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Queensland seeks UK responses to Incident Management System RFI

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The Department of Transport and Main Roads in Queensland, Australia (TMR) says it is seeking responses from international vendors from the UK and Europe for a Transport Incident Management System to cover road, multi-modal and disaster response domains.

The department says it is trying to make sure international vendors are included in the response.

TMR is investigating the option of a One TMR Transport Incident Management System for the operations of the road and transport network.

• Road incident management (RIM)
• Busway incident management (BIM)
• Multi-modal transport incident management (MMIM)
• Disaster response management (DRM)

TMR invites submissions of information on available products and integrated suites, from organisations with commercial off-the-shelf solutions to manage incidents, and with the capability and experience to deliver into our environment and support the business.

Details can be found here.


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