Navy receives modeling, simulation software

The software will aid in design and analysis of shipboard power systems

EDSA Micro Corp. will supply the Naval Warfare Surface Center with modeling and simulation software under a contract worth $21,000.

Under the agreement, the San Diego company will provide software for the design and analysis of shipboard power systems, the Navy announced May 28 through the FedBizOpps Web site.

The Navy awarded a sole-source contract to EDSA because it holds the proprietary data rights to the software, the announcement said.

The Panama City Division of the Naval Surface Warfare Center in Panama City, Fla., is the contracting activity.

EDSA is a provider of design, simulation and power analytics software to the commercial and government sectors.

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