Systems Tool Kit (STK)
Orbit Determination Tool Kit (ODTK)
Test and Evaluation Tool Kit (TETK)
Engineering panel discussion, Digital Mission Engineering Forum.
Columbia, MD, November 19, 2019.
In this video, we talk about running Systems Tool Kit (STK) in a web browser with STK Cloud.
Using software in the loop for CONOPS, mission planning, or new operator training. Example uses STK SOLIS.
Jens Ramrath, Sr. Systems Engineer, quickly explains how to get started integrating STK and Matlab.
Jeff Baxter demonstrates how to quickly design and build a moon mission in STK using Astrogator.
Karynna Tuan gives a quick walk-through of how to use the Attitude Simulator in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
Video: Orbit Determination using GNSS.
Join AGI and Phoenix Integration as we discuss how to develop physics-infused descriptive models with STK and SysML tools like Cameo.
AGI Software Developer Tal Bass demonstrates how Systems Tool Kit (STK) can be used to model missions that include hypersonic vehicles.
Kathryn Lane gives an overview of what Two-Line Element Sets are and how to use them in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
Nova Kazmi demonstrates how to use the Orbit Tuner in Systems Tool Kit (STK) to easily understand orbits and create satellites for analysis.
Jeff Baxter shows how to quickly create constellations of satellites in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
Kevin Flood, Vice President of Engineering at AGI, reviews digital mission engineering — what it is and why it’s important for today’s missions.
Competitors and adversaries are going faster. Embrace digital mission engineering with software that connects the model to the mission.
Constructing a complete mission simulation using a variety of assets, reviewing timing of key events, and coordinating different systems.
Karynna Tuan demonstrates the Aircraft Systems Scenario in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
Becky Johnson gives a quick tip how to updates your databases in Systems Tool Kit (STK).
On February 10 at approximately 1656 GMT, the Iridium 33 and Cosmos 2251 communications satellites collided over northern Siberia.