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AGI Company Profile


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United States of America
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Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) delivers mission-proven software for timely and cost-effective development and deployment of advanced space, defense and intelligence applications.

At AGI, we’ve been crafting breakthroughs since 1989. Our software is integral to the success of hundreds of organizations throughout the aerospace, defense, and telecommunications industries — among others. Some of the most important air, space, and defense programs of the past 30 years have relied on the products we build. We are like no other company on Earth. So how do we do all that?


AGI Products

Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of test and evaluation activities.

Process tracking data and generate orbit ephemeris with realistic covariance.

The unrivaled digital mission engineering and digital mission operations platform.


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AGI Resources

Digital Mission Engineering at Thales Alenia Space
Understand what digital mission engineering is, how it is being applied and the benefits of the approach.
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Shashank Narayan, AGI's Chief Technology Officer, talks about how to integrate the mission into your Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) by combining Systems Tool Kit (STK) and Phoenix Integration's Model Center.

Shashank Narayan, AGI’s Chief Technology Officer, briefly describes why AGI software helps enable digital engineering through digital mission engineering.

Digital modeling, simulation, and analysis to incorporate the operational environment and evaluate mission outcomes at every phase of the life cycle.

AGI CEO Paul Graziani explains how AGI and Ansys software combine to enable high-fidelity engineering simulation from the chip to the mission level.

AGI Systems engineer Mo Syed analyzes a hypersonic system, including trajectory design, thermal analysis, and communication linkages. An example of digital mission engineering across the life cycle.

This webinar is about the core component of digital mission engineering — a physics-based, digital design reference mission.

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Acquisition will empower users to simulate from the component level to customers' entire mission.

Improve the efficiency and effectiveness of test and evaluation activities.

Process tracking data and generate orbit ephemeris with realistic covariance.

The unrivaled digital mission engineering and digital mission operations platform.


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