, is the owner and president of Anthrotech. He has been in the field of applied anthropometry and human engineering for nearly three decades. He is a designated technical expert for international standards organizations [Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE) International, International Standards Organization (ISO) and Centre European Normalisation (CEN)] and is a frequent speaker at U.S. and international scientific conferences. His significant achievements at Anthrotech include: development of techniques for creating sewn glove patterns from anthropometric data; management of the ANSUR II survey (12,000 soldiers, 2000 Marines, 94 dimensions, 3D whole-body, head and foot scans); design and management of other large and small anthropometric surveys and fit-test studies for government and commercial clients; development of measurement standards and testing procedures to compare traditional anthropometric data with those obtained from 3-D scans and sizing for products ranging from chemical protective garments and respirators to fall harnesses, school bus cabs, truck interiors, baby diapers, car seats, sunglasses, jeans and shoes. Dr. Bradtmiller holds a Ph.D. and M.A. in Anthropology from Northwestern University, and a B.A. in Anthropology and French from Indiana University . Bloomington.
Anthrotech's Research and Support Staff
Anthrotech's permanent research and support staff is highly skilled in a variety of areas. They work with principal investigators to gather, edit, and apply anthropometric data. Specialized capabilities represented in the group include statistical analysis, scanner operation, computer literature searches, and report preparation, production, and marketing activities. Between them, the members of the Anthrotech team have over 85 years of experience in their fields of expertise. While additional staff is added as needed for specific projects, the core group works with management in seeing all projects through from preliminary planning to final reporting.