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ANALYTICAL GRAPHICS, INC. - SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT
NOTICE TO USER: PLEASE READ THIS SOFTWARE LICENSE AGREEMENT ("AGREEMENT") CAREFULLY. THIS IS A LEGALLY BINDING AGREEMENT BETWEEN YOU AND ANALYTICAL GRAPHICS, INC. ("AGI”), A PENNSYLVANIA CORPORATION, LOCATED AT 220 VALLEY CREEK BOULEVARD, EXTON, PA 19341. BY USING ALL OR ANY PORTION OF THE SOFTWARE, YOU ACCEPT ALL THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT. FURTHERMORE, YOU AGREE THAT THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS SET FORTH HEREIN SHALL APPLY TO ALL SUBSEQUENT PURCHASE ORDERS OR CONTRACTS THAT YOU ENTER INTO WITH AGI. IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO ANY OF THESE TERMS, DO NOT USE THIS SOFTWARE. IF YOU ACQUIRED THE SOFTWARE WITHOUT AN OPPORTUNITY TO REVIEW THIS LICENSE AND YOU DO NOT ACCEPT THIS AGREEMENT, YOU MAY OBTAIN A REFUND OF THE AMOUNT YOU ORIGINALLY PAID FOR THE SOFTWARE PROVIDED YOU: (A) DO NOT USE THE SOFTWARE, (B) YOU DO NOT MAKE OR KEEP ANY COPIES OF THE SOFTWARE, AND (C) YOU RETURN IT WITHIN THIRTY (30) DAYS OF THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE DATE ALONG WITH EVIDENCE OF THE DATE OF PURCHASE AND ORIGINAL PURCHASE PRICE. AGI PROVIDES THE SOFTWARE AND DOCUMENTATION, AND LICENSES ITS USE TO YOU. YOU ACCEPT ALL RESPONSIBILITY AND LIABILITY RESULTING FROM THE SELECTION OF THE SOFTWARE TO ACHIEVE YOUR INTENDED RESULTS, AND FOR INSTALLATION, USE AND RESULTS OBTAINED FROM THE SOFTWARE, AND FOR RELIANCE ON THE RESULTS OBTAINED.

1. DEFINITIONS

"Documentation" means the licensed specifications, user manuals, installation instructions and other supporting materials, including additional, updated or revised materials, if any, that are provided by AGI in connection with the Software in any Product Configuration.

"Ordering Documents” means a sales quotation, purchase order or other contractual document that identifies the Software and Product Configuration ordered.

"Product Configuration” means the totality of the Software being licensed in the specific configuration desired.

"Software" means the AGI software, software modules, extensions for the software and all of the contents of the files, disks(s), CD-ROM(s) or other media with which this Agreement is provided, including but not limited to (i) AGI or third party computer information or software; and (ii) digital images, stock photographs, video, clip art, sound(s) or other work.

"Supplemental Terms” means additional terms and conditions applicable to the specific Software being licensed.

"Third Party Content" means software (whether embedded or not) and other materials owned and licensed by third parties that is supplied by AGI with the Software.

"Use or Using" means to access/open, install, download, copy, or otherwise benefit from the Software or the Documentation.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE

2.1 AGI grants to You a personal, non-exclusive, non-transferable license solely to use the Software as set forth in the applicable Ordering Documents, (i) for which the applicable license fees have been paid and, (ii) in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement and the Supplemental Terms assigned to the Product Configuration of the Software you have ordered or as authorized by AGI. Supplemental Terms applicable to specific Product Configurations are contained in the following Terms of Use Addendums, which may be viewed at www.agi.com/sla:

Addendum 1 – Desktop Software Products

  • Systems Tool Kit (STK)
  • STK Analysis Workbench
  • STK Pro
  • STK SatPro
  • STK Aircraft Mission Modeler
  • STK Analyzer
  • STK Astrogator
  • STK Conjunction Analysis Tool
  • STK Communications
  • STK Coverage
  • STK EOIR
  • STK Integration
  • STK Missile Modeling Tools
  • STK Radar
  • STK Scheduler
  • STK Space Environment & Effects Tool
  • STK SOLIS
  • STK Terrain, Imagery, & Maps
  • STK Parallel Computing Extension
  • Distributed Simulation Extension for STK
  • Radar Advanced Environment Extension for STK Radar
  • Real Time Tracking Technology Extension for STK
  • Optimizer Extension for STK Analyzer
  • TIREM Extension for STK Communications and STK Radar
  • Urban Propagation Extension for STK Communications
  • Navigation Tool Kit
  • Orbit Determination Tool Kit
  • QualNet Interface for STK Communications

Addendum 2 - Custom Applications Development Desktop Products in Addendum 1
STK Engine
STK Server

Addendum 3 - Server Products
STK Server
STK Data Federate
STK Parallel Computing Extension

Addendum 4 - Workgroup License Desktop Products in Addendum 1
STK Data Federate
STK SimMetrics

Addendum 5 - STK Viewer Desktop Products in Addendum 1
STK Viewer

Addendum 6 - SimMetrics STK SimMetrics

Addendum 7 - Virtual Machines Desktop Products in Addendum 1
STK Engine
STK Parallel Computing Extension

2.2 Permitted Uses
For each license purchased, you may:
a. Install and use the Software on computing device;
b. Make one (1) copy of the Software in any machine readable form for archival and backup purposes only;
c. Move the Software in the licensed Product Configuration to a replacement computer; or
d. Use the Software in conjunction with an internet enabled conferencing environment solely to show displays of products to support real time collaborative engineering activities with your customers, partners, or subcontractors.
2.3 Uses Not Permitted

You shall not:
a. Sell, rent, lease, sublicense, distribute, lend, assign or time-share the Software, or a component thereof, to a third party. You shall not act as a service bureau or commercial service provider that allows third party access to the Software;
b. Use the Software to transfer or exchange any material where such transfer or exchange is prohibited by intellectual property law or any other applicable law;
c. Remove, delete or obscure any AGI or its suppliers’ patent, copyright, trademark, confidentiality or other proprietary rights notices contained in or affixed to the Software;
d. Separate, unbundle or remove any component(s) of the Software for independent use; or.
e. Use, copy, modify or transfer the software or documentation or any copy, modification or merged portion thereof, in whole or in part, except as expressly provided in the Agreement. Furthermore, you may not reverse engineer, disassemble, decompile or otherwise attempt to reconstruct or discover any source code, data, digital certificates, passwords, underlying ideas, algorithms, file formats or programming interfaces of the software, or allow others to attempt any of the foregoing.
2.4 All rights not specifically granted under Section 2.2 hereof are strictly prohibited.
3. DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTY

THE SOFTWARE AND PRODUCT CONFIGURATION IS PROVIDED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. YOU ASSUME THE ENTIRE RISK AS TO THE QUALITY AND PERFORMANCE OF THE SOFTWARE. AGI DOES NOT WARRANT THAT THE FUNCTIONS CONTAINED IN THE SOFTWARE WILL BE UNINTERRUPTED OR ERROR FREE.

4. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

4.1 IN NO EVENT WILL AGI OR ITS SUPPLIERS, DISTRIBUTORS, OR DEALERS BE LIABLE TO YOU FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT OR OTHER DAMAGES, INCLUDING ANY LOST PROFITS, LOST SAVINGS OR OTHER INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF THE USE OR INABILITY TO USE THE SOFTWARE, OR A LOSS OF DATA OR PROFITS, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, NEGLIENCE OR OTHER TORTIOUS ACTION, EVEN IF AGI OR ANY AUTHORIZED AGI BUSINESS PARTNER HAD BEEN ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES, NOR SHALL AGI BE LIABLE FOR ANY SIMILAR CLAIM AGAINST YOU BY ANY OTHER PARTY.

4.2 AGI’S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS AGREEMENT, UNDER ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY OR CONTRIBUTION, SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THE APPLICABLE LICENSE FEE PAID BY YOU FOR THE SOFTWARE.

4.3 AGI IS NOT LIABLE FOR COSTS OF PROCUREMENT OF SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES.

5. INFRINGEMENT INDEMNIFICATION

5.1 AGI shall defend, indemnify, and hold You harmless from and against any loss, liability, cost or expense, including reasonable attorney’s fees, that You incur as a result of any claims, actions, or demands by a third party alleging that Your licensed use of the Software infringes on a U.S. patent, copyright, or trademark, provided that:

a. AGI is notified in writing within fifteen (15) business days of such claim;
b. You provide AGI with documents describing the allegations of infringement;
c. AGI has the sole control of defense of any action and negotiation related to the defense or settlement of any claim; and
d. You reasonably cooperate in the defense of the claim at AGI’s request and expense.

5.2 If the Software, or any part thereof, is found to infringe a U.S. patent, copyright, or trademark of another, AGI shall, at its sole option and at its own expense, either: (i) obtain for You the right to continue using such Software or part thereof, or (ii) modify the allegedly infringing elements of such Software while maintaining substantially similar functionality. If neither alternative is commercially reasonable, the license shall terminate, and You shall uninstall and return the infringing Software to AGI. AGI’s entire liability shall then be to indemnify You pursuant to Section 5.1 and refund to You the amounts actually paid by You to AGI for the affected Software less depreciation for beneficial use determined on a straight-line basis over a five year useful life.

