ANSUR vs. ANSUR 2: What Was Different and What Was the Same

Dec 11th, 2017
Since being founded in 1950, we have completed numerous projects for the U.S. military and government branches. Today, we want to share details about two of the survey projects commissioned by the U.S Army. We completed the first – ANSUR (which is short for Anthropometric Survey) – in 1988. In the years since the original … more »

Success Story: ANSUR 2

Dec 4th, 2017
Ever since Anthrotech was founded in 1950, we have spent a great deal of time working with government agencies. In total, we’ve measured tens of thousands of military and government employees for different branches of the U.S. military or sectors of the U.S. government. Today, we want to share details about a comprehensive anthropometric survey … more »

Where Do We Get Our Data?

Nov 13th, 2017
More than a hundred thousand measurements have been taken. Tens of thousands of people have been measured. Hundreds of projects have been completed. We have collected a mountain of data! At Anthrotech, we are proud of our long history of success for clients in a variety of project types. Today, rather than digging into a … more »

Success Story: JSLIST Tariff Study

Oct 30th, 2017
No matter who we are working for, the team at Anthrotech is dedicated to doing an exemplary job. We find our work with any client to be extremely gratifying, and our work for the U.S. Marine Corps was particularly rewarding. This was a project commissioned by the Joint Program Management Office, where we worked to … more »

Debunking Myths about Male and Female Bodies

Oct 13th, 2017
Product designers are some of our most recurring customers. We have helped clients improve the design of their products ranging from wearable devices to slacks to body armor. There is no one size fits all solution for which body parts need to be measured and accounted for in product design, just as there is no … more »

How to Utilize Principal Components Analysis (PCA)

Oct 2nd, 2017
Today, we are going to talk about how Principal Components Analysis (PCA) can be used to solve complex problems related to accommodating multiple human dimensions at the same time. PCA is a computational technique that transforms a set of data into a set of new variables that are uncorrelated with each other. Sound complex? It … more »
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