Monthly Archives: February 2011

Does building geometry quality impede UProp software results?

Does building geometry quality impede UProp software results?

Recently there was a discussion among several AGI engineers concerning the sensitivity of our Urban Propagation (UProp) Extension results to the quality of building geometry. UProp provides very fast, site-specific path loss predictions for communication links in urban environments and … Continue reading

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Fast track to affordability

Fast track to affordability

Like it or not, the government just added another layer of complexity to the competition for government contracts. As part of the new efficiency initiative mandated by Defense Secretary Gates, not only does a proposed design have to meet performance … Continue reading

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STK and SOA have more than three-letter acronyms in common

STK and SOA have more than three-letter acronyms in common

Given the fact that STK software has been around for more than 22 years (a birthday AGI just recently celebrated), and the acronym soup that makes up the IT industry, I thought I would clarify what a lot of people … Continue reading

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Support STEM role models and programs

AGI aerospace engineer Christi Wichner demos AGI software capabilities to non other than former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani. All in a day's work!

If you spend some time talking with STEM professionals, you may be surprised to learn about the diversity of backgrounds, variety of influences that spurred interest and the passion they have for their jobs. After years of working with technology companies, … Continue reading

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New ordered composite primitive

New ordered composite primitive

We recently released AGI Components 2010 r11, which includes a new primitive: the ordered composite primitive. This is a container that holds other primitives, and guarantees a render order (aka z-order). The ordered composite primitive’s most common use is to … Continue reading

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