5.3 AGI will have no obligation to defend You or to pay any resultant costs, damages, or attorneys’ fees for any claims or demands alleging direct or contributory infringement to the extent arising out of (i) the operation, combination or integration of the Software with other software, a product, hardware, system or process not supplied by AGI or specified by AGI in its documentation; (ii) alteration of the Software by someone other than AGI; or (iii) use of the Software after modifications have been provided by AGI for avoiding infringement; or use after a return is ordered by AGI under Section 5.2.

5.4 AGI'S OBLIGATIONS UNDER THIS SECTION 5 ARE SOLELY FOR INFRINGEMENT DAMAGES AND COSTS AWARDED AGAINST YOU. IN NO EVENT SHALL ANY OTHER LIABILITY OF AGI TO YOU EXCEED THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF THE APPLICABLE LICENSE FEE RECEIVED BY AGI FOR THE ALLEGEDLY INFRINGING SOFTWARE, OR ANY PART THEREOF. YOU AGREE THAT THE FOREGOING STATES YOUR EXCLUSIVE REMEDY WITH RESPECT TO ANY ALLEGED PATENT OR COPYRIGHT INFRINGEMENT OR TRADE SECRET MISAPPROPRIATION.

6. EXPORT CONTROL REGULATIONS

You hereby acknowledge and agree that the Software and Product Configuration(s) provided under this Agreement are subject to U.S. Export Control Regulations and Laws, including but not limited to the Export Administration Regulations (EAR) and as may be applicable, the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), and may be subject to the import or export regulations of other countries. You agree to strictly comply with all such laws and regulations and acknowledge your responsibility to obtain licenses for export, re-export or import of the Software, as may be required. You acknowledge and agree to comply with U.S. anti-boycott laws and regulations, including but not limited to those regarding foreign boycott of Israel, as administered by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the U.S. Department of Commerce, Office of Anti-boycott Compliance (OAC). In the event that transfer of bank funds to AGI results from this Agreement, all transactions shall be exclusively and directly between your bank and AGI’s bank, and shall not be used for transactions in violation of U.S. law, including but not limited to laws administered by the U.S. Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Asset Control (OFAC). This export control provision shall survive the expiration or termination of this Agreement.

7. TERMINATION

The license granted under this Agreement is effective until terminated. You may terminate this license at any time by destroying all copies of the Software in your possession, and providing written notice of such termination and destruction to AGI. The license granted under this Agreement will terminate if you violate any of the terms and conditions of this Agreement, including without limitation, to pay the license fees and any other sums due AGI pursuant to this Agreement. You agree, upon such termination, to promptly destroy all copies of the Software in your possession and to certify in writing to AGI that such action has been taken.

8. GOVERNING LAW

8.1 Customers in the United States and its Territories: This Agreement shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania without reference to conflict of laws principles, except that U.S. Federal law shall govern in matters of intellectual property.

8.2 All Other Customers: Any dispute arising out of or relating to this Agreement or the breach thereof that cannot be settled through negotiation shall be finally settled under the Rules of Arbitration of the International Chamber of Commerce by one (1) arbitrator appointed in accordance with said rules. The language of arbitration will be English. The place of the arbitration shall be at an agreed upon location. This Agreement shall not be governed by the United Nations Convention of Contracts for the International Sale of Goods, the application of which is expressly excluded. Either party shall, at the request of the other, make available documents or witnesses relevant to the major aspects of the dispute.

9. ASSIGNMENT

None of your rights, duties or obligations under this Agreement may be sold, sublicensed, assigned, rented, licensed, loaned or otherwise transferred without the prior written consent of AGI, and any attempt to so sell, sublicense, assign, rent, lease, loan or transfer without AGI’s prior written consent is void.

Notwithstanding the foregoing provision, AGI shall permit transfers of this Agreement from prime contractors to government end users, provided the original software purchase transaction was completed pursuant to a valid contract, and you have obtained AGI’s prior written consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld.

10. NOTICES

Any notices regarding this Agreement shall be sent to:

Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Attn: Contracts Department
220 Valley Creek Blvd.
Exton, PA 19341

11. INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY AND OWNERSHIP

11.1 AGI and its suppliers respectively retain ownership of all rights, title and interest in and to all intellectual property rights associated with the Software and Documentation. This Agreement shall not be construed in any manner as transferring any rights of ownership or license to the Software, and/or to the features or information therein except as may be explicitly stated in writing in this Agreement. All rights not expressly granted by AGI are reserved. The Software and Documentation are protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws and treaties.

11.2 You must reproduce and include the copyright and other proprietary notices of AGI on any copy of all or any portion of the Software and Documentation, and all such copies shall be subject to all the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

12. U.S. GOVERNMENT END USER RIGHTS

12.1 The Software, Product Configuration, and Documentation are "Commercial Items," as defined in FAR 2.101, consisting of Commercial Computer Software and Commercial Computer Software Documentation. Government software and technical data rights in the Software and its Documentation include only those rights customarily provided to the public as defined in this License.

12.2 The use, duplication of or disclosure of the Software, Product Configuration and its Documentation by the U.S. Government is subject to the restrictions set forth in FAR 12.211 (Technical Data) and FAR 12.212 (Computer Software) and, for Department of Defense purchases, DFARS 252.227-7015 (Technical Data – Commercial Items) and 227.7202-3 (Rights in Commercial Computer Software or Commercial Computer Software Documentation), as applicable. Accordingly, all U.S. Government End Users acquire the Software and its Documentation with only those rights set forth herein. The developer and manufacturer is Analytical Graphics, Inc., located at 220 Valley Creek Boulevard, Exton, PA 19341.

13. THIRD PARTY CONTENT

The Software utilizes Third Party Content which is subject to the terms and conditions of such respective third parties. Third party terms, conditions and copyright attributions are included with the Software in the "About” section under the Help Menu, and may also be viewed at www.agi.com/sla.

14. ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS

14.1 YOU HAVE READ THIS ENTIRE AGREEMENT AND AGREE TO BE BOUND BY ITS TERMS AND CONDITIONS.

14.2 THIS AGREEMENT IS THE COMPLETE AND EXCLUSIVE STATEMENT OF THE UNDERSTANDING AND CONTRACT BETWEEN US AND SUPERSEDES ANY AND ALL PRIOR ORAL OR WRITTEN COMMUNICATIONS RELATING TO THE SUBJECT MATTER HEREOF.

14.3 THIS AGREEMENT MAY NOT BE MODIFIED, AMENDED OR IN ANY WAY ALTERED EXCEPT BY A WRITTEN AGREEMENT SIGNED BY BOTH YOU AND AGI.

14.4 ANY PROVISION FOUND BY A COURT OF LAW TO BE ILLEGAL, INVALID, OR UNENFORCEABLE SHALL AUTOMATICALLY BE DEEMED CONFORMED TO THE MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF LAW AND IT, WITH ALL OTHER PROVISIONS, SHALL BE GIVEN FULL FORCE AND EFFECT. WAIVER OF A PROVISION IN ONE INSTANCE SHALL NOT PRECLUDE ITS ENFORCEMENT ON FUTURE OCCASIONS. SUCH FINDINGS OF ILLEGALITY, INVALIDITY, AND/OR UNENFORCEABILITY OF ONE OR MORE OF THE PROVISIONS HEREIN SHALL NOT AFFECT THE REMAINING PROVISIONS.

14.5 YOU HEREBY AGREE THAT AGI WOULD BE IRREPARABLY DAMAGED IF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THIS AGREEMENT WERE NOT SPECIFICALLY ENFORCED, AND THEREFORE YOU AGREE THAT AGI SHALL BE ENTITLED TO APPROPRIATE EQUITABLE REMEDIES WITH RESPECT TO BREACHES OF THIS AGREEMENT, IN ADDITION TO SUCH OTHER REMEDIES AS AGI MAY OTHERWISE HAVE AVAILABLE TO IT UNDER APPLICABLE LAWS.

14.6 IN THE EVENT THAT EITHER PARTY IS REQUIRED TO BRING AN ACTION, SUIT, OR OTHER PROCEEDING FOR THE ENFORCEMENT OF ANY PROVISION OF OR UNDER THIS AGREEMENT, EACH PARTY WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR THEIR OWN COSTS AND EXPENSES, INCLUDING ATTORNEY AND PROFESSIONAL OR EXPERT FEES.

Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Addendum 1 - Desktop Software Products

This Desktop Software Products Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of Desktop Software Products, and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to Desktop Software Products.

1. DEFINITIONS
In addition to the definitions provided in the Software License Agreement, the following definitions apply to this Addendum: "Designated Computer" means one central processing unit and associated displays and peripheral equipment, all at one location, which accepts information in digital or similar form and manipulates it for a specific result based on a sequence of instructions.

