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The objective of the project is to accelerate the organisation's digital transformation by aligning the architecture with business goals and addressing challenges to enhance and optimise the production processes. This includes implementing technological solutions and effectively utilising company data. To achieve this, it's essential to define a new multicloud and multichannel technological architecture that focuses on applications and data exploitation, enabling informed decision-making throughout the organisation and fostering a data-driven culture.
Therefore, Renfe, a leader in the railway transportation market, aims to drive the company's digital transformation, with this project serving as a key lever to achieve that goal. The successful implementation of this architecture requires a cultural shift in the organisation's working model, involving both business and development teams that will utilise this platform.
As part of their proposal, tenderers must address the following aspects:
The Rushcliffe Borough Council aims to hire a qualified consultant to assess how much solar photovoltaic development the landscapes within the borough can support. This study will help review local plan policies, create supplementary planning documents, and provide guidance for planning applications across the area. The chosen consultant will collaborate with the Council and partners to gather detailed information about the capacity of specific landscape character areas to accommodate various sizes of ground-mounted solar photovoltaic projects and battery storage systems, including larger projects over 50MW
Klinikum St. Georg GmbH is aiming to modernise the parking technology for the locations Eutritzsch and Grünau. In addition, the operation and management of the parking areas and facilities will be outsourced to an external company. At the moment, parking is managed via barriers, tickets and automatic pay stations. In the future, barrier- and ticket-free entry and exit by means of number plate recognition is planned. A company is being sought that can provide the complete technology for the modernisation and then take over the operation and management of the parking areas and facilities. An information and parking guidance system (static or dynamic) is also to be implemented in the respective area.