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Aerial Imagery

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Bid Information

Bid Alert No: 00000484634

Bid Title: Aerial Imagery

Agency Bid No. Title: W&M-1532-16

Received Date: 02/12/2016

Close Date: 02/25/2016

Purchase Type: May 1, 2016 THROUGH April 30, 2017

Delivery Point: College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virginia

Delivery Date: Not Stated


Specifications include, but are not limited to: The Contractor shall provide all labor, aircraft, equipment and materials necessary to performall services and deliver the products as specified below. The contract period should be from May 1, 2016through April 30, 2017 with 6 -one year renewal options. 1. Areas to be covered: Complete 4-band (RGB+NIR) digital imagery of the areas as shown on Fig. 1. inAttachment A and Section X, Pricing Schedule.2. Digital Aerial Camera: The imagery shall be collected utilizing a direct digital aerial mapping camerawithout the use of film. Specifications of all proposed digital aerial cameras must be submitted with theproposal. The digital aerial camera system must be equipped with GPS and inertial measurement unit(IMU) systems.3. Resolution of Imagery: The imagery shall be acquired at an altitude to achieve a ground sampledistance (GSD) of less than 50 cm.4. Camera Tilt: To minimize scale variations and distortions, camera tilt shall be maintained to within (2)degrees of the vertical reference.5. Overlap: Forward overlap shall be at least 60 percent and side overlap at least 20 percent. Anydeviations must be approved by College staff.

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Product Code: 92033

Agency Information

Issuing Agency: College of William and Mary

State: Virginia

Agency Type: State and Local

Contact: Marra Austin, Office of Procurement Facilities Management Building, 115 Grigsby Drive, Williamsburg, Virginia, 23185

Phone: 757-221-7636

Fax: 757-221-3959




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