"Host Identification” or "Host ID” means the unique, physical address for the computer hardware.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE
The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement:

2.1 You may or you agree to:

a. For each single license purchased, use this Software only on a Designated Computer at any one time;
b. Make one (1) copy of the Software in any machine readable form for backup purposes only in support of your own use of the Software on a single computer; and.
c. Except as provided below, as a condition to the installation and use of the Software, to provide AGI the Host ID of the Designated Computer, the Host ID of a computer used for serving software license keys, or the Host ID of the hardware dongle providing licenses. You further acknowledge and agree that in order to operate the Software on a different, newly Designated Computer, you will promptly obtain AGI’s written consent to do so, and uninstall the Software from the then current Designated Computer. You will also provide AGI with the Host ID of the newly Designated Computer.
2.2 You shall not:
a. build an external interface for the purpose of serving the functionality or output of a component of the Software to third parties; or
b. use the Software on a server or computer that is accessible to third parties over a network for the purpose of remotely providing the functionality or output of a component of the Software to a third party for any purpose.

2.3 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Addendum 2 - Custom Applications Development

This Custom Applications Development Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of Development Products should you intend to develop and distribute Custom Applications built using those Development Products, and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms of this Addendum and/ or the Software License Agreement from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to Your use of Development Products for the purpose of developing and distributing Custom Applications.

1. DEFINITIONS

"Custom Application” means an application created by You that incorporates any functionality derived from Development Products.

"Development Products” means any part or portion of the Software, including but not limited to Desktop Products, STK Engine or STK Server, or any functionality derived therefrom, that is used to design, create, or is incorporated into a Custom Application.

"Runtime License” means a license purchased from AGI that is required for authorized access to a Custom Application.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE

As a supplement to Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement, and subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Addendum, AGI hereby grants to You a non transferable, non exclusive license to use Development Products that you have licensed to develop Custom Applications and to reproduce, distribute and sublicense them to End-Users (without the right to further sublicense) in the form of Custom Applications throughout the world (subject to Your obligations under Section 6, Export Control Regulations, in the Software License Agreement) subject to the following:
2.1 You shall make payments of all fees required under this Addendum in accordance with the terms of the invoice provided by AGI, and You have purchased the appropriate Runtime License for each of copy of the Custom Application that You deploy or sell to a third party.
2.2 You must give proper acknowledgement of the copyright(s) of AGI.
2.3 You shall not use Development Products to create Custom Applications that directly compete with the Software. Your license under this Addendum is solely for the creation of Custom Applications for third parties, and not for the creation of products to be sold on the market in competition with AGI’s suite of products. If you deploy Custom Applications to customize, automate, or embed Software for the purpose of selling the Custom Applications on the market, then the associated Runtime License must be purchased for each copy sold or offered for sale on the market.
2.4 Unless otherwise agreed to by the parties in writing, You shall permit the use of Custom Applications by End-Users subject to a written sublicense that, at a minimum:
i. Prohibits the End-User from reverse engineering, reverse assembling, reverse compiling or translating the Software or any component thereof;
ii. Prohibits the End-User from copying the Software or any component thereof, except as necessary to use the licensed copy of a the Custom Application, provided that an End-User may make a copy for back-up purposes so long as the copy is not distributed to a third party;
iii.Prohibits the End-User from distributing, transferring, leasing or renting the Software or any component thereof to a third party except as a component of a Custom Application;
iv. Limits the use of the Custom Application according to the associated Runtime License that has been purchased, and which Addendum identifies the identity of the sublicensee;
v. Requires a Runtime License from AGI for the Custom Application;
vi. Includes the statement that the End-User accepts all risks and liability arising from the installation, use and results obtained from use of the Software or any component thereof; for any purpose and for reliance on the results obtained from the use of the Software or any component thereof for any purpose;
vii.Includes a disclaimer of warranty that by its terms is applicable to AGI and its suppliers and that is at least as limiting as Section 3, Disclaimer of Warranty, of the Software License Agreement; and
viii.Includes a disclaimer of liability that by its terms is applicable to AGI and its suppliers and that is at least as limiting as Section 4, Limitation of Liability, of the AGI Software License Agreement.
2.5 The limitations of Section 2.3 of the Software License Agreement with respect to distribution and transfer of the Software shall not apply to the extent Software is transferred and/or distributed as a component of a Custom Application.
2.6 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

3. PROTECTION AND USE
3.1 You shall use commercially reasonable efforts to protect the proprietary rights of AGI with respect to third parties, reporting promptly any infringements of which You become aware and cooperating with AGI in its efforts to protect its proprietary rights. Except as expressly provided in this Addendum, the Software License Agreement or a separate agreement, AGI does not grant You or your End-Users any rights or licenses under AGI’s patents, copyrights, trademarks or other intellectual property rights.
3.2 You shall not remove any copyright notice of AGI or its suppliers, disclaimers, or other forms of attribution contained in the Development Products.

4. PRODUCTS DEVELOPED BY AGI Nothing contained in this Addendum shall be construed to limit AGI’s right to modify its Software or to develop other products which are similar to or offer the same or similar functionality and/or improvements as any Custom Application developed by You.

5. INDEMNIFICATION
You agree to indemnify, defend and hold harmless, AGI, its suppliers, officers, directors, employees, consultants and agents from any and all claims, liability, damage and/or costs (including, but not limited to reasonable attorney’s fees) arising out of the operation of the Software with other software and/or technology developed or selected by You, the copying, licensing and distribution of a Custom Application, the use of a Custom Application by any person, and the infringement of any intellectual property or other right of any entity or person by a Custom Application. This obligation shall survive the termination of this Addendum and/or the Software License Agreement.

6. RELATIONSHIP OF THE PARTIES
This Addendum does not create a partnership, joint venture or any relationship between AGI and You. You do not have any right, power or authority to act as a legal representative of AGI.

Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Addendum 3 – Server Products

This Server Products Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of Server Products and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to Your use of Server Products.

1. DEFINITIONS
In addition to the definitions provided in the AGI Software License Agreement, the following definitions apply to this Addendum:

"Designated Server” means a single logical network entity that provides access to multiple clients to provide remote processing capability.

"Client” means an application or system that accesses a service made available by a server.

"Cluster” means a group of physical or virtual terminals or workstations attached to a common control unit.

"Licensed Number of Processing Cores” means the number of processing cores that STK Server will utilize per license. If not otherwise specified in the Ordering Documents, the Licensed Number of Processing Cores for this Addendum is four (4).

"Server Cluster” means a group of linked servers, working together closely and deployed to improve performance and/or availability over that provided by a single server.

"Server Products” means STK Server and STK Data Federate.

"STK Data Federate” means the STK software product which provides a data management system that manages, stores and shares STK data across teams and organizations over a network.

"STK Server” means the STK server application software, including the application programming interfaces (APIs) that can be hosted on a designated server, cluster or server cluster and can serve functionality remotely executed over a network.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE
The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement:

2.1 You may or you agree to:

a. For each single license purchased, use Server Products only on a Designated Server at any one time;

b. Make one (1) copy of Server Products in any machine readable form for backup purposes only in support of your own use of Server Products on a single server;

c. Except as provided below, as a condition to the installation and use of Server Products, provide AGI the Host ID of the Designated Server. You further acknowledge and agree that in order to operate Server Products on a different, newly Designated Server, you will obtain AGI’s written consent to do so, and uninstall the Server Products from the then current Designated Server. You will also provide AGI with the Host ID of the newly Designated Server;

d. Use Server Products in a cluster or server cluster environment;

e. Use Server Products such that they are accessible to Clients over a network for the purpose of remotely providing STK capability; and

f. Use Server Products utilizing up to the Licensed Number of Processing Cores on a Designated Server with unknown Clients.

2.2 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Addendum 4 – Workgroup License

This Workgroup License Addendum sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of the Software under a Workgroup License Product Configuration, and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade.. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to the Workgroup License Product Configuration.

1. DEFINITIONS
In addition to the definitions provided in the Software License Agreement, the following definitions apply to this Addendum:

"End Users” means employees within the same licensed Use Area.

"Local Area Network (LAN)” means any combination of two or more computers that are connected to each other and capable of sharing files, applications or information and that can be accessed from a single office location.

"Use Area” means a single, physical, licensed office location designated by You. If not otherwise specified in the Ordering Documents, the licensed office location is the physical office location receiving the Software. "Wide Area Network (WAN)” means any combination of two or more computers that are connected to each other and capable of sharing files, applications or information and that can be accessed from more than one office location. A terminal server is a WAN if the computers capable of accessing applications and information on such server are located within more than one office location.

"Workgroup License Key Server” means the computer hardware located within the licensed User Area to house the Software keys assigned to the End Users.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the Software License Agreement:

2.1 For each Workgroup License purchased:

a. You may use this Product Configuration on multiple Designated Computers provided that such computers are located within the same licensed Use Area. The Product Configuration may be used by End Users only when they are in the designated Use Area and may not be accessed from any Branch Offices without obtaining additional workgroup licenses. Any End User whose primary work location is in the designated Use Area, and whose primary residence is outside of the designated Use Area, may access the Software from his primary residence through a secure network that requires a secure ID card or other more protective security safeguards;

b. You acknowledge that in order to operate the Workgroup License Key Server outside of the designated Use Area, You will promptly obtain AGI’s written consent to do so. If a Workgroup License Key Server becomes inoperative due to malfunction, repair, or maintenance, You may request AGI’s permission to set up and temporarily use a single back-up Workgroup License Key Server on another computer in the same Use Area until the original Workgroup License Key Server returns to service; and

c. You shall not allow use of the Workgroup Licenses over multiple subnets, multiple local area networks (LANs), the internet or other wide area networks (WANs).

