The technology evolutionary process described by Moore’s Law has created possibilities that were previously unimaginable. Digital cameras and radio navigation are examples of once exclusive capabilities that have evolved to become affordable and widely available. A space business example is … Continue reading
Can you believe it’s been nearly 20 years since Apollo 13 was up for the Best Picture Academy Award (against nominees Babe, Il Postino, Sense and Sensibility and Braveheart, which won)? This Sunday evening, another space-themed film will get its … Continue reading
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.
As spring approaches (slow as it may be), we are getting ready for another exciting year at the 29th annual National Space Symposium (NSS). Held at the renowned Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs, the NSS has come to be known … Continue reading
Knowing how well communications work among moving assets is key to field and urban military operations. At Global MilSatCom 2012, 27- 29 November in London, AGI experts will demonstrate our capabilities for satellite communications on the move as well as … Continue reading