AGI STK Engine (4DX) Blog

September 20, 2010

STK 9.2.1 is out!

Filed under: STK Object Model, VGT, Vectory Geometry API, stk — Tags: , , , — Sylvain @ 12:12 pm

STK 9.2.1 is out! You can download the new release from the ADN download center (direct link to the 9.2.1 download). The release notes are also available online here. For STK & Engine developers, the main new feature in this release is that the Vector Geometry Tool API is no longer beta and is now official!

May 16, 2010

Vector Geometry API (Beta) – Part Uno

Vector Geometry Tool API is now out and available as beta with STK 9.2. With the Vector Geometry Tool API developers and engineers can programmatically manipulate existing or create custom geometric constructs in order to perform analysis and/or visualization. (more...)

May 13, 2009

STK 9 Astrogator Object Model

Filed under: .Net, C#, Java — Tags: , , , , , — Matthew @ 5:15 pm

With STK 9 just about wrapped up, I have time to talk about some of the new features added to the STK Object Model. I'll be focusing today on one of the major pieces that was added, Astrogator. For those who aren't too familiar with Astrogator, it is a specialized analysis module for interactive orbit maneuver and spacecraft trajectory design. Astrogator acts as one of the propagators available for a satellite object. This module calculates the satellite's ephemeris by executing a Mission Control Sequence, or MCS, that you define according to the requirements of your mission. By exposing it through the STK Object Model you now have more options for automating repetitive tasks, integrating with other applications or even developing your own custom application. (more...)

March 16, 2009

What’s cooking in STK Engine 9.0…

Filed under: .Net, C#, Java — Tags: , , , , — Sylvain @ 9:04 am

Hi everybody! Sorry for not posting more articles on this blog for the last couple of months. We have been busy working on STK 9.0! We have lots of exciting Engine features currently in the final stages of development (this is in addition of many, many new features in the STK Desktop application as well, both on the user interface usability and the computational capabilities). The STK 9 Seminar Series will be held tomorrow and (more...)

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