2.2 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

Analytical Graphics, Inc.

Addendum 5 – STK Viewer

This STK Viewer Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of STK Viewer and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to STK Viewer.

1. DEFINITIONS

"STK Authoring Application” means a software product developed by or for AGI and released by AGI comprising file generation tools for saving source documents created using an AGI simulation product.

"STK Viewer" means the software and associated modules, all of the contents of the files, disks(s), CD-ROM(s) or other media with which this Agreement is provided.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE

The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement:

2.1 As long as you comply with the terms and conditions of this Agreement and subject to the conditions of use set forth below, AGI grants to you a non-exclusive, non-transferable license to use the STK Viewer solely for the purpose of viewing files created using an STK Authoring Application. You accept all responsibility and liability resulting from the selection of the STK Viewer to achieve your intended results, and for installation, use and results obtained from the STK Viewer, and for reliance on the results obtained.

2.2 You may make and distribute unlimited copies of the STK Viewer to third parties, provided all such copies include this Agreement and that use of the STK Viewer is conditioned on the assent of the recipient to the terms hereof. You must reproduce and include the copyright and other proprietary notices of AGI on all copies of all or any portion of the STK Viewer and the Documentation made by you.

2.3 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.
Analytical Graphics, Inc.
Addendum 6 - SimMetrics

This SimMetrics Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of SimMetrics and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to SimMetrics.

1. DEFINITIONS

"Client Application” means a software application that is installed and runs on a Designated Computer.

"Designated Computer" means one central processing unit and associated displays and peripheral equipment, all at one location, which accepts information in digital or similar form and manipulates it for a specific result based on a sequence of instructions.

"Host Identification or Host ID” means the unique, physical address for the computer hardware.

"Server Application” means a software application that is installed and runs on a Designated Computer and makes resulting data available to an unknown number of workstations on a network.

"SimMetrics” or "Software” means all or any portion of the software technology, computer software code, code libraries, underlying organization, object model, and programs delivered on any media with which this Addendum is provided, including but not limited to (i) AGI or third party computer information or software; and (ii) digital images, stock photographs, video, clip art, sound(s) or other work.

"SimMetrics Bundle” means a set of license keys purchased from AGI and required for authorized access to the environment in which SimMetrics will be run, and includes the following:

(a) Visualization Client Run-Time License, which authorizes deployment of SimMetrics as a Client Application on a Designated Computer.

(b) Analysis Server Run-Time License, which authorizes deployment of SimMetrics as a Server Application on a Designated Computer.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE

The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement:

2.1 You may or you agree to:

a. For each SimMetrics Bundle purchased, use this Software only on a Designated Computer at any one time;

b. Make one (1) copy of the Software in any machine readable form for backup purposes only in support of your own use of the Software on a Designated Computer;

c. Except as provided below, as a condition to installation and use of the Software, provide AGI the location and Host ID of the Designated Computer, the location and Host ID of a computer used for serving software license keys, or the Host ID of the hardware dongle providing license keys. You further acknowledge and agree that in order to operate the Software on a different, newly Designated Computer, you will promptly obtain AGI’s written consent to do so, and uninstall the Software from the then current Designated Computer. You will also provide AGI with the location and Host ID of the newly Designated Computer;

d. For each Visualization Client Run-Time License purchased, deploy SimMetrics as a Client Application on a Designated Computer; and

e. For each Analysis Server Run-Time License purchased, deploy SimMetrics as a Server Application on a Designated Computer that is networked to Client Applications.

2.2 You shall not:

a. Circumvent the operation of any Run-Time License by any means.

2.3 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

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Addendum 7 – Virtual Machines

This Virtual Machines Addendum ("Addendum”) sets forth the Supplemental Terms that apply to Your use of the Software on Virtual Machines, and includes the AGI Software License Agreement, which is incorporated herein by reference in its entirety. This Addendum will take precedence over any conflicting terms of the Software License Agreement, and AGI reserves the right to update the terms from time to time, such changes taking effect upon delivery and/or use of any subsequent version upgrade. This Addendum contains those definitions and additional provisions that apply to the use of Virtual Machines.

1. DEFINITIONS
In addition to the definitions provided in the Software License Agreement, the following definitions apply to this Addendum: "Virtual Machine” (VM) is a software implementation of a machine (i.e. a computer) that executes programs like a physical machine.

2. GRANT OF LICENSE The following supplements Section 2, Grant of License, of the AGI Software License Agreement. In so much as you may intend to deploy the Software in a virtual environment for the express purposes of maximizing hardware utilization, minimizing maintenance, or providing for disaster recovery:

2.1 You agree to the following:

a. The use of the Software on a VM is only permitted when used in conjunction with a purchased set of networked licenses served from a remote server;
b. Each instance of a VM in which the Software is executed will consume a single and unique set of purchased licenses; and
c. The number of licenses in operation will never exceed the actual number of purchased licenses unless otherwise specifically permitted by written agreement with AGI. AGI may, from time to time, request a certification of the foregoing.
2.2 You shall not:
a. Utilize a virtual environment in order to serve the Software out to multiple clients in excess of the number of purchased licenses.
2.3 All rights not specifically granted herein or not specifically granted in the AGI Software License Agreement are prohibited.

