Mikros Systems announces key executive hires, promotions

Mikros Systems Corporation of Princeton, NJ, announced on November 16 several changes and additions to its leadership team and product operations. As previously announced, Mark Malone has been named president of Mikros Systems, effective November 1, 2017. In addition, the following appointments have been made:

  • Peter Snyder, formerly Mikros director of systems engineering, has been promoted to vice president of engineering. In this role he will provide technical and managerial oversight of all engineering departments and product development activities. Snyder is a 15-year veteran of the aerospace and defense industry and has worked at Mikros since 2014.
  • Bix Goodwin, formerly Mikros director of business development, has been promoted to vice president of Navy programs. He is a 30-year veteran of the aerospace and defense industry and has worked at Mikros for six years.
  • Mark Laureigh has been named program manager for the Adaptive Diagnostic Electronic Portable Testset (ADEPT®) product line. He will also continue to serve as director of Operations for Mikros’ manufacturing facility in Largo, Florida.  Prior to joining Mikros in 2006, Laureigh served as Master at Arms MA1(SW) in the U.S. Navy.

Over the last 18 months, Mikros Systems has announced more than $80 million in Indefinite Delivery, Indefinite Quantity (IDIQ) contracts with the U.S. Navy. Additionally, in August, Mikros announced a Memorandum of Understanding with Elliott-Lewis Corporation to offer military-grade, cybersecure technology to enable remote monitoring and predictive maintenance for commercial building management. Currently, Mikros has two active pilot systems underway.

To accommodate this growth, Mikros has increased the size of its headquarters in Fort Washington, Pa. by over 70 percent.

“These strategic hires and organizational changes position Mikros to meet and exceed the needs of our valued customers and better align our talent and investment strategy,” said CEO Tom Meaney. “With more than $80 million in long-term U.S. government IDIQ contracts and opportunities to transition our military-grade technologies into commercial markets, these appointments put the right people in the right roles to drive continued business growth.”

Source: Mikros Systems