Mikros Systems Corp. has won a follow-on delivery order worth up to $15 million from the U.S. Navy for advanced maintenance systems on Littoral Combat Ships, the Princeton-based company announced Wednesday.
The technology company, which specializes in electronic systems for advanced maintenance in the military, industrial and commercial sectors, has an ADEPT Distance Support Sensor Suite IDIQ — indefinite quantity, indefinite delivery — contract with the Navy.
The latest follow-on order under the contract has a $15 million ceiling and covers the installation of condition-based maintenance systems on the vessels, Mikros said in a news release.
“We are very pleased to report that we have received a follow-on delivery order as design agent for the Navy’s AN/SYM-3 system,” Lori Ogles, Mikros senior program manager, said in a prepared statement. “This new delivery order will ensure that we continue to serve our important Navy customer over the short term, continue to enhance the design and effectiveness of the system and prove its value to other Navy platforms.”