Monthly Archives: June 2013

Throwback Thursdays – Happy Independence Day!

Throwback Thursdays – Happy Independence Day!

Since we won’t be around next Thursday for the national holiday, we want to wish everyone a happy and safe Independence Day! Here’s a picture from our annual company summertime picnic, where a group of our engineers set off an … Continue reading

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Throwback Thursday – a great place to work

AGI senior management (second from left, Paul Graziani (CEO), Bill Broderick (CFO), Lisa Velte (former HR Director), Scott Reynolds (Chief Software Architect) and Frank Linsalata (COO)

We can’t believe it’s been exactly eight years since we were named the “Best Small Company to Work for in America!” We feel so lucky to be able to work on such innovative software, be surrounded by the industry’s best … Continue reading

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New video: STK EOIR for Missile Defense

New video: STK EOIR for Missile Defense

Watch a new video showing STK EOIR, software for modeling detection, tracking and imaging performance of electro-optical and infrared sensors for space situational awareness, missile defense and Earth remote sensing. For more on STK EOIR visit www.agi.com/EOIR.

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AGI’s Diana Kimmich named FOGE “Mission Team Leader of the Year”

AGI's FOGE Mission Team Leader Diana Kimmich accepts her award. CEO Paul Graziani (right) is a FOGE board member and extremely passionate about STEM outreach.

At the recent Federation of Galaxy Explorers (FOGE) Galaxy Ball, AGI’s Mission Team Leader Diana Kimmich (who is also our senior technical recruiter), was named Mission Team Leader of the Year. AGI sponsors the Philadelphia chapter of FOGE, and Diana … Continue reading

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STK Training, then and now!

STK Training, then and now!

Digging through our archives and found this sweet picture of our Advanced STK Training circa 2002. Oh how we miss those clunky desktop PCs! Well, now in 2013, in addition to training at AGI offices or at your site, we … Continue reading

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