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March 2014 - Applied Defense Solutions
NAVSOC needed better orbit determination for collision avoidance (COLA) assessments, as well as enhancements to legacy flight dynamics software, in anticipation of the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS). Improved orbit determination with quicker recovery post-maneuver; automated processes; GUI for standard workflows; and an option for manual operation. Applied Defense Solutions (ADS) incorporated NAVSOC mission workflows into an operational system that automates STK and ODTK to provide decision making tools for maneuver planning, OD, product generation, and COLA.
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September 2013 - Agilent
Live flight testing of radar systems with real aircraft is extremely expensive and, due to changes in speed, attitude, pilot awareness, Sun angle, etc. the results are not repeatable. The STK-SystemVue co-simulation allows evaluation of radar acquisition, avoidance, interference and jamming in dynamic, “real-world” scenarios. This brings more confidence when putting expensive hardware in the field, and reduces the amount of flight tests.
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September 2013 - NASA Ames Research Center
Space Exploration Engineering (SEE) and Applied Defense Solutions (ADS) built a flight dynamics system for NASA’s LADEE mission based on AGI’s STK, STK Astrogator and Orbit Determination Tool Kit software that supports trajectory design, maneuver planning, orbit determination and acquisition data and product generation. Reusing AGI software that has already been proven on various operational NASA, commercial and military deep space missions saved the team development time and risk, while improving collaboration.
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July 2013 - Rincon Research
Rincon Research wanted to improve SSA for its customers by making use of new and non-traditional tracking data sources to accurately detect and model satellite maneuvers. They used Orbit Determination Tool Kit's built-in ability to process 70+ satellite tracking data types and its COM interface to develop robust "wrapper" algorithms to detect and model maneuvers.
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March 2013 - Suritec
Suritec needed a multi-INT fusion framework and Human Machine Interface (HMI) to support intelligence and operational theatre analysts in Activity Based Intelligence (ABI) and patterns-of-life analysis. Integrated STK Engine to create an intuitive HMI which displays multi-sensor data and analyzes stored sensor data. Delivered a flexible, multi-INT solution that enables nodal and geospatial pattern analysis of vehicular and personnel entities of interest. Suritec saved approximately $700k in resources and months of development time by using STK Engine.
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January 2013 - Riverside Research
Riverside Research was trying to develop a web-based community feasibility environment that performs hyper-realistic satellite/sensor modeling, target modeling and collection visualization for complex satellites and constellations based on user-defined collection requirements. They used AGI’s STK Components software in the Enterprise Collection Research Tool (eCRT) to model and display sensors, analyze terrain impact and field of view, perform intervisibility calculations, determine vehicle position and compute acquisition times. eCRT uses STK Components to create accurate textual and 4D immersive collection feasibility reports for space-based remote sensing systems. The extensive application programming interface gives users full access to the computational, analytical, and visualization capabilities of STK.
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January 2013 - U.S. Marine Corps
The U.S. Marine Corps (USMC) is currently developing, purchasing and fielding new radio devices capable of forming mobile ad-hoc networks (MANETs) to connect widely dispersed nodes with data communications capabilities. They needed to study tactical considerations of MANET vs. traditional architectures, along with their most effective employment. AGI’s STK software provided quantitative analysis describing MANET value and how best to employ them in the USMC infantry battalion. STK helped analysts discover important aspects of MANET in support of Marine Corps operations that will potentially inform future acquisition decisions and changes in Marine Corps tactics, techniques and procedures.
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November 2012 - ManTech
ManTech used STK to verify the ability to accurately quantify cyber effects within an operational scenario.
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October 2012 - Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR)
The Dutch National Aerospace Laboratory (NLR) needs 3D visualizations within an in-house real-time attitude control simulator architecture. For ESA’s PromISSe mission onboard the International Space Station (ISS), NLR also needed visibility coverage analysis to perform daily ground observations. STK is used inside EuroSim for attitude-control hardware in-the-loop testing activities and with the NightPod system aboard the ISS to perform daily ground observations. Within the EuroSim environment, STK visualizes a 3D model orbiting the Earth in real-time, and on the ISS, astronauts took night time photographs of cities on Earth.
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September 2012 - Phoenix Integration
As a proof of concept, PHX ModelCenter was used to integrate STK modeling software from Analytical Graphics, Inc. with TruePlanning cost estimating software from Price Systems for an Unmanned Aerial Vehicle (UAV) mission.This solution proved that Pareto charts can be quickly created within ModelCenter to understand the tradeoffs between costs and various performance metrics at any point in the acquisition process. Decision makers can use such an analysis to know how much performance to purchase within budgetary constraints or, how to minimize costs to achieve a required performance objective.
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June 2012 - Marzen
Märzen needed a real-time 3D visualization and enhanced geospatial analysis capability for its Tactical Data Analysis and Connectivity System (TDACS), a routing engine that supports connectivity, interoperability and real-time analysis of the tactical data networks used by many U.S. government and NATO agencies. Used AGI’s development libraries, STK Components, to embed 3D situational awareness capability. Components were selected because it is easy to use, based on the .NET framework and brings object mobility handling, associated object analysis and airspace volume depiction to TDACS. A low-cost, fast time-to-market enhancement to TDACS that includes theatre-wide, real-time 3D depiction and analysis of tactical data feeds.
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June 2012 - ESA
The operational planning of the Payload In-Orbit Test (IOT) Timeline for the first two satellites in the Galileo system was a highly complex task that needed to take into account numerous constraints. STK helped refine the daily high-level planning of the navigation measurements and C-Band measurements during the IOT campaign. STK brought improved accuracy and reliability to the system and allowed for greater collaboration among the teams involved in the preparation of the high-level plan. It also saved time to execute the needed measurements.
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June 2012 - NASA Glenn
To evolve NASA’s SCaN (Space Communications and Navigation) Communication architecture to its notional integrated communication architecture by 2025, NASA Glenn Research Center turned to a suite of COTS tools, including AGI software, to perform cost-efficient analysis of how proposed changes would impact the current architecture. STK’s extensibility enabled the integration of various COTS tools to address large and complex system and network architecture questions. As a COTS tool, STK is being leveraged across NASA projects and centers.
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May 2012 - University of Leicester
The University of Leicester, UK, is developing the Mercury Imaging X-ray Spectometer for ESA’s BepiColombo mission. The team wanted to analyze MESSENGER data to identify astrophysical X-ray sources in the signal. The team was able to visualize the spacecraft and its instrument fields of view in 3D, generating a detailed recreation of the environment and identifying consistent patterns that indicated astrophysical origins for some of the signals. STK enabled the team to produce research output, and to plan for the observations its own instrument will make when it reaches Mercury.
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May 2012 - Space Data Association
Growing congestion in space poses risks of radio frequency interference (RFI) and on-orbit collisions for communications satellite operators worldwide. The Space Data Center (SDC) is an automated system that uses high-quality, operator-supplied ephemerides and RF data to support quick and efficient geolocation of RFI ground interferers and provide automated collision avoidance monitoring for member organizations. The SDC was built and is operated by AGI using its commercial software. An SDC study shows that using SDA operator data can reduce RFI geolocation uncertainty by up to two orders of magnitude compared to using publicly available data from non-cooperative tracking (NCT) sensor systems such as radar and optical sites. In the case of the Galaxy 15 anomaly, an SDC study found that 15% of the publicly available NCT-derived ephemeris data was corrupted by these errors.
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May 2012 - Serco
Until recently, the benefits derived from Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) and 3D visualization were “stovepiped.” Through a joint venture, AGI and Serco have developed a unique capability which integrates these two disciplines without compromising their individual capabilities. The MBSE Animator combines operational man-in-the-loop decision processes from existing or future CONOPS with STK’s detailed system performance characteristics. Using STK reduced development and improved 3D models.
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March 2012 - U.S. Marine Corps
The U.S. Marine Corps Target Acquisition Platoon (TAP) needed to upgrade its Firefinder radar systems with a system possessing improved probability of detection and range. AGI’s STK software modeled radar coverage to determine how many of the proposed new radar systems could accomplish the mission of a Marine Expeditionary Force conducting combat operations. Initial capabilities documents had proposed that 10 replacement systems per TAP would be required. Study results revealed that six systems would be adequate, with eight systems preferred—reducing the overall system acquisition costs by nearly $300M.
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January 2012 - Esri
Esri wanted to integrate STK into its new imagery data management (IDM) solution to rapidly deploy COTS ArcGIS imagery capabilities. Implemented AGI’s STK Server software. AGI products extend Esri IDM capabilities to support mission and acquisition planning, enhanced imagery discovery and collection tasking.
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December 2011 - NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
NASA JPL needed geometric analysis and visualization of Jupiter magnetic field models for the Europa Jupiter System Mission. Their custom user interface plugin to STK – the Jupiter Environment Tool (JET) – allows users to visualize the different magnetic field models of Jupiter through various rendering methods, which are fully integrated within STK’s 3D Window. The plugin serves as a proof-of-concept for further environment model integration.
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December 2011 - Wyle
Wyle performs test and evaluation of new airborne networks and ground systems for USAF ESC/XR and the DoD. STK is used during the planning phase of nearly every test event to predict link margin and antennae gain, optimize performance and enhance technical decision-making. STK’s modeling and simulation helped reduce the test cycle, saving Wyle and its customers’ time, money and effort.
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September 2011 - Defense Contractor
A CMMI-certified defense contractor needed to determine whether to build or buy software to serve as the foundation for a complex space surveillance system for a government customer. Through a formal engineering review process, AGI received a positive decision to be integrated into a solution vs. developing similar capabilities from scratch.
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September 2011 - Computer Sciences Raytheon
Computer Sciences Raytheon, the technical services contractor for the Eastern Range, needed to implement new technology to reduce the time required to generate instrumentation coverage plans and to eliminate dependency on outdated legacy software and hardware. They used STK Engine to create a cohesive and flexible PC-based application that used the animation and analytical capabilities of STK to generate coverage plans. “AutoSTK” takes less than two hours to create instrumentation coverage plans that formerly took the legacy processing application 40+ hours.
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August 2011 - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
