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Taking the long way to Asia

Taking the long way to Asia

Alexander Ridgeway - 7/30/2018

As a Systems Engineer in the Singapore office, I travel back and forth from the  United States to Singapore quite often. During trips, I am surprised by the number of times I receive this question, “Why are we flying upwards towards Alaska and Japan to get to Singapore?,” “Why aren’t we flying direct to Singapore?,” or a veiled uncertainty with the comment, “Let’s meet half-way to Asia in Hawaii!"

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Multi-domain GNSS Challenges

Multi-domain GNSS Challenges

Ted Driver - 6/14/2018

Various issues impact positioning accuracy of any global navigation satellite system, including signal availability, dilution of precision, and signal travel time. Understanding and mitigating these and other issues is important to the success of any mission.

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Air systems: rapid analysis with plug-in architecture

Air systems: rapid analysis with plug-in architecture

Tom Neely - 6/1/2018

Customers building advanced aircraft systems typically rely on a wide range of tools and simulations during concept definition and throughout the various stages of development, but these different modalities are often unconnected and isolated, resulting in longer cycle time and more downstream issues. Explore how plug-in architecture can help mitigate these challenges.

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That's the way, uh-huh uh-huh, I like it

That's the way, uh-huh uh-huh, I like it

Jens Ramrath - 4/13/2018

Paper or plastic? Chocolate or vanilla? Ketchup or mustard? Everyone likes things a little different.

STK gives you a n...

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When GPS jammers interfere with military operations

When GPS jammers interfere with military operations

Adam Gorski - 4/10/2018

As technologies advance, there are seemingly endless threats to thwart and the race is always against the clock. The development of unmanned aer...

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