic alarm command that activate the processes such as SDXC/SDHC/SD memory recording, FTP
image transfer, E-mail notification, Indication on browser, Alarm terminal output, and Panasonic alarm protocol
output.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have a SD memory card slot that supports SD, SDHC and
SDXC memory card for local storage.
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The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer full-duplex bi-directional audio communication between
the camera and monitoring site.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have a dehumidification unit to keep the camera dry inside.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall conform to the ONVIF standard.
CAMERA
Image Sensor
1/3 type MOS image sensor
Effective Pixels
Approx. 2.4 megapixels
Scanning Mode
Progressive
Scanning Area
5.28 mm (H) x 3.30 mm (V) {7/32 inches(H) x 1/8 inches(V)}
Minimum Illumination
Color
0.07 lux (F1.6, Maximum shutter: Max. 1/30s, Gain: On(High))
B/W
0.01 lux (F1.6, Maximum shutter : Max. 1/30s, Gain : On(High))
Dynamic Range
133 dB typ. (Super Dynamic : ON, Light Control Mode : indoor)
Lens
Vari-Focal Length
Max. Aperture Ratio
Angular Field of View
16:9 aspect ratio
2.8 ~ 9.5mm (1/8 ~ 13/32 inches)
1 : 1.6 (WIDE) ~ 1 : 3.3 (TELE)
Focus adjustment
H: 31° (TELE) – 109° (WIDE)
V: 18° (TELE) – 59° (WIDE)
H: 26° (TELE) – 89° (WIDE)
V: 19.6° (TELE) – 65.8° (WIDE)
Auto Focus (AF)
ADJUSTING ANGLE
Horizontal
Vertical
Image tilt adjustment
±180°
±85°
-100° (Left) ~ +100° (Right)
4:3 aspect ratio
VIDEO
Compression Format
Image Resolution
16:9 aspect ratio
H.264, JPEG
1,920 x 1,080 / 1,280 x 720 / 640 x 360 / 320 x 180 / 160 x 90
(30/60fps)
4:3 aspect ratio 2,048 x 1,536 / 1,600 x 1,200 / 1,280 x 960 / 800 x 600 /
640 x 480 / 400 x 300 / 320 x 240 / 160x120 (30fps)
H.264
Transmission Mode
Constant bitrate / Frame rate priority / Best effort / Advanced VBR
/ VBR
Frame Rate
1 / 3 / 5 / 7.5 / 10 / 12 / 15 / 20 / 30 / 60 fps
Bit Rate/Client 64 / 128 / 256 / 384 / 512 / 768 / 1,024 / 1,536 / 2,048 / 3,072 / 4,096 / 6,144 / 8,192 / 10,240 /
12,288 / 14,336 / 16,384 / 20,480 / 24,576 kbps
Image Quality Low / Normal / Fine
Transmission type
Unicast, Multicast
JPEG
Image quality 10 steps
Transmission type
Pull, Push
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Audio
Audio Compression
G.726 (ADPCM) 32kbps / 16kbps, G.711 64kbps, AAC-LC
Audio Mode
OFF / Microphone (Line) input / Audio output / Interactive (Half
duplex) / Interactive (Full duplex)
OPERATION
Super Dynamic
On(High) / On(Normal) / Off
Super Dynamic is automatically set Off on 60fps mode.
Face Super Dynamic ON / OFF (Only at Super Dynamic : ON)
Adaptive Black Stretch ON / OFF (Only when Super Dynamic is OFF )
Fog compensation
ON / OFF (Only when Super Dynamic/ Adaptive black stretch Off)
AGC
ON (LOW, MID, HIGH) / OFF
Electronic Sensitivity Up max. 1/1000 s, max. 1/500 s, max. 1/250 s, max. 1/120 s,
max. 1/100 s, max. 1/60 s, max. 1/30 s, max. 2/120 s,
max. 2/100 s, max. 2/30 s, max. 4/30 s, max. 6/30 s,
max. 10/30 s, max. 16/30 s
Day & Night
Day and Night functionality with a built-in IR-cut filter removal
Off/ On/ Auto1 (Normal) / Auto2 (IR light) / Auto3 (SCC)
Digital Noise Reduction High / Low
Video Motion Detection 4 areas, Sensitivity:15 steps, Detection size:10 steps
Privacy Zone
Up to 8 zones
VIQS
Up to 8 zones
Camera Title (OSD)
Up to 20 characters
Lens Distortion Compensation 256 steps
NETWORK
Network Interface
10Base-T / 100Base-TX, RJ-45 connector
IP
IPv6, IPv4
Supported Protocols
IPv6
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, DNS, NTP, SNMP,
DHCPv6, RTP, MLD, ICMP, ARP
IPv4
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, RTP/RTCP, FTP,
SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, SNMP, UPnP, IGMP, ICMP, ARP
Max. User access
Up to 14 users
GUI Language
English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian,
Chinese, Japanese
INTERFACE
Monitor Output
Microphone/Line input
Audio Output
External I/O Terminals
ALARM IN 3/AUX OUT
SD memory card slot
ELECTRICAL
Power Source
Power Consumption
VBS : 1.0 V [p-p] / 75 ohm,ø3.5mm mini jack, for adjustment
ø3.5 mm monaural mini jack
ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (monaural output)
ALARM IN 1/DAY/NIGHT IN, ALARM IN 2/ALARM OUT,
1 slot, SD/SDHC/SDXC
DC 12V, PoE (Class 0)
Approx. 9W (DC 12V), Approx. 10.1W (PoE)
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SAFETY / EMC
Safety
UL (UL60950-1), C-UL (CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1),
CE, IEC60950-1
EMC
FCC (Part15 Class A), ICES003 Class A, EN55022 Class B,
EN55024
MECHANICAL
Dimensions (D x H)
ø164 mm x 139 mm (ø6-15/32 x 5-15/32 inches)
(Including the base bracket)
Weight
Approx. 1.6 kg (3.53 lbs.)
