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Navy seeks IT 'guard' for fire-monitoring panels

Navy seeks IT 'guard' for fire-monitoring panels

Suppliers are in the sights of the New Zealand Navy, as it seeks to improve its Devonport base fire alarm monitoring system.

According to registration of interest documents released this week, the Navy wants a computer monitoring solution. It will need to provide signalling from the five existing fire monitoring system panels to a display that will be located at the main entrance security gate.

Suppliers must include full details and specifications of the system being offered, together with warranty and guarantee details.

The deadline for replies is Friday, November 28. More details are available on the Government Electronic Tenders website under ICCNZ reference 23717.


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