Technology demos include auto routing and acoustic detection plus RF comm link prediction for the Insitu ICOMC2 UAS.
Exton, PA August 12, 2013
Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI), the producer of commercial modeling and analysis software for the space, defense and intelligence communities, will demonstrate new auto routing and acoustic detection capabilities being added to its Systems Tool Kit (STK) software suite in booth 2095 at AUVSI's Unmanned Systems 2013, August 12-15, Washington, D.C. Through a partnership with Primordial, STK is able to automatically generate an aircraft route through specified point targets and search regions and take into account aircraft performance and payload properties to ensure a realistic flight plan. Acoustic probability of detection is also being added to STK using algorithms from Blue Ridge Research and Consulting. Learn more here.
Insitu will be in AGI's booth at AUVSI to demonstrate how its new Insitu Common Open-Mission Management Command and Control System (ICOMC2) unmanned aircraft system utilizes STK Components software to predict radio frequency communications links. Insitu will also be demonstrating ICOMC2 during a media briefing on August 13 at 1 p.m. in Salon B of the Convention Center.
"We are thrilled to be partnering with industry leaders to provide manned and unmanned aircraft operators with a more complete understanding of the mission environment and operating conditions," says Paul Graziani, AGI CEO.
Learn more about AGI's capabilities at http://www.agi.com/uav.
Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) delivers software applications and development tools for timely and cost-effective development and deployment of space, defense and intelligence missions. AGI products are used for modeling, engineering and operations in the areas of space, cyberspace, aircraft, missile defense, C4ISR and electronic systems. For more information, visit http://www.agi.com.