(Including the base bracket)
Construction material
Main body
Aluminum die cast
Dome section Polycarbonate resin
Finish
Main body
Light gray
Dome section Clear
ENVIRONMENTAL
Vandal Resistance
IEC 60068-2-75 test Eh, 50J / IEC 62262 IK10
Ingress Resistance
IP66, IEC60529 measuring standard compatible,
Type 4X (UL50), NEMA 4X compliant
Operating Temperature -40 °C ~ +50 °C (-40 °F ~ 122 °F)
Operating Humidity
10 % ~ 90 % (without condensation)
BASIS OF DESIGN – PANASONIC WV-SFV531
3.2.9.2 Exterior Overview – Low Light
The camera shall have super high resolution at Full HD/1,920 x 1,080 images up to 60 fps created by high
sensitivity MOS Sensor.
The cameras shall use approximate 1/3 inches, high sensitivity MOS image sensor.
The cameras shall have Multiple H.264 (High profile) streams (max. 4 streams) and JPEG streams ensure
simultaneous real time monitoring and high resolution recording by new enhanced “UniPhier”, Panasonic’s
proprietary System LSI platform.
WV-SFV631L shall have Maximum Screen Size of 2,048 x 1,536 at 30fps, H.264 using super resolution
techniques.
The camera shall have Enhanced Super Dynamic technologies to deliver 133 dB wide dynamic range. The
camera shall also have ABS (Adaptive Black Stretch) to transform shadows and dark areas into natural and
crisp images in real time, electronic sensitivity-up for real surveillance purposes under severe conditions. For
better picture quality, the camera shall feature digital 2H enhancer, digital aperture correction, knee circuit and
digital white detective ATW. The camera shall also offer a user-configurable AWC setting for white balance at
a manual setting.
The camera shall have Multi process NR and 3D-DNR that shall ensure noise reduction in various conditions.
High sensitivity with Day / Night (IR) function:
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WV-SFV631L: 0.04 lx (Color), 0.01 lx (B/W) at F1.3
WV-SFV611L: 0.01 lx (Color), 0.003 lx (B/W) at F1.3
The camera shall have infrared (IR) LED that shall make it possible to take pictures at zero lx. IR LED shall be
controlled to match the environment, thereby the camera shall provide clear images of human faces without
white blur.
The camera shall have High Speed ABF (Auto Back Focus) mechanism for automatic and remote back focus
adjustment. ABF shall engage and reposition the imaging assembly at the camera or remote from the browser.
Also Motorized Zoom shall ensure easy installation. The camera shall incorporate a focus assist mechanism to
provide optimal focus adjustment. The focus assist mechanism shall be operable through the integrated web
browser pages.
The camera shall incorporate an automatic iris, 3.6X variable focal lens with a focal length of 2.8 - 10mm
(3.6X). The lens shall be suitable for use in areas where there is a varying light source.
WV-SFV631L shall have following angular field-of-view:
[16 : 9 mode] Horizontal : 28.8° (TELE) – 102.6° (WIDE)
Vertical : 16.0° (TELE) – 56.0° (WIDE)
[4 : 3 mode]
Horizontal : 23.7° (TELE) – 84.3° (WIDE)
Vertical : 17.8° (TELE) – 62.4° (WIDE)
WV-SFV611L shall have following angular field-of-view:
[16 : 9 mode] Horizontal : 26.4° (TELE) – 93.7° (WIDE)
Vertical : 14.8° (TELE) – 51.6° (WIDE)
[4 : 3 mode]
Horizontal : 26.4° (TELE) – 93.7° (WIDE)
Vertical : 20.0° (TELE) – 69.3° (WIDE)
The lens shall have a maximum aperture ratio of 1:1.3 (wide), 1:3.0 (telephoto) with Smart DoF (Depth of
Field) mode.
The camera's built-in shutter shall be
[2 mega pixel [16:9](60 fps mode)/ 1.3 mega pixel [16:9](60 fps mode)]:
OFF(1/60), 1/100, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000
Other than [2 mega pixel [16:9](60 fps mode)/ 1.3 mega pixel [16:9] (60 fps mode)]:
OFF(1/30), 3/100, 3/120, 2/100, 2/120, 1/100, 1/120, 1/250, 1/500, 1/1000, 1/2000, 1/4000, 1/10000
The camera shall have VIQS (Variable Image Quality on Specified area) technology that shall allow the
designated eight areas to retain higher image quality while the excluded area shall have a decreased image
quality, which shall enable to use lower image file size and bit rate.
The camera shall have Cropping function that shall enable to provide whole image and the part image
simultaneously. Up to 4 image capture areas shall be able to be specified, and it shall be able to control the
sequence.
The camera shall have Face Super Dynamic Range technology that shall ensure clear face image.
The camera shall have Lens distortion compensation for the distorted images that shall be able to be adjusted
256 steps.
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The camera shall have Electronic sensitivity enhancement: Auto (Up to 16/30s) / OFF.
Selectable light control modes: Outdoor scene, Indoor scene (50 Hz) / Indoor scene (60 Hz), Fix shutter.
Indoor scene (50 Hz/60Hz): Flicker caused by fluorescent lightning shall be automatically compensated.
WV-SFV631L shall have a 3x extra optical zoom at 640 x 360 pix resolution.
