Systems Tool Kit (STK)
Orbit Determination Tool Kit (ODTK)
Test and Evaluation Tool Kit (TETK)
On February 10 at approximately 1656 GMT, the Iridium 33 and Cosmos 2251 communications satellites collided over northern Siberia.
April 2020 marks the 50th anniversary of Apollo 13's historic space flight.
Jeff Baxter demonstrates a few of the tools and types of analysis you can do when designing a satellite constellation in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
AGI engineers and developers show a few hints on using geostationary satellites in STK.
Jeff Baxter demonstrates how to do several different types of analysis for launch range safety.
Extending STK mission models with detailed ANSYS engineering simulation to track hypersonic vehicles from space.
Phil Clifton demonstrates the creation of a large satellite constellation and analyzes the communication interference it could potentially cause.
Lauren McManus shows how to create a custom inline vector in STK. As an example, she adds random noise to a sensor's pointing.
Lauren McManus demonstrates several different types of analysis that Systems Tool Kit (STK) can do for Space Systems.
Shows three types of problems, each with different modeling and simulation requirements, all from a satellite looking at other objects in space.
Plan the entire proximity operations mission from rendezvous, to proximity operation, to exit.
Cody Short demonstrates the Circular Restricted 3-Body Problem (CR3BP) in Systems Tool Kit (STK) Astrogator.
Kathryn Lane shows how to add a high resolution celestial background in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
AGI’s Joe Murphy discusses T&E planning and analysis, and details a toolset designed specifically to address the technical challenges of test teams.
JT introduces AGI's new GitHub page and talks about some of the first code examples that are up there. This is the new home for all AGI code...
In this video, we explain how to get started with STK and get the appropriate license that you need.
John Carrico and Mike Loucks from Space Exploration Engineering return again to discuss the B612 Foundation.