ARTEMIS flight dynamics engineers needed to design orbits never before attempted on spacecraft near the end of their design lifetime on a tight budget. Flight dynamics engineers used STK Astrogator to navigate around Earth-Moon libration points. STK Astrogator transitioned from three-body to four-body orbital dynamics and the two THEMIS spacecraft achieved Lissajous orbits around the Earth-Moon L1 and L2 libration points.
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July 2011 - Department of National Defence
Commercial satellite imagery can image Canadian Forces on the ground, alerting unfriendly parties to deployed troops and facility locations. The Department of National Defense wanted to quickly develop a satellite overflight vulnerability assessment tool detailing satellite coverage periods so that decision-makers can act accordingly. They used STK Components to build a user-friendly interface that allows staff not familiar with space systems or AGI software to obtain reports in near real-time over a secure network.
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June 2011 - GeoEye
GeoEye needed to replace its 15-year-old legacy IKONOS software system. STK provided GeoEye with a flexible software system that allows for efficiency, growth, adaptability and maximum reuse among satellite fleet. STK saves time, enabling analysts to focus on higher-value tasks.
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November 2010 - ProLogic/USSTRATCOM
ProLogic built a system (Global Awareness Presentation Services – GAPS) using AGI software that allows users to create, visualize, augment, tailor and share a User-Defined Operational Picture (UDOP) capable of organizing disparate data sources in a distributed net-centric environment. GAPS is operational and available globally. It supports a variety of C2 and ISR activities and allows end users at USSTRATCOM, Nevada, and its Air Operations Center at Barksdale AFB, California, to evaluate mission planning options or assess mission effectiveness for “Force Status Events.”
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November 2010 - Riverside Research
Riverside Research applied AGI software capabilities to model and display sensors; analyze terrain impact and field of view; perform intervisibility calculations; determine vehicle position; and compute acquisition times with the Automated Collection Planning Tool (ACPT) using STK Engine software. ACPT builds dynamic collection planning schedules in 15 minutes or less. It is currently used in TACSAT-3 and Multispectral Thermal Imager operations. See the ACPT Introductory Video.
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September 2010 - Accenture
Accenture has created a client that maintains a synchronized common operating picture for STK users across different networks and security levels.
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June 2010 - Ball Aerospace
The NASA Kepler mission flight segment design and fabrication team at Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp. needed to ensure that during long-term return, the ejected photometer dust cover (DC) doesn’t strike the flight segment (FS) and cause severe damage. STK provided key risk reduction for the dust cover ejection problem through its ability to help fine-tune DC trajectory estimates validated against customer solutions, fast and inexpensive optimization and Monte Carlo analysis and simple verification of results via 3D visualization.
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April 2010 - 2D3
interface to create geo-queries, view geospatial imagery and platform sensor metadata and view other map products. After looking at other commercially available 3D globes, 2d3 selected AGI’s Insight3D Visualization Library component for its accuracy, ease-of-integration, documentation quality, company support and graphical capability. Insight3D gives TacitView users a rich, interactive 3D globe for easily navigating through geospatial data. Using AGI’s off-the-shelf components saved the company time, money and risk.
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April 2010 - ESA
When NASA Johnson Space Center anticipated service outages due to an impending hurricane in the region, Artemis, ESA’s data relay satellite, was tapped to provide support to Jules Verne, Europe’s first Automated Transfer Vehicle (ATV). ESA also needed to utilize Artemis to perform a Debris Avoidance Maneuver for Jules Verne. With the help of AGI software, the mission control team and ground segment support team at the ATV Control Centre at Toulouse and the Artemis Control Centre in Redu successfully provided support to the ATV with just a few hours to prepare. The easy to use software made their reaction time faster, enabled them to automate tasks and mitigated risk.
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March 2010 - Northrop Grumman TASC
TASC needed to create an adaptable daily operations and mission planning tool for AFSPC that can be easily trained on and accessed by sites with differing priorities/databases. They developed a custom STK Engine application to combine STK’s user-defined workflows and automation functionality “wrapped” with TASC’s custom-designed user interface. The application reduced the time from requirements to delivery; increased operator efficiency; reduced error rate; provided repeatable, reliable and accurate solutions for new sites; reduced daily planning execution time from seven hours to approximately 45 minutes at one site.
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March 2010 - Harris Corporation
Harris’ ArrayLab, a Simulation to Prototype Suite, is integrated with STK, simulating widely spaced large reflector uplink arraying with atmospheric compensation. Harris won a multi-million dollar NASA study which culminated in a successful real-time prototype demonstration of this unique new technology.
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March 2010 - CAST Navigation
CAST Navigation won a contract to test new avionics system for a sophisticated military aircraft, but its legacy software needed to be modernized to meet customer requirements. CAST added STK’s 2D and 3D controls to their software’s GUI using STK Engine in less than three months with lower development and testing costs.
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February 2010 - General Dynamics/Defence R&D Canada
Due to contract delays, Defence R&D Canada (DRDC) lost six months of a 10-month schedule to develop a Mission Planning Tool (MPT) for Canadian Forces Operations. With no relief in the delivery deadline, the project team had only four months to do the job. Developers from General Dynamics Canada and DRDC used AGI’s STK Engine and technical support to develop the MPT capability on time and under budget, with far more capability than originally envisioned. The success led to expanding the scope of MPT and funding a next phase of MPT development with STK as the enabling software.
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January 2010 - U.S. Marine Corps
The U.S. Marine Corps Combat Development Command (MCCDC) had an urgent need for a pre-mission planning tool to optimize expensive combat assets (UAVs, planes) and protect warfighters in Afghanistan’s physically challenging terrain. AGI desktop software was installed on ruggedized computers and used in the field by staff-level Marines with reach-back support to analysts in the U.S. The tool, built and fielded in six weeks, supports commander’s decision-making through data visualization, ISR effectiveness, risk mitigation and communication effectiveness.
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January 2010 - Agilex Technologies
Agilex was tasked to research and assess space situational awareness, focusing on TLE accuracy and satellite maneuver prediction, and to produce results in a six-month timeframe. They created a two-way communications pathway between STK and MATLAB via STK Integration’s Object Model interface to propagate forward satellite TLE data for analysis. Produced accurate results to the customer within one month, six times faster than anticipated, allowing analysts to expand the research project and exceed expectations.
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September 2009 - Defence R&D Canada
The Defence Research and Development Canada (DRDC)-Ottawa delivered a modeling and simulation capability based on AGI software for the Maritime Air Littoral Operations (MALO) Technology Demonstration Program. Developing the capabilities themselves would have taken more than a year.
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September 2009 - Applied Defense Solutions
Applied Defense Solutions (ADS), along with Space Exploration Engineering, was responsible for flight dynamics for NASA’s Interstellar Boundary Explorer (IBEX) satellite. The team worked with Southwest Research Institute (SWRI) to design and model the sometimes “chaotic” trajectory associated with this critical mission. STK Astrogator served as the sole mission-planning tool and Orbit Determination Tool Kit was used for operational orbit determination. These tools allowed operators to completely re-plan the mission several times after launch in order to accommodate additional requirements from the science team.
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August 2009 - Northrop Grumman
The CJMTK Geospatial Appliance (CGA) offers the AGI user community a turnkey solution to the NGA geospatial data needs.
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August 2009 - L-3 Integrated Systems
The Modeling Simulation and Operations Analysis (MSOA) group at L-3 provides products to support analysis and presentation of operational activities, system integrations and design concepts of ISR programs. STK assists with MSOA objectives including operational analysis, concept exploration, 3D dynamic visualization and a simulation framework.
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August 2009 - U.S. Air Force
STK was used to help address the complexities of modeling ISR for HQ USAF A9. Pentagon senior leadership needed to ascertain how ISR reduces risk in the integrated air and missile defense mission. Headquarters USAF A9 integrated STK with MATLAB, Ruby and Google Picasa to illuminate the risk inherent in various future ISR acquisition programs. The flexibility, support and visual feedback available in STK enabled a year-long study to be completed in a month—in time to influence the acquisition of a major ISR program.
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August 2009 - SAIC
The System Test & Evaluation Performance Analysis Lab (STEPAL) relies upon STK and other AGI products to examine threat capability, the system's operational characteristics, range safety compliance and engagement parameters to assess how flight tests fit into the operational space. The work was used for Presidential briefings and keeps STEPAL prepared to serve its missile defense customers.
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August 2009 - Gnostech
The Joint Mission Planning System (JMPS) needed an easier and faster way to share critical mission planning information and data between users, as well as a chat capability for collaboration and briefing and an ability to preview the mission flight in 3D or 4D. Gnostech’s Collaborative Advanced Planning Environment (CAPE) includes tools such as secure chat and video; file sharing and transfer mechanisms; route visualization; and deconfliction tools. Further, Gnostech integrated STK into JMPS via CAPE, providing a 4D capability to step through the timing of the route and note areas of conflict for enhanced decision-making.
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August 2009 - U.S. Marine Corps
The U.S. Marine Corps Combat Development Command was tasked with finding the most cost-effective mix of unmanned aircraft system (UAS) capabilities to meet operational Marine Air-Ground Task Force requirements. As MCCDC’s primary qualitative tool, AGI products assessed UAS and candidate sensors and their ability to communicate with ground control stations and ground-based assets in realistic terrain; performed detailed comparative analyses on EO/IR sensors; and tested operational effectiveness of ISR UASs. AGI products are serving as the primary software used to develop and analyze this new UAS concept. Further, the AGI-based ISR mission analysis tool was used to support combat operations in Afghanistan.
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May 2009 - Signature Analytics
Signature Analytics uses AGI software to accelerate development of feasibility study for MDA. The defense contractor wrote custom code to integrate STK, STK Analyzer, STK Scheduler and STK Missile Modeling Tools into a weapon allocation solution. By leveraging AGI’s broad analysis software base, Signature Analytics quickly demonstrated the value of the approach and was selected for a follow-on contract award.
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March 2009 - RT Logic
High-fidelity test and evaluation of communications systems can be dangerous, expensive or require assets not yet deployed. Further, analysis of worst-case scenarios with hypothetical conditions aren’t easily replicated, and users may not have the appropriate scientific knowledge or algorithms to model and simulate high-fidelity results. Using STK Engine with its Telemetrix product line, RT Logic advanced the time to market of Telemetrix, eliminated the requirements for user expertise and successfully deployed a complete communications system verification product that generates RF/IF signals indistinguishable from an actual mission.
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February 2009 - Wallops Research Range