WV-SFV611L shall have a 2x extra optical zoom at 640 x 360 pix resolution.
The camera shall have 2x to 4x digital zoom function controlled by browser.
The camera shall have VMD (Video Motion Detection) function with 4 programmable detection areas, 15 steps
sensitivity level and 10 steps detection size.
The camera shall have Privacy Zone that shall be able to mask up to 8 private areas, such as house windows
and entrances/exits.
The camera shall have Alarm sources including 3 terminal input, VMD and Panasonic alarm command that
shall be able to trigger actions such as SDXC/SDHC/SD memory recording, FTP image transfer, E-mail
notification, Indication on browser, Alarm terminal output and Panasonic alarm protocol output.
The camera shall have Full duplex bi-directional audio that shall allow interactive communication between
camera site and monitoring site.
With the camera, JPEG Image compression ratio shall be able to be changed by alarm so that higher quality
image shall be provided.
Prioritized stream control: One of the video streams shall be prioritized when multiple recorders or client PCs
shall access the camera so that the recorder or the client PC shall be able to maintain the frame rate.
The camera have Double SDXC/SDHC/SD Memory card slots for manual recording (H.264 / JPEG), alarm
recording (H.264 / JPEG) and backup upon network failure (H.264 / JPEG) and also shall have long-term
recording and auto backup function.
The camera shall have Fog compensation function.
The camera shall have Super Chroma Compensation function that shall realize a better color reproducibility
even in low illumination.
The camera shall have IP66 rated water and dust resistant. Compatible with IEC60529 measurement
standard, Type 4X (UL50), NEMA 4X compliant.
The camera shall be Vandal resistant of IEC 60068-2-75 test Eh, 50 J / IEC 62262 IK10.
The ambient operating temperature of the camera shall be –45 °C ~ +50 °C (-49 °F ~ 122 °F).
The camera shall be Onvif compliant.
The camera shall have Dehumidification device for use with various weather conditions.
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The camera shall support unicast and multicast transmissions. The camera also shall support transmission
priority for H.264 images of Constant bit rate, Frame rate, Best effort and Advanced VBR. The total bit rate for
data transmission shall be selected from the following: Unlimited/ 64kbps/ 128kbps/ 256kbps/ 384kbps/
512kbps/ 768kbps/ 1024kbps/ 2048kbps/ 4096kbps/ 8192kbps.
The camera shall support IPV4 and IPV6 network addressing and shall support the following protocols:
IPv6: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, DNS, NTP, SNMP, DHCPv6, RTP, MLD, ICMP, ARP
IPv4: TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, RTP/RTCP, FTP, SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP,
SNMP, UPnP, IGMP, ICMP, ARP
The camera shall be capable of being configured to automatically transmit alarm images transfer via FTP file
transfer and/or e-mail. In addition the camera shall support the scheduled transfer of image data via FTP to an
FTP server.
The camera shall have full duplex two-way audio feature and be capable of transmitting and receiving the
audio stream through the same Ethernet connection as the video. The audio shall be encoded using G.726
(ADPCM) 32 kbps/ 16 kbps, G.711 64 kbps or AAC-LC compression method.
The power source for the camera shall be 12V DC or PoE (IEEE802.3af compliant: DC36-57 V)) power device.
All units shall be UL listed and CE certified:
Safety: UL (UL60950-1), C-UL (CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1), CE, IEC60950-1
EMS: FCC (Part15 ClassA), ICES003 ClassA, EN55022 ClassB, EN55024
BASIS OF DESIGN – PANASONIC WV-SFV631L
3.2.9.3 Interior Overview
GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall produce a resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels (Full HD 1080p) at
up to 60 fps with a 16:9 aspect ratio.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall produce a resolution of 2,048 x 1,536 pixels at 30fps with a 4:3
aspect ratio, H.264 using super resolution techniques.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall utilize an approximate 1/3-inch type high sensitivity MOS image
sensor.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall feature a 133dB wide dynamic range based on Enhanced
Super Dynamic and Adaptive Black Stretch technology (ABS).
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera hall produce a color image with a minimum illumination of 0.005 lux
and a monochrome image with 0.0007 lux at F1.6, shutter speed of 16/30s and High gain mode.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall generate multiple simultaneous video streams of JPEG
streams and up to four (4) high profile H.264 streams.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall utilize Multi process Noise Reduction (MNR) and 3D-Digital
Noise Reduction (3D-DNR) to remove visual noises in low light conditions.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall be rated to IEC 60068-2-75 and IEC 62262 IK10 vandal
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resistance.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer Video Motion Detection (VMD) with four (4) programmable
detection areas, 15 steps sensitivity level and 10 steps detection size.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer an optional intelligent VMD (i-VMD) which provides
intruder detection, loitering detection, direction detection, scene change detection, object detection and cross
line detection.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer an optional face detection function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have 2x and 4x digital zoom function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide Variable Image Quality on Specified Area (VIQS) which
sets different image qualities to up to eight (8) areas in the full view to reduce bandwidth and storage capacity
requirements.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide Cropping function which sends out the full view and up
to four (4) areas cropped from the full view simultaneously so it enables to view the full view and details at the
same time.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Face Super Dynamic which ensures clear face image.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Fog compensation function.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Super Chroma Compensation (SCC) which realizes a
better color reproducibility in the low illumination.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have Lens Distortion Compensation to compensate the barrel
distortion.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall provide up to eight (8) areas of electronic privacy masking.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer the prioritized stream control which transmits a video
stream to the specified client PC or recorder preferentially.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have three (3) alarm sources of terminal input, VMD and
Panasonic alarm command that activate the processes such as SDXC/SDHC/SD memory recording, FTP
image transfer, E-mail notification, Indication on browser, Alarm terminal output, and Panasonic alarm protocol
output.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall have a SD memory card slot that supports SD, SDHC and
SDXC memory card for local storage.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall offer full-duplex bi-directional audio communication between
the camera and monitoring site.
