Surveillance Tenders

There is no better time than now to work in this area of defence.

The surveillance tenders market for surveillance services, systems and solutions is expected to grow by billions of dollars over the next five years, according to industry experts Surveillance Market, making global public sector organisations lucrative sources of opportunities for suppliers.

With growth projected within this area of defence procurement, ensure that your business is using early engagement and business intelligence with DCI to secure your share of surveillance tenders.

Latest Surveillance Tenders

Truro Community Sports Hub Supply & Installation of CCTV, Security & Fire detection systems

£120000

Corserv Limited

Corserv Solutions Limited (CSL) are contracted to The Cornwall Council (CC) for Truro Community Sports Hub works, which have now gained full Planning Permission and have had a detailed design completed. Bidders are invited to tender for the subcontract (SC) works package, based on the enclosed Works Information for the...

United Kingdom-Maidstone: Isolation Accommodation for newly arrived Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children with Communicable Infectious Diseases (SC240023)

Kent County Council

Kent County Council has a statutory responsibility for Unaccompanied Asylum Seeking (UAS) Children under the Children Act 1989. In response to the High Court Ruling in July 2023, the Council is seeking a provider with immediate access to a registered Children’s Home to accommodate those children under 16 arriving in...

United Kingdom-Guildford: NRTS3 National Roadside Telecommunications Service

£650000000

National Highways

This opportunity relates to the provision, operation and maintenance of telecommunications services between the roadside and various central locations for National Highways , the body responsible for England's strategic road network. The National Roads Telecommunications Services (NRTS) project currently provides services to over 30,000 end devices on 3 500 +...

Limerick City and County Council - King's Island Flood Relief Scheme.

£32000000

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The King’s Island Flood Relief Scheme primarily consists of: • 2,200 metres of 2.5-metre-high earthen flood embankment involving importation of 97,300m3 of Class 2F core fill and 55,400m3 of Class 4 Landscape fill with 3-metre-wide footpath/cycleway and public lighting • Flood defence upgrades to existing quay walls involving: o Deconstruction...

United Kingdom-Salisbury: Provision of a Measured Term Minor Works and Minor Works with Design Framework

£9000000

Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust

The Authority is seeking to establish a multi-lot framework with the suitable skills and background to work on behalf of the Authority, RUHB NHSFT and the wider BSW ICS to deliver a range of minor works under the framework.

It is envisaged that this framework will have one (1) preferred contractor...

Surveillance Procurement

Almost every department within government agencies buys surveillance equipment. Surveillance technology varies and the defence sector procures everything from small GPS tracking devices and cameras to sophisticated systems that can be used on a nationwide scale.

Surveillance Tenders

Public sector organisations across the world are building relationships with suppliers with requirements for the supply, installation and maintenance of security systems and devices, as well as a range of miscellaneous surveillance services. Identifying defence tenders in this area and responding can become a strain on your organisation’s resources. Our defence contracts portal offers comprehensive cover of the surveillance sector, providing tender alerts and intelligence on the following areas:
  • Audio surveillance
  • Video surveillance
  • Phone monitoring
  • Location monitoring
  • Biometrics
  • Forensics
  • Equipment
  • Drone surveillance
  • Analysis
Never miss a single relevant tendering opportunity – find surveillance contracts with DCI.

MOD Surveillance Tenders

The UK Ministry of Defence works with domestic and international suppliers when procuring innovative technologies and remote surveillance devices.

The MOD’s Defence in Numbers report predicts that £5 billion will be spent on intelligence, surveillance, target acquisition and reconnaissance (ISTAR) over the period 2018 to 2028.

As part of this investment, the MOD will harness the expertise of businesses of all sizes. This will create opportunities for smaller suppliers to work with the MOD as the Department moves towards its target that 25% of all defence procurement spend should go to SMEs by 2022.

Find out more about the kind of tender opportunities the MOD releases regularly.

Surveillance Tenders In 2023

Innovation has boosted surveillance methods and technologies. Long gone are the days when CCTV was used as the primary method of surveillance; these days defence organisations use a wide range of surveillance equipment – everything from AI technology to drones.

AI Surveillance

AI surveillance technology is spreading at a faster rate to a wider range of countries than experts previously expected. At least 75 out of 176 countries globally are actively using AI technologies for surveillance purposes.

Defence Contracts International provides a package of tools for market assessment, pipeline insight and competitor analysis. Whether it be for start-ups with innovative AI concepts, or for any other manufacturers or service providers, we encourage adoption of these tools so that you can drive ahead of your defence tendering programmes and win more business.

Satellite Investment

The UK Government has released its plans to protect the nation using the best and most secure satellite technology.

The Ministry of Defence recently awarded a £70 million contract for the development of cutting-edge GPS receivers. Contracts like this are becoming more common, with countries across the world investing in this kind of technology.

This is just one example of the many satellite investments advertised via our portal. Find more opportunities like this by signing up for a free trial of our defence intelligence portal.

Security Tendering

In the coming years, spending on surveillance and other areas of security is predicted to grow significantly. Our portal showcases a variety of security contract opportunities:

  • Surveillance
  • Event security
  • Manned security
  • Security equipment

Within this area of defence procurement lies a considerable wealth of opportunities for security suppliers. It is, however, important for businesses to consider their next step carefully and allocate sufficient strategic resources to ongoing tendering efforts. The importance of concepts such as early engagement and first-mover advantage demands precision business intelligence.

For more information on security procurement, visit our Security Tenders page.

Security Tenders

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