Mikros announces $ 1.1 million Navy production order for ADEPT systems
Mikros Systems Corporation announced on February 14 that it has received the first delivery order under its recent multi-year $35M contract with the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Crane, IN.
The order covers eleven new production deliveries of Mikros’ Adaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Testset (ADEPT) and is valued at $1.1M. The ADEPT units will be produced at the Mikros Manufacturing and Depot Center in Largo, FL and be delivered to the Navy later this year.
“We are excited and ready to ramp up the ADEPT production line here in Largo,” said Mark Laureigh, Mikros director of operations. “Having served in the U.S. Navy maintaining and operating an AN/SPY-1 radar system, I know full well the current value and future potential ADEPT brings to our sailors. We are proud for each opportunity we have to serve the men and women of our armed forces.”
The Mikros Systems Manufacturing and Depot Center in Largo, Florida was established in 2009 to manufacture and provide sustainment and logistics support for the ADEPT system. The center has produced and delivered over 200 systems to the U.S. Navy and provides continuing life-cycle support for the systems including, calibration, repair, and training.
Source: Mikros Systems