The Super Dynamic Fixed Dome Camera shall conform to the ONVIF standard.
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CAMERA
Image Sensor
1/3 type MOS image sensor
Effective Pixels
Approx. 2.4 megapixels
Scanning Mode
Progressive
Scanning Area
5.28 mm (H) x 3.30 mm (V) {7/32 inches(H) x 1/8 inches(V)}
Minimum Illumination
Color
0.07 lux (F1.6, Maximum shutter: Max. 1/30s, Gain: On(High))
B/W
0.01 lux (F1.6 Maximum shutter : Max. 1/30s, Gain : On(High))
Dynamic Range
133 dB typ. (Super Dynamic : ON, Light Control Mode : indoor)
Lens
Vari-Focal Length
2.8 ~ 9.5mm (1/8 ~ 13/32 inches)
Max. Aperture Ratio
1 : 1.6 (WIDE) ~ 1 : 3.3 (TELE)
Angular Field of View
16:9 aspect ratio
H: 31° (TELE) – 109° (WIDE)
V: 18° (TELE) – 59° (WIDE)
4:3 aspect ratio H: 26° (TELE) – 89° (WIDE)
V: 20° (TELE) – 66° (WIDE)
Focus adjustment
Auto Focus (AF)
ADJUSTING ANGLE
Horizontal
Vertical
Image tilt adjustment
VIDEO
Compression Format
Image Resolution
16:9 aspect ratio
-240° (Left) ~ +120° (Right)
±85°
-100° (Left) ~ +100° (Right)
H.264, JPEG
1,920 x 1,080 / 1,280 x 720 / 640 x 360 / 320 x 180 / 160 x 90
(30/60fps)
4:3 aspect ratio 2,048 x 1,536 / 1,600 x 1,200 / 1,280 x 960 / 800 x 600 /
640 x 480 / 400 x 300 / 320 x 240 / 160x120 (30fps)
H.264
Transmission Mode
Constant bitrate / Frame rate priority / Best effort / Advanced VBR
/ VBR
Frame Rate
1 / 3 / 5 / 7.5 / 10 / 12 / 15 / 20 / 30 / 60 fps
Bit Rate/Client 64 / 128 / 256 / 384 / 512 / 768 / 1,024 / 1,536 / 2,048 / 3,072 /
4,096 / 6,144 / 8,192 / 10,240 / 12,288 / 14,336 / 16,384 / 20,480 / 24,576 kbps
Image Quality Low / Normal / Fine
Transmission type
Unicast, Multicast
JPEG
Image quality 10 steps
Transmission type
Pull, Push
Audio
Audio Compression
G.726 (ADPCM) 32kbps / 16kbps, G.711 64kbps, AAC-LC
Audio Mode
OFF / Microphone (Line) input / Audio output / Interactive (Half
duplex) / Interactive (Full duplex)
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OPERATION
Super Dynamic
On(High) / On(Normal) / Off
Super Dynamic is automatically set Off on 60fps mode.
Face Super Dynamic ON / OFF (Only at Super Dynamic : ON)
Adaptive Black Stretch ON / OFF (Only when Super Dynamic is OFF )
Fog compensation
ON / OFF (Only when Super Dynamic/ Adaptive black stretch Off)
AGC
ON (LOW, MID, HIGH) / OFF
Electronic Sensitivity Up max. 1/1000 s, max. 1/500 s, max. 1/250 s, max. 1/120 s,
max. 1/100 s, max. 1/60 s, max. 1/30 s, max. 2/120 s,
max. 2/100 s, max. 2/30 s, max. 4/30 s, max. 6/30 s,
max. 10/30 s, max. 16/30 s
Day & Night
Day and Night functionality with a built-in IR-cut filter removal
Off/ On/ Auto1 (Normal) / Auto2 (IR light) / Auto3 (SCC)
Digital Noise Reduction High / Low
Video Motion Detection 4 areas, Sensitivity:15 steps, Detection size:10 steps
Privacy Zone
Up to 8 zones
VIQS
Up to 8 zones
Camera Title (OSD)
Up to 20 characters
Lens Distortion Compensation 256 steps
NETWORK
Network Interface
10Base-T / 100Base-TX, RJ-45 connector
IP
IPv6, IPv4
Supported Protocols
IPv6
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, SMTP, DNS, NTP, SNMP,
DHCPv6, RTP, MLD, ICMP, ARP
IPv4
TCP/IP, UDP/IP, HTTP, HTTPS, RTSP, RTP, RTP/RTCP, FTP,
SMTP, DHCP, DNS, DDNS, NTP, SNMP, UPnP, IGMP, ICMP, ARP
Max. User access
Up to 14 users
GUI Language
English, Italian, French, German, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian,
Chinese, Japanese
INTERFACE
Monitor Output
VBS : 1.0 V [p-p] / 75 ohm, NTSC / PAL composite,
ø3.5 mm mini jack, for adjustment
Microphone/Line input ø3.5 mm monaural mini jack
Audio Output
ø3.5 mm stereo mini jack (monaural output)
External I/O Terminals ALARM IN 1/DAY/NIGHT IN, ALARM IN 2/ALARM OUT,
ALARM IN 3/AUX OUT
SD memory card slot 1 slot, SD/SDHC/SDXC
ELECTRICAL
Power Source
Power Consumption
SAFETY / EMC
Safety
CE, IEC60950-1
EMC
EN55024
DC 12V, PoE (Class 2)
Approx. 5.4W (DC 12V), Approx. 5.3W (PoE)
UL (UL60950-1), C-UL (CAN/CSA C22.2 No.60950-1),
FCC (Part15 Class A), ICES003 Class A, EN55022 Class B,
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MECHANICAL
Dimensions (D x H)
ø129.5 mm x 102.5 mm (ø5-3/32 x 4-1/32 inches)
Weight
Approx. 0.70 kg (1.54 lbs.)
