Analytical Graphics (AGI) will showcase its physics-oriented offline and online analysis tool for existing battlefield applications at I/ITSEC 2010 exhibition.
Visitors will be explained about the applications of high-standard AGI software on functional constraints on sensor operation, communication system interference, complicated condition constraint on line-of-sight evaluations, and navigation precision on functional GPS satellites.
AGI’s officials will explain about a distributed development scheme called the AGI SMART, which furnishes online evaluation via an analysis server with 3D visualization.
According to Kevin Flood, AGI’s Vice President of product marketing, the AGI COTS software helps users to precisely address the real events without making wide assumptions to devise simulation-based strategies that will not transform into the field conditions. He added that real-world modeling of tactical transmissions, radar systems, GPS navigation and sensing devices of all the patterns in constructive and virtual conditions support mission planning and analysis operations.
I/ITSEC will be conducted from 29 November to 2 December at Orlando.
AGI supplies mission-supportive software for defense, space and intelligence applications. AGI solutions serve engineering, modeling and missions in cyberspace, aircraft, space, missile defense, electronic systems and C4ISR. They are available as custom-made products, turnkey solutions and development tools.