The BASE-V provides a mobile and integrated suite of technologies to identify a range of threats, to include explosives, chemical agents and other contraband materials. This project included technology scouting, system design and project integration for a foreign government client.
Identifying and prioritizing key technologies for integration in the BASE-V system required developing a detailed understanding of end user needs. We developed four key use cases that identify key user requirements and specific technologies required to address them
Excerpts from a recent Zylter project for Talespin, a leader in virtual and augmented reality content for training and other commercial uses. This project identified priority commercial markets for Talespin's strategic development based on the total addressable market, user needs and product requirements.
This project designed a common template to identify and prioritize user requirements for commercial drone use based phase of employment.
A Zylter project to design and build a data-driven assessment and ranking of over 100 different drone models based on 72 performance attributes and 26 user requirements for 10 industry-specific use cases.
A 2016 RAND project by Zylter co-founder Matt Boyer to identify key platform design and integration considerations for the U.S. Army's autonomous truck program.
2013 project to identify and define key user and design requirements for Army "ultralight" tactical vehicles. This project identified key use cases, user needs and design requirements.