AGI Components 2010 r8 has been released! Here are the links:
This release finally brings Insight3D to AGI Components for Java! Scott Hunter has the details over at the Insight3D blog.
This release also includes a huge number of features, improvements, and important bug fixes. Check out the "What's New" links above for the full list.
AGI Components 2010 r7 is now available! Here are the links:
One exciting thing about this release is that we've officially made the Silverlight version of AGI Components available as a public beta. We consider it a beta because the documentation is incomplete, and it hasn't been as well-tested as our official releases. Check it out and less us known what you think!
This release also includes a number of important bug fixes for Insight3D, and a few smaller features.
Oh, and of course this release includes the big features added in AGI Components 2010 r6. I didn't announce that release on this blog, but I really should have. Insight3D gained the ability to load and display KML documents. We also added a new library that makes it really easy to visualize Platforms, Links, and other service providers in Insight3D. Please take a look at the "What's New" pages above for the complete list of what was changed in both 2010 r6 and 2010 r7.
Route Design Library will be available with the AGI Components 2010 r5 release (also available in Java)! Go to the ADN Download Center for more information and to view the Route Design Library Documentation Overview. Now, users have a new way to specify trajectories for aircraft, ground vehicles, and ships for use with our other libraries. Route Design Library provides various pieces such as waypoints, holding patterns, and raster search procedures to use in order to define routes.
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AGI Components 2010 r5 is now available! Here are the links:
There's a bunch of exciting new stuff in this release. First and foremost: Route Design Library. Route Design Library makes it easy to define an aircraft, ship, or ground vehicle route using waypoints, holding patterns, and more. It is a huge usability improvement over the WaypointPropagator.
Also in this release are two long-awaited Insight3D features. The new BingMapsForEnterpriseImageGlobeOverlay class makes it easy to show detailed Microsoft Bing Maps (formerly Microsoft Virtual Earth) imagery on the Insight3D globe.
Second, this release introduces per-item picking, which makes it much easier to determine which individual item in a primitive batch was picked.
AGI Components 2010 r5 includes many more features than I've mentioned here, and some important bug fixes. Please take a look at the complete list of what's new (linked above) and upgrade as soon as you're able!
AGI Components 2010 r3 is now available! It has some nice improvements to our interpolators and to Insight3D. Also available in this release: a beta version of AGI Components for Silverlight! Please contact us if you want to try out the Silverlight beta.
Here are the details for AGI Components 2010 r3:
We released AGI Components 2010 r2 last Thursday, March 11. It includes a brand new component, Tracking Library, which is described thusly on the AGI Components product page:
The Tracking Library enables developers to build online data analysis or tracking applications which integrate live and simulated data for situational awareness and decision support.
To learn more about Tracking Library, go here. To learn if "thusly" is a real word and if I used it correctly, go here.
As usual, AGI Components 2010 r2 is available for both .NET and Java.
We just released the first version of AGI Components of the new decade, AGI Components 2010 r1!
Check it out:
This release is a big deal because this is the first release that is available simultaneously for both .NET and Java! And in case you're wondering, yes, this is the start of a trend. We intend to release new versions for both platforms simultaneously from now on. If you're curious how we're doing it, check out Scott's post on the subject: AGI Components for Java: How it Works.
It's been a long time coming, but the Java version of AGI Components is finally available! You can download it from the AGI Developer Network. The Java version of AGI Components is free for development (just like the .NET version) and it uses the exact same license. Insight3D is not currently available in the Java version, but we're working on it!
We're incredibly excited about this release. The team set out to create a family of Java libraries that is both familiar to users of the .NET counterparts and also comfortable and natural to Java developers, and I think you will agree that we've achieved this.
In the coming days, I'd like to blog about how we created AGI Components for Java and what differences you'll see between the .NET and Java versions. In the meantime, go download AGI Components for Java!
AGI Components 2009 r8 is now available! The complete list of what's new can be found here.
This is our last release of 2009, but we have big things planned for 2010! How does a pure Java version of AGI Components sound? If you said "Javarific," you and I think alike. That should be available real soon, probably early January.
Or maybe you've been saying, "this AGI Components thing is great for batch analysis, but I have track data coming in over some data feed and I need to do analysis on that. And I want to visualize it. And did I mention I have thousands of tracks? Woe is me!" Woe no more, because Tracking Library is just what the doctor ordered. That should be available in the first quarter of 2010, probably closer to the beginning of Q1 than the end.
Or maybe you've always wanted a library to help you do aircraft route planning? Routing Library is just the ticket (boarding pass?), and it should get airborne in the first quarter of 2010 as well.
As always, these dates are estimates not promises. They can change at any time. If you're itching to get your hands on any of these capabilities, let us know!
In case you missed it, we officially released AGI Components 2009 r6 on Friday, October 9. This release includes a handful of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. Check out the complete list on the What's New page.