At AGI, we’ve been crafting breakthroughs for 30 years. We’ve partnered with hundreds of industries to chart, track, and visualize the world across all domains – whether on land, at sea, in the air, or to the far reaches of space.
Thirty years of momentum comes with a lot of bold ideas and major innovation.
Founders Paul Graziani, Scott Reynolds and Jim Poland get AGI off the ground.
The original version of STK becomes the first COTS (commercial off-the-shelf) software of its kind.
The new 3D visualization software changes our understanding of satellites forever.
AGI lends its support after the accidental collision of a French satellite and space debris.
AGI shakes up the market by making version 4.0 of STK available for free.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) turns to AGI to help take Santa Tracking online and breaks the Internet.
AGI is invited to Moscow to participate in the deorbiting of the Russian space station Mir.
STK videos are featured in the “Explore the Universe” exhibit at the National Air and Space Museum.
AGI debuts an operational product STK OD, the original name for ODTK
The release pivoted the future of the product by allowing for ultimate customization.
AGI announces the release of software component libraries, creating new possibilities for clients.
The Space Data Association launches initial operations of AGI’s Space Data Center.
AGI debuts Cesium, a cross-platform virtual globe for dynamic-data visualization.
STK 10 is released with free 3D.
AGI launches the Commercial Space Operations Center.