The annual Autumn release of STK from our partner AGI has arrived.
STK 11.5 delivers new capabilities to address more of the emerging trends in the aerospace and defence landscape.
The latest features and key upgrades of AGI STK include low-thrust satellite trajectory optimisation, expanded aircraft flight envelopes, multi-function radar, real-world visualisation and enterprise collaboration.
Astrogator is a specialised analysis module for satellite manoeuvre planning. Users can use it to design simple trips to low-Earth orbit or more complex asteroid rendezvous missions. The latest improvements enhance the ability to arrive at more optimised trajectory designs.
STK Aviator gives users the ability to include real-world aircraft performance in their flight design. It uses characteristics of wind, atmospheric effects, and mission requirements to give users an accurate model. The latest developments expand on the existing capabilities.
This release has added features to allow the analysis of multi-function radars. This will allow users to more closely represent operational scenarios where tasking and scheduling are variable elements of mission planning.
The value of being able to convey complex information quickly and in a real-world context can’t be underestimated.
STK Data Federate (SDF)
The SDF was created to give AGI STK users a collaborative environment that is scalable, open, and most importantly secure. The SDF is where users can save, load, configuration manage and share mission elements they have created across their enterprise. In this release users can expect the following improvements to the tool:
If you want to learn more about these new features, click in their Spec Sheets below: