Monthly Archives: January 2017

To the Skies! Designing Your Own Aircraft in STK

To the Skies! Designing Your Own Aircraft in STK

Flashback to a time of scientific pioneering, 117 years ago Orville and Wilbur Wright set out to prove that powered manned flight was an attainable impossibility. Inspired by Otto Lilienthal (pictured on the right) and his work on the new … Continue reading

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Want to do Something Cool with Communications and Coverage?

Want to do Something Cool with Communications and Coverage?

With the Communications and Coverage modules, you can determine the surface area on Earth that is covered by a three (3) dB antenna contour. The intent of this blog is to walk you through how to set up the antenna, … Continue reading

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UI Plugins: Installing “Reg Free” Plugins

Not an actual image of my Copier solution

Originally, if I wanted to send someone a registry free UI plugin I created, I would have to zip the plugin binaries and manifest file. Then the user would have to extract the binaries to a location, copy the manifest … Continue reading

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Defining Attitude in STK

Defining Attitude in STK

One of the common questions we receive in our technical support department here at AGI is how customers can import their attitude data into STK, whether its data from a simulation or the real world. STK has a large selection … Continue reading

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UI Plugin: Template

For my sixth blog, I would like to talk about my pride and joy, my Visual Studio UI Plugin template. While it is important to understand how UI plugins work if you are trying to develop one, your priority should … Continue reading

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