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Airborne Gravity Services
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The Customer is seeking proposals from Suppliers of Airborne Gravity Services who can deliver airborne gravity data from 200 km to 5 km or shorter spatial wavelength resolution over the Greater Melbourne and Greater Adelaide regions (Figures 1A and 1B), 3 km or shorter spatial wavelength resolution over the eastern Victoria regions shown in Figure 1A (EV1/2) and airborne Magnetic data over the Greater Melbourne region (Appendix A – Attachment 6). The data is required to enhance the gravimetric quasigeoid model over the survey areas and will improve the model uncertainty from 5-6 cm (standard deviation, std) to 1-3 cm. The gravity data is also required for geoscience applications.
1. Respondents must have, or be eligible for, approval from CASA to operate low-level survey aircraft in Australia. The aircraft pilots nominated to fly the survey must have current and up-to-date pilot licences. The respondents are required to guarantee that aircraft maintenance will be undertaken by licenced aircraft maintenance engineers.
2. Respondents must provide a statement of tax record issued by the Australian Taxation Office following an application made in accordance with the process set out at https://www.ato.gov.au/Business/Bus/Statement-of-tax-record/?page=1#Requesting_an_STR.
3. The supplier is required at its cost to be a current financial member of the International Airborne Geophysics Safety Association (IAGSA). The Supplier must provide a certificate evidencing its IAGSA membership on the start date of the Contract.
October 2020 - June 2021