Muntstroom PCP is the first European PCP on people flow analytics. The PCP is a first step of an innovation procurement programme to enhance the attractiveness of the Brussels Capital Region for pedestrians.
1.1. Objective of the project
The Muntstroom project is initiated by four public buyers: STIB-MIVB (lead), CIRB-CIBG, Brussels Mobility and Parking.Brussels. This Muntstroom PCP group would like to be the launching customer for an integrated end-to-end solution for the outdoor and indoor monitoring of people flow. However, research showed that the desired integrated solution, and specific elements thereof, do not yet exist. Hence, via the Muntstroom PCP, they would like to develop and test the monitoring system themselves. This together with the private sector and in collaboration with the end users.
After a successful completion of the Muntstroom PCP, the public buyers intend to initiate a follow-up PPI, based upon the lessons learned from the Muntstroom PCP.
The foreseen total maximum budget for co-financing the R&D is € 500.000. This budget does not include the public procurement of the to be developed solution (PPI), as a result of this PCP.
1.3. 2 market consultations
The Muntstroom PCP is currently in phase 0. See Figure 1. It started with an extensive preparation by the public buyers. Subsequently two market consultation have been prepared:
- an Open Market Consultation (OMC) to give technology suppliers the possibility to provide feedback
- an Open Client Dialogue (OCD) to give potential end-users of people flow data the possibility to provide feedback.
The report of the two market consultation can be downloaded here.
1.4. Support in outreach and matchmaking via private sector intermediates
For the outreach of the Muntstroom project, the public buyers work together with four intermediate organisations: EASME, Agoria, BECI and hub.brussels. These parties will help with reaching out to Brussel’s, Belgium’s and Europe’s most innovative companies. Additional they will help identifying the matchmaking needs and -if any- subsequently support matchmaking activities by reaching out to their respective networks.
1.5. More detailed information
More detailed information can be downloaded here.
Figure 1: the different phases of Innovation procurement
2. Downloads and video's
The market consultation report
The report of the market consultations can be downloaded here .
Market consultation document
The public buyers understand that the Muntstroom project is complex in many ways. The Market consultation document (click here) has therefore been divided into six parts that can be read separately.
Additional four annexes are available
Annex 1) Scope of the project (click here)
Annex 2) Use cases (click here)
Annex 3) EUSurvey questionnaire - Open Market Consultation (click here)
Annex 4) EUSurvey questionnaire - Open Client Dialogue (click here)
Final summary of Questions and Answers
The final Q&A summary addressing the questions received during the webinars and via email can be downloaded here.
Slides webinars of 19 November 2020
Video’s webinars of 19 November 2020
The OMC and OCD-webinars can be reviewed via these links:
OMC-video part 1: Introduction
OMC-video part 2: Challenges from desk research
OMC-video part 3: The PCP-approach
OMC-video part 4: The process of the Open Market Consultation
OCD-video part 1: Introduction
OCD-video part 2: Our questions to you
OCD-video part 3: The process of the Open Client Dialogue