Construction material
Main body
Aluminum die cast
Dome section Polycarbonate resin
Finish
Main body
Sail white
Dome section Clear
ENVIRONMENTAL
Vandal Resistance
IEC 60068-2-75 / IEC 62262 IK10
Operating Temperature -10 °C ~ +50 °C (14 °F ~ 122 °F)
Operating Humidity
10 % ~ 90 % (without condensation)
BASIS OF DESIGN – PANASONIC WV-SFR531
3.2.10 AUXILLARY EQUIPMENT
EQUIPMENT RACK
The Contractor shall supply a suitable rack for the recording server. Small sites may use a wall mount, vertical
type rack. Medium or large sites with suitable MDF room may require a half height floor rack. The Contractor
supplied rack shall be approved by City of Raleigh owner representative.
SERVER KVM
The Contractor shall supply a keyboard, 19” LCD Monitor, and mouse for local programming/service use at the
recording server.
UPS
The Contractor shall supply a rack mounted Uninterrupted Power Supply (UPS) at the power
source for all cameras and video storage devices. A dedicated circuit shall be provided. The UPS shall meet or
exceed the following design and performance specifications.
Conserves valuable space with 2U rack height
Doubles battery service life and gives you advanced warning of the end of useful battery
life with ABM technology
Delivers smooth, continuous power with pure sine wave output
Protects your equipment from power fluctuations with Buck and Boost voltage regulation
Includes mounting hardware for 1U rackmount, 0U side cabinet, and bench-top
installations
Extends backup time for select equipment with Load segments
Minimizes downtime with hot-swappable batteries
Ensures data integrity with free Software Suite bundle including LanSafe software,
PowerVision software, and NetWatch
Integrates connectivity products such as the ConnectUPS-X Web/SNMP/xHub card
easily with an option slot
LED Status Display for Various UPS alarm conditions
SURGE PROTECTION
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Each IP camera fitted to the site building on the outside of the building envelope shall be provided with surge
protection. Basis of design – Ditek MRJPOE.
LOCAL VIEWING SYSTEM
The site may require local viewing for front desk personnel or public view. The contractor shall supply an HD
media player with suitable LCD monitor and mount.
The HD media player shall be suitable for digital signage applications.
The HD media player shall run Microsoft Windows 7-64bit
The HD media player shall be compatible with the Milestone X-Protect 64-Bit Smart Client
Basis of design – Seneca HDn Media Player
PART 3 EXECUTION
INSTALLATION
All work described in this section shall be performed by system integrators or contractors that have a
successful history in the design and installation of integrated security and control systems. The installing office
shall have a minimum of five years of integration experience and shall provide documentation in the submittal
package verifying the company's experience.
Install system and materials in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions, and as detailed on the project
drawing set.
Line and low voltage electrical connections to control equipment shown specified or shown on the control
diagrams shall be furnished and installed by the contractor in accordance with the specifications.
WIRING
All electrical control wiring to the network components shall be the responsibility of the Division 26 Contractor.
All wiring shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code and any applicable local codes. Where
plenum rated cable wiring is allowed it shall be run parallel to or at right angles to the structure, properly
supported and installed in a neat and workmanlike manner.
WARRANTY
Equipment, materials and workmanship incorporated into the work shall be warranted for a period of one year
from the time of system acceptance. Recording server and IP cameras shall provide 3 year hardware warranty.
Within this period, upon notice by the Owner, any defects in the work provided under this section due to faulty
materials, methods of installation or workmanship shall be promptly (within 48 hours after receipt of notice)
repaired or replaced by the Division 28 contractor at no expense to the Owner
WARRANTY ACCESS
The Owner shall grant to the camera system contractor, reasonable access to the system during the warranty
period. The Owner shall allow the contractor to access the system from a remote location for the purpose of
diagnostics and troubleshooting, via the Internet, during the warranty period.
ACCEPTANCE TESTING
Upon completion of the installation, the camera system contractor shall load all system software and start-up
the system. The camera system contractor shall perform all necessary calibration, testing and de-bugging and
perform all required operational checks to insure that the system is functioning in full accordance with these
specifications.
The camera system contractor shall perform tests to verify proper performance of recording server products
and strategies. Repeat tests until proper performance results. Upon completion of the performance tests
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described above, repeat these tests, point by point in presence of Owner's Representative, as required.
Properly schedule these tests so testing is complete at a time directed by the Owner's Representative. Do not
delay tests so as to prevent delay of occupancy permits or building occupancy. A letter of certification shall be
provided to indicate that the tests have been performed, and all devices are operational
System Acceptance: Satisfactory completion is when the contractor has performed successfully all the
required testing to show performance compliance with the requirements of the Contract Documents to the
satisfaction of the Owner’s Representative. System acceptance shall be contingent upon completion and
review of all corrected deficiencies. Any deficiencies noted during the testing must be corrected.
OPERATOR INSTRUCTION, TRAINING
The contractor shall provide 4-8 hours of instruction to the owner's designated personnel on the operation of
the camera system and describe its intended use with respect to the programmed functions specified.