NASA’s Wallops Research Range performs traditional launches and serves as a test bed where scientists try out new flight vehicles, ground support systems, and scientific instruments. To win business, the range needed a tool that assessed the variables of each launch so that Wallops personnel could advise customers and assure range safety. A mission planning lab built on AGI’s commercial off-the-shelf software simulates each mission and assesses feasibility and costs quickly and accurately. Customers can make fast decisions that allow the range to capture business quickly. At least one multimillion-dollar contract was awarded on the spot.
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January 2009 - Johns Hopkins University/Applied Physics Laboratory
The NASA MESSENGER spacecraft’s scientific observation sequences left no time to transmit Mercury images to Earth until many hours after the flyby. The team leveraged AGI software to build a Web-based tool providing imagery from MESSENGER’s perspective during close approaches prior to, during, and after the flybys. AGI products quickly enabled accurate imagery to be sent in minutes, not days. STK’s user-friendly GUI allowed a summer intern to easily understand the software. The innovative tool has garnered two technical awards.
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November 2008 - Telespazio
As part of its MindSh@re Initiative, Italy’s Finmeccanica industrial group needed its subsidiaries, including Telespazio, to create Simulation Lab products for organization-wide DIS & HLA integration. Telespazio used STK Pro with STK Integration to pull together space, ground, and airborne segments in an intuitive 3D graphical user interface (GUI). Telespazio shared STK’s integration capabilities with DIS & HLA at the 2008 MindSh@re event in Rome, where they were able to show all Finmeccanica assets in all segments working together at a glance.
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October 2008 - Appistry
AGI and Appistry have partnered to allow custom and COTS applications based on AGI’s Dynamic Geometry Library to be easily scaled to meet the real-time needs of advanced navigation and space superiority applications.
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October 2008 - Canadian Space Agency
The Canadian Space Agency needed to perform a feasibility study for the JC2SAT mission, a joint project of JAXA and CSA. Using STK’s High-Precision Orbit Propagator and STK Astrogator, they conducted mission planning activities including inter-satellite separation analysis and solar panel power analysis.
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October 2008 - Goodrich ISR Systems
The Reconnaissance Mission Planning System (RMPS) is a PC-based software application that supports planning of DB-110 (Dual-Band Recce System for Tactical Aircraft) imaging tasks, and creates plans for the airborne and ground segments. At the core of RMPS is AGI’s STK Engine, which enables the application to perform coverage assessments, line-of-site calculations for the real-time DataLink system, and terrain and body masking based upon the deployed aircraft.
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October 2008 - DARPA
The APPeAR toolset, the Advanced Propagation and Perception Analysis Routines, has been closely coordinated with STK to enable thorough acoustic footprint assessment of an aircraft operating in complex terrain.
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October 2008 - ITT
ITT was tasked to deliver two initial capability systems within 90 days of contract award for the Airborne MASINT Mission Planner (AMMP) that would decrease the workload while increasing performance. Through STK Engine technology and user-oriented interfaces, AMMP enables precise control of optimization variables and output of ready-to-use operational products and decreases mission planning times from days to minutes.
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October 2008 - SAIC
Advanced planning data packages on GPS constellation availability, positional accuracy, and projected IIP errors are developed using a custom application and process developed using the new STK Components.
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October 2008 - Dynetics
In support of the Ballistic Missile Defense System (BMDS), Lockheed Martin Space Systems utilizes STK, in conjunction with two government-provided packages and Python scripting language, to calculate, propagate and visualize the impact of debris clouds and their resulting footprint. The solution provides improved mission manager situational awareness, increased responsiveness of analysis, the ability to anticipate customer needs and better internal capability of trajectory assessment.
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October 2008 - Booz Allen Hamilton
HOPE leverages map, terrain, atmospheric and building data embedded into STK to calculate link budgets.
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June 2008 - Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA)
JAXA needed to confirm Collision Analysis (COLA) results generated by its newly developed SELENE Flight Dynamics System. Using AGI software, JAXA compared the graphical and analytical output of both software systems. AGI products saved a significant amount of time deciding which cases to analyze for COLA.
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June 2008 - Star One
Star One wanted to ensure its Brasilsat B1 satellite could share 75 W longitude with NOAA’s GOES 12 satellite without radio frequency interference or spacecraft collision. Star One and NOAA engineers employed AGI software to standardize orbit data and gravity models. AGI products provided appropriate translations between the organizations’ orbital software and -D visualizations for easy explanation to management.
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February 2008 - Northrop Grumman
AGI's Real-Time Tracking Technology (RT3) used for object track querying with real-time situational awareness.
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February 2008 - NORAD
Addressing an ever-increasing need for homeland security surveillance options and strategies, the United States and Canada’s North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) and US Northern Command analysis division (J84) integrated AGI’s STK Engine software with an in-house tool to create the Advanced Visualization Tool (AVT). AVT provides 3D analytical and graphical visualization of families of sensor systems and assesses how each handles multiple NORAD mission requirements against a wide range of air threats. Using the software, analysts advocate the best systems to meet the various requirements and strategically plan the role that sensor architecture will play in the future. This information supports leaders as they advance NORAD’s objectives of detecting, validating and warning against aircraft, missile or space vehicle attacks on North America.
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January 2008 - French Air Force
AGI software supports space C2 exercise.
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January 2008 - U.S. Air Force
U.S Air Force uses STK Engine technology for Unified Engagement wargaming.
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August 2007 - Northrop Grumman
Northrop Grumman employs AGI’s STK software suite, along with its Orbit Determination Tool Kit, for orbit-related calculations, station-keeping planning, orbit determination, orbit-related product generation and database storage for an Automated Orbit Analysis (AOA) software system for the Mobile User Objective System (MUOS).
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August 2007 - BAE Systems
STK examines communications and detection through access reports and sensor visualization, sensor coverage for collateral damage assessments (pre-mission) and battle damage assessments (post-mission), multi-int sensors and cross-cueing.
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August 2007 - Modern Technology Solutions
STK is used for a key element of unmanned aircraft, the Detect, Sense, and Avoid (DSA) system development.
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August 2007 - Agenium/Ergospace
EnviNav uses the Ray Tracing method to deterministically simulate propagation of electromagnetic signals in constrained environments such as urban canyons, indoors, woods and at sea.
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July 2007 - Naval Postgraduate School
Every three months, the Naval Postgraduate School holds the Tactical Network Topology (TNT) trials, which draw together military graduate-student research, new commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) technologies and experienced operators. They test the systems in a remote, austere southern California environment that mimics battlefield conditions. STK is used in TNT’s UAV test and evaluation exercises; small tactical UAV operations; and post-mission analysis.
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July 2007 - CSSI
Experts from the Center for Space Standards & Innovation discuss the impacts of the January 2007 missile test against China's FENGYUN 1C satellite.
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October 2006 - RABA Technologies
RABA Technologies used STK Engine with its AVALON application to streamline the business processes of a variety of military users performing collision avoidance, communications, weather and sensor modeling.
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October 2006 - Emergent Space Technologies
Emergent used STK to send maneuver commands from its algorithms implemented in MATLAB to STK/Astrogator, and then visualized the results using STK's dynamic 3-D environment.
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October 2006 - Riverside Research
Riverside Research engineers and analysts applied STK to visualize and assess three components of platform/sensor collection management: collection platform dynamics; sensor capability and operations; and target attribute/requirements.
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October 2006 - Lockheed Martin
Interceptor Flight Tool in STK/Missile Modeling Tools along with STK Deck Access in a Launch Area Denied versus Defended Area Footprint (LAD/DAF) study analyzes the effectiveness of detecting threats from infrared satellite sensors.
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October 2006 - ARES Corporation
STK is used to support the conduct of Ground-based Midcourse Defense (GMD) Flight Tests (IFT) for the GMD Joint Program Office of the Missile Defense Agency.
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October 2006 - SAIC
SAIC has developed software that extends STK's built in sensor pointing methods by implementing mechanical rasters, electronically-steered rasters and sector scans.
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October 2006 - Raytheon
Raytheon developed a satellite search planning tool for radar calibration and mission preparation using Perl and AGI's STK/Integration interface.
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October 2006 - MAXIM Systems
MAXIM Systems provided an STK model to SPAWAR to provide further analysis and visualization support to previous program HERO studies.
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October 2006 - Defence R&D Canada
Live trials are the most effective means of evaluating military tactics, yet they tend to be costly and labor intensive. Instead, many organizations have turned to modeling and simulation (M&S) to evaluate battle strategies and their potential outcomes cheaply and efficiently. The Future Forces Synthetic environment (FFSe) section at the Defence
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October 2006 - Lockheed Martin
AGI software forms part of Lockheed Martin's new UK SWIFT Lab ISR system, for simulating UAV mission planning and real-time operations.
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October 2006 - National Security Technologies
The Nevada Test Site (NTS) command centers require a common operating environment that allows personnel to make faster, better-informed decisions and maintain real-time control of NTS activities, including monitoring air and ground space; unifying multiple data feeds and geospatial information into one real-time COP to track and analyze vehicles, personnel, aircraft and facilities that support daily operations and contingencies at the site; and disseminate real-time air and ground track information across a network of users through a server/client software system. National Security Technologies (NSTec) developed software dubbed C4VAS using AGI’s STK Engine that integrates multiple data feeds, displays geo-spatial information and operates in an Intranet environment. C4VAS tracks multiple lines of sometimes disparate data onto an easily accessible platform.
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October 2006 - RAF Fylingdales
RAF Fylingdales needed to cost-effectively upgrade its 30-year-old satellite-position system to speed data retrieval, analysis and dissemination with little transition and training time. Operators and engineers used AGI’s commercial off-the-shelf software STK Engine to integrate AGI’s physics-based geometry engine with the RAF’s legacy hardware system to mitigate cost and increase productivity. Operators now produce and disseminate results in two hours rather than two days—a 95% time reduction; training took 30 minutes on average; and the center became operational in six months at 90% less cost than previously attempted solutions.
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September 2006 - Honeywell
