Dec 6, 2010

AGI to Demonstrate Online and Offline Analyses at I/ITSEC

Exton, PA —Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) will demonstrate how to supplement current battlefield simulations with physics-based online and offline analysis at I/ITSEC 2010. Visitors to booth #1075 will see how AGI software adds high-fidelity analysis to in-theater conditions such as:

• Communication system interference

• Operational constraints on sensor performance

• Complex environmental constraints on line-of-sight calculations

• Navigation accuracy based on operational GPS satellites

Company representatives will also demonstrate AGI SMART, a distributed simulation development project by AGI and its business partner VT MÄK. AGI SMART will provide online analysis through an analysis server with corresponding 3D visualization.

“AGI COTS software is about training the way you fight—without compromise. It allows users to accurately represent real-world events, instead of making broad assumptions to develop simulation-based tactics that won’t translate directly to the field,” says Kevin Flood, AGI vice president of product marketing. “Real-world modeling of GPS navigation, tactical communications, radar systems and sensors of all varieties in virtual and constructive environments are some of features AGI brings to mission planning and analysis.”

I/ITSEC will be held in Orlando, FL, November 29 through December 2.