The contract covers the procurement of ADEPT systems and related engineering services required for system enhancements, logistics, and field support. Within the next 30 days, Mikros expects to receive the first delivery orders for ADEPT units and task orders for installation support services. Mikros anticipates additional deliveries and task orders in 2010 of between $2 and 3 million and believes that this contract could generate revenues of $4-5 million annually over the 5 year term of the contract.
ADEPT is a configurable, modular test set that automates and accelerates a range of preventive and corrective maintenance activities for radars and electronic systems used on Navy Ships. ADEPT is designed to improve mission readiness and performance of important shipboard electronic systems, including equipment associated with the Navy's Ballistic Missile Defense program. ADEPT also provides advanced capabilities in distance support, providing near real-time display of shipboard equipment performance parameters to subject matter experts ashore. Recent results from Navy fleet experiments and feedback from Navy personnel who have used the equipment has been very positive.
"We have been working very hard over the past several years to get ADEPT ready for full-scale delivery to the
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