This year’s GEOINT was exciting and action-packed. Attendees who stopped by the AGI booth got to enjoy some gelato and catch a demo of our physics-based engineering tools, hearing how they provide incredible flexibility and interoperability for rapidly developing and creating analysis. Some highlights follow.
AGI Regional Director, Dave Peters spoke to GEOINT TV discussing AGI’s focus:
We demonstrated STK’s multi-domain capabilities in contested areas, and modeled tipping and cueing between assets.
We also demonstrated collection planning scenarios using ASI’s SOLIS tool. SOLIS models satellite subsystems and optimally computes slews between targets of interest:
We showed our ability to ingest all sorts of data with Cesium, including point cloud, buildings, terrain, and imagery from a variety of sources:
GEOINT TV also highlighted our booth with a quick video tour with AGI Systems Engineer Lauren McManus:
If you have any questions on these demos or anything else you saw, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to talk to an engineer.