The Air Force Satellite Control Network’s (AFSCN) worldwide assets support a variety of users. Honeywell, prime contractor for the AFSCN Satellite Control Network Contract (SCNC), needed to update the Orbital Analysis Subsystem to minimize the manual nature of user tasking, accept a variety of ephemeris sources and be flexible enough for on-demand orbital analysis. Built a custom application with an HTML-based GUI based on AGI software called Collision/Interference Control and Reporting (CICR). AGI met rapidly changing requirements to deliver customized, commercial software into an integrated solution.
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April 2006 - Taiwan National Space Organization
Taiwan's National Space Organization leveraged AGI products to assist the FORMOSAT-1 Earth-observation satellite.
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April 2006 - Orbit Logic
STK/Scheduler software, created by AGI and Orbit Logic, part of OrbView-3 Collection Planning System.
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April 2006 - Data Fusion Corporation
Data Fusion Corporation integrates STK into ISR collection management tool for DoD.
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March 2006 - U.S. Army
An STK Engine application customized for U.S. Army FA 40 workflows, analyses and operational needs.
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March 2006 - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center uses STK software for lunar return mission analysis.
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October 2005 - JNWC
The Joint Navigation Warfare Center creates common operating environment with STK.
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October 2005 - Applied Defense Solutions/MAXIM
MAXIM “wrapped” STK/Astrogator in a customized application to simplify user interaction and to automate the process of identifying and implementing specific maneuver strategies for GEO station-keeping. 
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October 2005 - Orbit Logic
Orbit Logic has developed a high-fidelity modeling system for the OrbView-3 imagery satellite that uses STK‘s map displays to provide a visual verification of the optimized imaging plan.
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October 2005 - Omitron/NASA
As a result of accuracy shortcomings in GLAST’s GPS receivers, the smoothing and filtering capabilities of Orbit Determination (OD) Tool Kit have been introduced into the Mission Operations Center (MOC) ground system.
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October 2005 - ESA-ESTEC
In support of assessment studies done in the Concurrent Design Facility at the European Space Technology and Research Centre (ESTEC), an analysis of different techniques for calculating lunar transfer orbits using four-body dynamics was done using STK.
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October 2005 - Booz Allen Hamilton
STK and STK/Analyzer provide the engineer with a method that combines numerical analysis and visualization to determine the optimal design and launch sequence.
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October 2005 - Boeing
Boeing Delta Flight Operations utilizes STK to conduct pre-launch coverage analyses, support real-time flight visualization, and provide enhanced day-of-launch situational awareness.
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October 2005 - Lockheed Martin
By combining AGI’s STK Engine with Battle Command Services, Lockheed has created a dynamic, lightweight NetCOP that features 3D views and filtering capabilities.
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October 2005 - Lockheed Martin
STK is currently being used to display a live 3D visualization of a Joint Semi Automated Forces (JSAF) scenario in real time. STK’s live video capture and data collection capabilities aid in post-scenario analysis.
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October 2005 - Teledyne Solutions
Teledyne developed a tool that brings physics-based optical signature calculations to STK.
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October 2005 - Spirent
Spirent has leveraged STK's 3D display capabilities to complement their GPS simulator systems hardware and software, SimGen.
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October 2005 - SATSOFT
Planar and cylindrical antenna arrays can be quickly designed with the new phased array antenna module for Navigation Tool Kit and STK/Communications.
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October 2005 - SAIC
The AWarE system, a battlespace management productivity software suite, uses STK for analysis and visualization of tactical data feeds.
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October 2005 - Department of Defense
STK provides an external TCP-IP connection for applications to directly interact with the SCAN Simulator.
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October 2005 - ATK Elkton
A set of utilities was created in National Instruments' LabVIEW programming environment to link with STK via STK/Integration.
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July 2005 - SAIC
STEPAL analysts employ STK to graphically depict missile defense system elements and analyze missile flight test scenario geometry.
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July 2005 - European Aeronautic Defence Space Company (EADS)
EADS is using STK for data-acquisition monitoring for the U.S. Air Force Eagle Vision ground stations.
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May 2005 - NASA Kennedy Space Center
NASA uses STK to analyze Return to Flight launch dates based on external tank photography.
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December 2004 - ITT
STK analysis and visualization mitigates cost and time risks involved in modernizing launch ranges.
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December 2004 - Riverside Research
Riverside Research embeds STK capabilities for DoD's Ballistic Missile Technical Collection sensor performance evaluation.
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June 2004 - Applied Optimization
STK is being used to plan for EO-IR point source observations, and then use the produced access and orbital information for real-time analysis of the tracking data.
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June 2004 - NASA Kennedy Space Center
The Kennedy Space Center Real Time Telemetry Display takes real-time flight data, parses it and sends the positioning and attitude data to STK for display of the vehicle position and attitude in near real-time on a 3-D or 2-D map.
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June 2004 - Los Alamos National Lab
STK is being used to help develop and visualize a smarter power management paradigm for small satellites.
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June 2004 - U.S. Navy Office of Naval Intelligence, JDISS
The NRO’s Battlespace Visualization Initiative (BVI) software system, a component of the Collection Management Mission Applications (CMMA), is used by the U.S. defense and intelligence communities to help protect the nation’s security. BVI aids in intelligence collection management—the process of matching diverse information requests with available collection resources. BVI allows users to view data input from several collection disciplines with an integrated 2D and 3D display, and employs several STK software components. At any given time, a BVI user can quickly comprehend what is happening in all collection operations for a given three-dimensional area.
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June 2004 - ProLogic
STK is used to display a high-resolution terrain and map/image overlay for the entire state of Alaska and for modeling of Link-16 receivers and transmitters on various sites and platforms as well as to compute and visualize Link-16 closure.
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June 2004 - Booz Allen Hamilton
The FIRE program focuses on effects-based analysis through horizontally integrated, multi-intelligence systems. The powerful extension capabilities of STK were used in the development of the simulator.
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June 2004 - U.S. Army
The U.S. Army Space Support Team is using STK operationally as part of the fielded Space Support Element Toolset.
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June 2004 - SAIC
Enhancements to Interceptor Flight Tool and the validation methodology used for those enhancements. 
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June 2004 - Harris Corporation
The team used STK to create a new Satellite Constellation - named the Mihail Satellite Constellation.
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June 2004 - MAXIM Systems
MAXIM’s Visualization Modeling and Simulation division is applying IBM’s Rational Unified Processing (RUP) and Unified Modeling Language (UML) to develop a satellite communications systems model using STK, OPNET and MATLAB and Simulink.
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May 2004 - Israel Aircraft Industries
STK was used in mission planning and design of the Amos 2 satellite, a communications hub between Europe, the Middle East, and the Eastern U.S.
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February 2004 - Canadian Forces School of Aerospace Studies
STK scenarios incorporating terrain data, GEOINT overlays and threat domes allow CFSAS students to analyze and visualize a fighter jet's flight path.
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September 2003 - U.S. Air Force
Air Force Satellite Control Network forecasting with STK/Scheduler.
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May 2003 - Scitor
Scitor Corporation uses STK in support of 50 SW/XPY to conduct antenna network utilization, capacity and coverage analyses for the AFSCN.
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May 2003 - ELMCO Inc.
STK is used for the Space-Based Infrared System (SBIRS) and the ground-based missile defense (GMD) architecture.
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May 2003 - University of Central Florida
STK has been used to find the collocated areas within certain times between three satellites.
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May 2003 - NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
STK and STK/Astrogator are used to model the L2 halo orbit, the momentum unloads, and the required station keeping maneuvers.
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May 2003 - MIT Lincoln Labs
STK is used to create a constellation of radar satellites, geosynchronous relay satellites and a number of ground targets.
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May 2003 - Lockheed Martin
STK is part of the Range Standardization and Automation Phase IIA (RSAIIA) project.
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May 2003 - ITT
ITT Industries Aerospace/Communications Division has leveraged STK and MATLAB commercial software to analyze measurement data collected by six Block IIR Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites.
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May 2003 - Veridian
Veridian's MissionWorx uses STK to calculate visibility constraints on collection and downlink activities, as well as to visualize the simulated execution of the collection schedule.
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May 2003 - Booz Allen Hamilton
Virtual Constellation is a discrete-event ISR simulator designed to evaluate the system performance of multi-intelligence architectures using AGI's components.
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May 2003 - ProLogic
STK was used to provide 3-D visualization of PFPS data elements (aircraft routes, annotations, threats); NIMA raster products (terrain, imagery, maps); NIMA DAFIF database entities (airspaces, airways, navaids, airports); and vertical obstructions.
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May 2003 - NASA Langley
NASA Langley Research Center used STK to visualize the air traffic over the United States for a 24-hour period to demonstrate the abundance of airspace for increasing capacity through the implementation of free flight rules.
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May 2003 - Scalable Network Technologies
SNT and AGI have developed an interface between QualNet and STK to provide a true communications architecture modeling capability.
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May 2003 - Boeing
STK is being used to simulate and analyze both tactical and strategic systems in representative operational environments.
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October 2002 - National Reconnaissance Office
STK used in NRO's Battlespace Visualization Initiative/Starshine 2 satellite's end calculated using STK.
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September 2002 - NASA Johnson Space Center
NASA JSC brought the analysis cycle in house with STK, and reported a 75 - 92% process improvement.
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June 2002 - NORAD
NORAD used STK to analyze the events of 9/11/01.
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November 2001 - CNN
AGI supports Russion space station Mir reentry and earns honors.
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November 2001 - Lockheed Martin
Lockheed Martin runs STK visualizations driven by live telemetry for Titan and Atlas launches.
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August 2000 - Sandia National Laboratories
STK supports communications link analysis for Sandia's National Missile Defense testing activities.
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