• 2018

    Sonalysts Achieves CMMI Level 3

    WATERFORD, CT. -- Sonalysts, Inc., an employee-owned national defense contractor, announced that its Software and Courseware Development project teams have been appraised at Maturity Level 3 of the CMMI Institute’s Capability Maturity Model Integration.  The appraisal was performed by The Process Group.

    READ MORE
  • 2018

    Sonalysts Lab Taking Research on the Road

    Research from Sonalysts’ Human-Autonomy Interaction Laboratory (HAIL) has recently been accepted for presentation and publication at two major venues: The Department of Defense Human Factors Engineering Technical Advisory Group (DODHFETAG), and the 2018 Annual Meeting of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society (HFES). The featured research showcases a blend of the social and computational sciences and has applicability across a wide variety of military and civilian domains.

    READ MORE
  • 2018

    Big Year on the Horizon for Design Thinking

    Sonalysts is projected to have a record year of activity in its design thinking division, Ideation Development Events and Activities (IDEAS), led by Ms. LeeAnn Maryeski.  The IDEAS initiative fuses design thinking methods with rigorous analytics to create new tools and methods aimed at addressing complex problem areas.  One such method, Targeted Ideation Development Events (TIDEs), brings together a diverse group of stakeholders, developers, and designers to work through a tailored agenda of design thinking methods.  TIDEs use a scalable convergent/divergent framework to define problems, develop innovative concepts, and refine those concepts into implementable solutions.  In the upcoming year, Sonalysts has already scheduled six TIDEs for the Navy, the Air Force, and commercial small businesses with the potential to double that number by the end of the year. 

    READ MORE
  • 2017

    Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2017 Annual Meeting

    Waterford CT – Sonalysts recently presented research at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society 2017 Annual Meeting.  Mr. Steve Dorton presented a paper titled “Going digital: Consequences of increasing resolution of a wargaming tool for knowledge elicitation.” This research is an output of the Wargaming to Augment Knowledge Elicitation (WAKE) portfolio within Sonalysts’ Human-Autonomy Interaction laboratory (HAIL) and focused on evaluating the pros and cons of using a low- and medium-resolution tool to facilitate scenario-driven knowledge elicitation with a diverse group of domain experts.

    READ MORE
1 2 3 4