Arlington, VA – August 2017 – Humanproof, a human factors and engineering firm based in Arlington, Va., has partnered with Springfield, Mo.-based TransLand, a recognized leader in safety in the U.S., on a pilot program to promote safety within the trucking industry.
Humanproof to Provide Human Systems Integration Support Services to the U.S. Coast Guard under a $9M
The US Coast Guard (USCG) awarded a $9-million Blanket Purchase Agreement (BPA) to ABSG Consulting, Inc., an ABS Group company (ABS Group). As a subcontractor on this agreement, Virginia-based Humanproof will support human performance analyses on the engineering, design, development, and testing of USCG ship, boat, aircraft and C4ISR acquisitions.
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