Call for Tender: $3 million Computer System

In Panama a tender is being launched for a computer system for road controls based on photo-fines at the main intersections in Panama City.

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

Panama Government Purchase 2017-1-03-0-08-LV-005326: 

"Implementation of electronic means to improve road safety, management and control of urban mobility at the main intersections in Panama City. 

The design, acquisition of the necessary hardware and software will be contracted, as well as the implementation, commissioning, accompaniment to the operation and maintenance of an electronic media system for the improvement of road safety, the management and control of urban mobility based on photo-fines at major intersections, and speed control radar systems located in the North and South Corridors of Panama City."

Reference value:  $2.995.000. 

The deadline for receipt of bids is 26 September 2017.

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