Operator orientation of the camera system shall include, but not be limited to; the overall operation program,
and appropriate operator intervention required in responding to the System's operation.
The training shall be a one day session (or as specified) after system is started up and at least one week
before first acceptance test. Manual shall have been submitted at least two weeks prior to training so that the
owners' personnel can start to familiarize themselves with the system before classroom instruction begins.
END OF SECTION
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4
CONTRACT TERMS
4.1
Non-discrimination
To the extent permitted by State Law, the parties hereto for themselves, their agents, officials,
employees and servants agree not to discriminate in any manner on the basis of race, color, creed,
national origin, sex, age, handicap, or sexual orientation with reference to the subject matter of this
Contract, no matter how remote. The parties further agree in all respects to conform to the provisions
and intent of City of Raleigh Ordinance 1969-889, as amended. This provision is hereby incorporated
into this Contract for the benefit of the City of Raleigh and its residents, and may be enforced by
action for specific performance, injunctive relief, or other remedy as provided by law. This provision
shall be binding on the successors and assigns of the parties with reference to the subject matter of this
Contract.
4.2
Minority or Women Owned Businesses
Pursuant to General Statues of North Carolina Section 143-128 and 143-131 and to City
policy, the City of Raleigh encourages and provides equal opportunity for Certified Minority
and Woman-Owned Business Enterprise (MWBE) businesses to participate in all aspects of
the City's contracting and procurement programs to include - Professional Services; Goods
and Other Services; and Construction. The prime contractor will be required to identify
participation of MWBE businesses in their proposal, and how that participation will be
achieved.
Furthermore, the City’s goal is to contract or sub-contract fifteen percent (15%) of the
contract amount to Certified MWBEs on construction projects over $300,000, or with
contracts that include $100,000 or more in state funding. The goal breakdown is 8% for
minorities and 7% for non-minority females.
4.3
Assignment
This Contract may not be assigned without the express written consent of the City.
4.4
Applicable Law
All matters relating to this Contract shall be governed by the laws of the State of North Carolina,
without regard to its choice of law provisions, and venue for any action relating to this Contract shall
be Wake County Civil Superior Court or the United States District Court for the Eastern District of
North Carolina, Western Division.
4.5
Insurance
Contractor agrees to maintain, on a primary basis and at is sole expense, at all times during the life of
this Contract the following coverages and limits. The requirements contained herein, as well as City’s
review or acceptance of insurance maintained by Contractor is not intended to and shall not in any
manner limit or qualify the liabilities or obligations assumed by Contractor under this Contract.
Commercial General Liability – Combined single limit of no less than $1,000,000 each
occurrence and $2,000,000 aggregate. Coverage shall not contain any endorsement(s) excluding nor
limiting Product/Completed Operations, Contractual Liability or Cross Liability.
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Automobile Liability – Limits of no less than $1,000,000 Combined Single Limit. Coverage shall
include liability for Owned, Non-Owned and Hired automobiles. In the event Contractor does not own
automobiles, Contractor agrees to maintain coverage for Hired and Non-Owned Auto Liability, which
may be satisfied by way of endorsement to the Commercial General Liability policy or separate Auto
Liability policy. Automobile coverage is only necessary if vehicles are used in the provision of
services under this Contract and/or are brought on a COR site.
Worker’s Compensation & Employers Liability – Contractor agrees to maintain Worker’s
Compensation Insurance in accordance with North Carolina General Statute Chapter 97 with statutory
limits and employees liability of no less than $1,000,000 each accident.
Additional Insured – Contractor agrees to endorse the City as an Additional insured on the
Commercial General Liability, Auto Liability and Umbrella Liability if being used to meet the
standard of the General Liability and Automobile Liability. The Additional Insured shall read ‘City of
Raleigh is named additional insured as their interest may appear’.
Certificate of Insurance – Contractor agrees to provide COR a Certificate of Insurance evidencing
that all coverages, limits and endorsements required herein are maintained and in full force and effect,
and Certificates of Insurance shall provide a minimum thirty (30) day endeavor to notify, when
available, by Contractor’s insurer. If Contractor receives a non-renewal or cancellation notice from an
insurance carrier affording coverage required herein, or receives notice that coverage no longer
complies with the insurance requirements herein, Contractor agrees to notify the City within five (5)
business days with a copy of the non-renewal or cancellation notice, or written specifics as to which
coverage is no longer in compliance. The Certificate Holder address should read:
City of Raleigh
Post Office Box 590
Raleigh, NC 27602-0590
Umbrella or Excess Liability – Contractor may satisfy the minimum liability limits required above
under an Umbrella or Excess Liability policy. There is no minimum Per Occurrence limit of liability
under the Umbrella or Excess Liability, however, the Annual Aggregate limits shall not be less than
the highest ‘Each Occurrence’ limit for required policies. Contractor agrees to endorse City of Raleigh
as an ‘Additional Insured’ on the Umbrella or Excess Liability, unless the Certificate of Insurance
states the Umbrella or Excess Liability provides coverage on a ‘Follow-Form’ basis.
Professional Liability – Limits of no less than $1,000,000 each claim. This coverage is only
necessary for professional services such as engineering, architecture or when otherwise required by the
City.
All insurance companies must be authorized to do business in North Carolina and be acceptable to the
City of Raleigh’s Risk Manager.
