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About neely

Tom Neely is lead engineer at AGI. Since 1997, he has designed and developed the STK modules STK/Comm, STK/Radar, STK/MATLAB Interface, STK/GIS, the integration tool AGI C/JMTK Sensor Model, and STK/PRO’s Aircraft Mission Modeler feature. He currently focuses on designing and building component-based software and enhancing aviation-oriented capabilities.

Virgin Galactic using AGI’s next-generation STK Aircraft Mission Modeler

Virgin Galactic using AGI’s next-generation STK Aircraft Mission Modeler

Today, we announced that Virgin Galactic is using our STK Aircraft Mission Modeler (STK AMM) software to create realistic simulated flight paths for WhiteKnightTwo, the jet-powered heavy-lift aircraft designed to ferry Virgin Galactic’s six-passenger, two-pilot spaceships to higher than 45,000 feet … Continue reading

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The Mission Phase – What Is It and Why Should I Care?

The Mission Phase – What Is It and Why Should I Care?

Here is the second blog entry about STK’s Aircraft Mission Modeler (AMM). My first was mostly an introduction to what will follow. Now I’m going to continue with some basic concepts that will help you make the most of AMM. … Continue reading

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Passion for aviation leads to aircraft software

Passion for aviation leads to aircraft software

This is the first entry in the AMM blog on agi.com. It’s a preface to an upcoming series. For those who don’t know already, AMM stands for “Aircraft Mission Modeler” and is our approach to bringing sophisticated aviation capabilities to … Continue reading

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