Mikros Systems Corp. has earned a $200,000 contract for a Navy facility monitoring project, it announced Tuesday.
The Princeton-based electronic systems technology company said in a news release that it won the Small Business Innovation Research Phase I contract for Naval Depot Modernization and Sustainment, in the focus area of Facility Health Monitoring and Prioritization.
Under the contract, Mikros will develop a solution to collect data from building infrastructure systems such as HVAC and monitor data on energy usage and more. Under the Phase I objective, Mikros will develop a limited-scale system to illustrate the concept and demonstrate its feasibility.
“This new award complements the Mikros MindR system, which was developed for commercial building management applications,” Jeffry McClenton, lead engineer for the project, said in a prepared statement.
“This Phase I award is a great opportunity to blend Mikros’ commercial and Department of Defense business opportunities,” Lori Ogles, vice president of business development and programs, added in a statement.