4.6
Indemnity
Except to the extent caused by the sole negligence or willful misconduct of the City, the Contractor
shall indemnify and hold and save the City, its officers, agents and employees, harmless from liability
of any kind, including all claims, costs (including defense) and losses accruing or resulting to any
other person, firm, or corporation furnishing or supplying work, services, materials, or supplies in
connection with the performance of this Contract, and from any and all claims, costs (including
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defense) and losses accruing or resulting to any person, firm, or corporation that may be injured or
damaged by the Contractor in the performance of this Contract. This representation and warranty shall
survive the termination or expiration of this Contract.
The Contractor shall indemnify and hold and save the City, its officers, agents and employees,
harmless from liability of any kind, including claims, costs (including defense) and expenses, on
account of any copyrighted material, patented or unpatented invention, articles, device or appliance
manufactured or used in the performance of this Contract.
4.7
Intellectual Property
Any information, data, instruments, documents, studies, reports or deliverables given to, exposed to, or
prepared or assembled by the Contractor under this Contract shall be kept as confidential proprietary
information of the City and not divulged or made available to any individual or organization without
the prior written approval of the City. Such information, data, instruments, documents, studies, reports
or deliverables will be the sole property of the City and not the Contractor.
All intellectual property, including, but not limited to, patentable inventions, patentable plans,
copyrightable works, mask works, trademarks, service marks and trade secrets invented, developed,
created or discovered in performance of this Contract shall be the property of the City.
Copyright in and to any copyrightable work, including, but not limited to, copy, art, negatives,
photographs, designs, text, software, or documentation created as part of the Contractor’s performance
of this project shall vest in the City. Works of authorship and contributions to works of authorship
created by the Contractor’s performance of this project are hereby agreed to be ‘works made for hire’
within the meaning of 17 U.S.C. 201.
4.8
Force Majeure
Except as otherwise provided in any environmental laws, rules, regulations or ordinances applicable to
the parties and the services performed under this Contract, neither party shall be deemed to be in
default of its obligations hereunder if and so long as it is prevented from performing such obligations
by an act of war, hostile foreign actions, nuclear explosion, earthquake, hurricane, tornado, or other
catastrophic natural event or act of God. Either party to the Contract must take reasonable measures
and implement reasonable protections when a weather event otherwise defined as a force majeure
event is forecast to be eligible to be excused from the performance otherwise required under this
Contract by this provision.
4.9
Advertising
The Contractor shall not use the existence of this Contract, or the name of the City of Raleigh, as part
of any advertising without the prior written approval of the City.
4.10 Cancellation
The City may terminate this Contract at any time by providing thirty (30) days written notice to the
Contractor. In addition, if Contractor shall fail to fulfill in timely and proper manner the obligations
under this Contract for any reason, including the voluntary or involuntary declaration of bankruptcy,
the City shall have the right to terminate this Contract by giving written notice to the Contractor and
termination will be effective upon receipt. Contractor shall cease performance immediately upon
receipt of such notice.
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In the event of early termination, Contractor shall be entitled to receive just and equitable
compensation for costs incurred prior to receipt of notice of termination and for the satisfactory work
completed as of the date of termination and delivered to the City. Notwithstanding the foregoing, in no
event will the total amount due to Contractor under this section exceed the total amount due Contractor
under this Contract. The Contractor shall not be relieved of liability to the City for damages sustained
by the City by virtue of any breach of this Contract, and the City may withhold any payment due to the
Contractor for the purpose of setoff until such time as the City can determine the exact amount of
damages due the City because of the breach.
Payment of compensation specified in this Contract, its continuation or any renewal thereof, is
dependent upon and subject to the allocation or appropriation of funds to the City for the purpose set
forth in this Contract.
4.11 Laws/Safety Standards
The Contractor shall comply with all laws, ordinances, codes, rules, regulations, safety standards and
licensing requirements that are applicable to the conduct of its business, including those of Federal,
State, and local agencies having jurisdiction and/or authority.
All manufactured items and/or fabricated assemblies subject to operation under pressure, operation by
connection to an electric source, or operation involving a connection to a manufactured, natural, or LP
gas source shall be constructed and approved in a manner acceptable to the appropriate state inspector
which customarily requires the label or re-examination listing or identification marking of the
appropriate safety standard organization, such as the American Society of Mechanical Electrical
Engineers for pressure vessels; the Underwriters' Laboratories and/or National Electrical
Manufacturers' Association for electrically operated assemblies; or the American Gas Association for
gas operated assemblies, where such approvals of listings have been established for the type(s) of
devices offered and furnished. Further, all items furnished by the Contractor shall meet all
requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA), and state and federal requirements
relating to clean air and water pollution.
Contractor must comply with North Carolina Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General
Industry, 29CFR 1910. In addition, Contractor shall comply with all applicable occupational health
and safety and environmental rules and regulations.
Contractor shall effectively manage their safety and health responsibilities including:
A. Accident Prevention
Prevent injuries and illnesses to their employees and others on or near their job site. Contractor
managers and supervisors shall ensure personnel safety by strict adherence to established safety rules
and procedures.
B. Environmental Protection
Protect the environment on, near, and around their work site by compliance with all applicable
environmental regulations.
C. Employee Education and Training
Provide education and training to all contractors employees before they are exposed to potential
workplace or other hazards as required by specific OSHA Standards.
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4.12
Applicability of North Carolina Public Records Law
Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Contract, this Contract and all materials submitted to the
City by the Contractor are subject to the public records laws of the State of North Carolina and it is the
responsibility of the Contractor to properly designate materials that may be protected from disclosure
as trade secrets under North Carolina law as such and in the form required by law prior to the
submission of such materials to the City. Contractor understands and agrees that the City may take
any and all actions necessary to comply with federal, state, and local laws and/or judicial orders and
such actions will not constitute a breach of the terms of this Contract. To the extent that any other
provisions of this Contract conflict with this paragraph, the provisions of this section shall control.
