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AGI CEO Paul Graziani earns top Workforce honors at AvWeek’s Laureate Awards

AGI CEO Paul Graziani earns top Workforce honors at AvWeek’s Laureate Awards

Last night, Aviation Week and Space Technology awarded AGI’s CEO and co-founder, Paul Graziani, top honors for workforce excellence at the 2012 Laureate Awards in Washington, D.C. The awards recognized Graziani and AGI for our unique work environment (free food, on-site … Continue reading

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Search the sky for UARS

A UARS button appears on Satellite AR

If you’re concerned that your tin foil hat isn’t robust enough to protect you from falling space debris during the de-orbit of the Upper Atmosphere Research Satellite (UARS) this Friday, fear not, there’s only a 1-in-20 trillion risk that a … Continue reading

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Combining consumer tech and AGI software

Combining consumer tech and AGI software

The space industry has always been way ahead of the curve when it comes to technology. Since 1976, thousands of high-tech NASA innovations have been incorporated into commercial products; some that you may know about (TV satellite dishes, medical imaging, invisible braces) … Continue reading

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Major upgrade for Satellite Augmented Reality for Android

Major upgrade for Satellite Augmented Reality for Android

Space enthusiasts, grab your Android phones and tablets, because we’ve rolled out a major overhaul to Satellite AR, our augmented reality application that shows you where spacecraft are in the sky above you. A lot of things have changed since … Continue reading

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Satellite Augmented Reality now in Android Market

Satellite Augmented Reality now in Android Market

Ever wondered what satellites are flying above your head when you look up? AGI has developed an Android app that will show them to you using augmented reality. Point your phone’s camera to the sky, and small icons track the … Continue reading

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