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AGI's 2nd International Users Conference: Ciao Roma!

By: Melissa Honaker
Join us at the International Users Conference, 16-18 November in Rome
We are gearing up for AGI’s second International Users Conference next week (see the full conference schedule)and we are excited to announce that we’ve secured 35 different speakers from all over the world representing cool use-cases of AGI technology! Our CEO, Paul Graziani, will start us off with a review of AGI’s 27 year history, and what our future holds. Other keynote presentations include:
  • The Italian Air Force Flight Test Center | Major General Fabio Molteni - Italian Air Force
  • ComSpOC: Importance of Realistic Inputs in Collision Probability Valuation, Visualization and Validity | Doug Cather – AGI
  • e.Deorbit ESA Study |  Ilya Tolchinsky - Phoenix Integration
  • Spacecraft Safety of Flight - Assessing Warning Rates and Collision Risk, and Why You Should Care | Daniel Oltrogge – AGI
  • STK for Space Mission Analysis and Design at DLR | Marcus Hallman - DLR Bremen
  • Testing RF Hardware with STK | Guido Baraglia – Kratos
  • What is Cesium & Where is it Headed? | Todd Smith – AGI
This is our second year using an event mobile app where attendees can create their conference schedule, connect with attendees, post to social media, download presentations, get important live updates, notifications and other event related information. Please download the app using the links below from your mobile device.
We are also offering 3 different Pre-IUC training classes leading up to the show on 15-16 November:
 
  • Ciao Roma!
  • Introduction to Using STK
  • Advanced STK Modules
  • Web Applications using STK Components and Cesium
There are still a few spaces available, so please register and let me know if you have any questions.
Please keep in touch! Update us along your journey to Rome using our event hashtag,#agiUC and we look forward to seeing you there!
Ciao!
  • Introduction to Using STK
  • Advanced STK Modules
  • Web Applications using STK Components and Cesium
There are still a few spaces available, so please register to attend and let me know if you have any questions (mhonaker@agi.com).
Update us along your journey to Rome using our event hashtag #agiUC
Posted: 11/9/2016 10:03:58 AM


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