4.13
CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION:
To the extent permitted by applicable statutes and rules, the State will maintain confidential trade
secrets that the Vendor does not wish disclosed. As a condition to confidential treatment, each page
containing trade secret information shall be identified in boldface at the top and bottom as
“CONFIDENTIAL” by the Vendor, with specific trade secret information enclosed in boxes or similar
indication. Cost information shall not be deemed confidential under any circumstances. Regardless of
what a Vendor may label as a trade secret, the determination whether it is or is not entitled to
protection will be determined in accordance with G.S. 132-1.2. Any material labeled as confidential
constitutes a representation by the Vendor that it has made a reasonable effort in good faith to
determine that such material is, in fact, a trade secret under G.S. 132-1.2. Vendors are urged and
cautioned to limit the marking of information as a trade secret or as confidential so far as is possible.
4.14
Miscellaneous
The Contractor shall be responsible for the proper custody and care of any property furnished or
purchased by the City for use in connection with the performance of this Contract, and will reimburse
the City for the replacement value of its loss or damage.
The Contractor shall be considered to be an Independent Contractor and as such shall be wholly
responsible for the work to be performed and for the supervision of its employees. Nothing herein is
intended or will be construed to establish any agency, partnership, or joint venture. Contractor
represents that it has, or will secure at its own expense, all personnel required in performing the
services under this Contract. Such employees shall not be employees of or have any individual
contractual relationship with the City.
This Contract may be amended only by written agreement of the parties executed by their authorized
representatives.
4.15 Audit
The City of Raleigh Internal Audit Office may conduct an audit of Contractor’s financial, performance
and compliance records maintained in connection with the operations and services performed under
this Contract. The City or its designee may conduct such audits or inspections throughout the term of
this Contract and for a period of three years after final payment or longer if required by law.
In the event of such an audit, Contractor agrees that the City, or its designated representative, shall
have the right to review and to copy any work, materials, payrolls, records, data, supporting
documentation, or any other sources of information and matters that may in City's judgment have any
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bearing on or pertain to any matters, rights, duties or obligations under or covered by any Contract
Document. The Contractor agrees that the City, or its designated representative, shall have access to
Contractor personnel pertaining to the performance of this contract, including but not limited to
financial, performance, operations and compliance records. Contractor agrees to maintain such records
for possible audit for a minimum of three years after final payment, unless a longer period of records
retention is stipulated. Contractor agrees to allow the City’s auditor(s) access to such records during
normal business hours and to allow interviews of any employees who might reasonably have
information related to such records. City's authorized representative or designee shall have reasonable
access to the Contractor's facilities, shall be allowed to interview all current or former employees to
discuss matters pertinent to the performance of this Contract and shall be provided adequate and
appropriate work space, in order to conduct audits in compliance with this article. Further, Contractor
agrees to include a similar right to the City to audit and interview staff in any subcontract related to
performance of this contract.
Contractor shall require all payees to comply with the provisions of this article by including the
requirements hereof in a written contract agreement between Contractor and payee. Contractor will
ensure that all payees have the same right to audit provisions contained in this Contract.
The City agrees to provide Contractor with an opportunity to discuss and respond to any findings
before a final audit report is issued.
City's rights under this provision shall survive the termination of this agreement. The City may
conduct an audit up to three years after this agreement terminates.
4.16 E - Verify
Contractor shall comply with E-Verify, the federal E-Verify program operated by the United States
Department of Homeland Security and other federal agencies, or any successor or equivalent program
used to verify the work authorization of newly hired employees pursuant to federal law and as in
accordance with N.C.G.S. §64-25 et seq. In addition, to the best of Contractor’s knowledge, any
subcontractor employed by Contractor as a part of this contract shall be in compliance with the
requirements of E-Verify and N.C.G.S. §64-25 et seq.
4.17 Iran Divestment Act Form
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RFP/RFQ Number (if applicable):
Name of Contracting Party or Bidder:
IRAN DIVESTMENT ACT CERTIFICATION
REQUIRED BY N.C.G.S. §147-55 et seq. *
Pursuant to N.C.G.S. §147-86.59, any person identified as engaging in investment activities in Iran,
determined by appearing on the Final Divestment List created by the State Treasurer pursuant to G.S. 14786.58, is ineligible to contract with the State of North Carolina or any political subdivision of the State.
As of the date listed below, the supplier or bidder listed above is not listed on the Final Divestment List created
by the State Treasurer pursuant to N.C.G.S. §147-86.58.
The undersigned hereby certifies that he or she is authorized by the contracting party or bidder listed above to
make the foregoing statement.
Signature
Date
Printed Name
Title
N.C.G.S. §147-86.59(a) requires this certification for bids or contracts with the State of North
Carolina, a North Carolina local government, or any other political subdivision of the State of
North Carolina. The certification is required at the following times:
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When a bid is submitted
When a contract is entered into (if the certification was not already made when the
vendor made its bid)
When a contract is renewed or assigned
N.C.G.S. § 147-86.59(b)requires that contractors with the State, a North Carolina local
government, or any other political subdivision of the State of North Carolina must not utilize
any subcontractor found on the State Treasurer’s Final Divestment List.
The State Treasurer’s Final Divestment List can be found on the State Treasurer’s website at
the address www.nctreasurer.com/Iran and will be updated every 180 days.
* Note: Enacted by Session Law 2015-118 as N.C.G.S. §143C-55 et seq., but has been
renumbered for codification at the direction of the Revisor of Statutes.
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