We provided a Requirements Definition and Validation Service to the Home Office for replacement of a system that had become technically obsolete and more difficult and expensive to maintain.
Having recognised the need to replace the system, a set of 600 requirements for the replacement was drafted over the course of three years.
By the time potential suppliers were engaged, the requirements were no longer considered fit for purpose.
Subsequently, stakeholder communications broke down, and progress on the project stalled.
We were selected to provide a rationalised and improved solution.
The Home Office, Department for Transport (DfT) and Borders could not reliably assess the risk of insider threats posed by the volume of UK airside workers.
BMT supported COWI in the development and evaluation of a direct airport link at The Pearl, Qatar, utilising “Venetian style” fast launches.
The coastal zone of Byron Shire has a history of erosion and inundation related to ocean storm tides and wave attack.
A number of terminal feasibility studies were supported using the STATSCo in-house BMT REMBRANDT system, as well as incident reconstructions to provide rapid insight.