Line of Sight (LOS) intervisibility calculations using basic geometric constraints (elevation angle, azimuth angle, range, and altitude). Access to AGI’s open API through integrated HTML or compiled user-interface plugins for application automation, interface customization and event notification. Dynamic graphing, reporting and visualization of thousands of predefined vectors and scalars in multiple coordinate frames. Model simple conic and rectangular Field-Of-View (FOV) sensors attached as payloads to dynamic platforms with basic pointing and orientation. Import vehicles using position, orientation and time data from user-defined models in various coordinate frames. Also accepts optional velocity and acceleration data for increased fidelity. Import via Standard Object Database or create mission assets (aircraft, facility, missile, ship, ground vehicle and satellite) with platform-specific configurable attributes and propagators. Dynamic 2D map (Azimuthal equidistant, Equidistant cylindrical, Mercator, Miller, Molleweide, Sinusoidal, Hammer-Aitoff projections) and 3D globe (WGS84 and MSL) for visualizing and editing dynamic, spatial data. Create custom videos (WMV, AVI, JPG, BMP, TIF and RAS formats) of the STK 3D window using virtual camera motion for studio-quality video production. 3D models with components that can articulate over time such as payloads, antennas, sub-system components and solar panels. Tactical decision-aid graphics including vehicle drop-down lines, range rings, speed leaders, position uncertainty and ground ellipses, annotations, vectors, sensor coverage and ‘head up’ dynamic data displays. Line-of-sight (LOS) intervisibility calculations using advanced geometric, geographic, solar and lunar, temporal and custom constraints. Import standard terrain formats for analysis (obscuring constraint), modeling (vehicle and facility altitude dependence) and visualization. Satellite state definition coordinates types (Equinoctial, Delaunay variables, Mixed spherical, Spherical and Geodetic). Simulate satellite attitude (numerical integrators for propagation that include RKF 7(8) Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg, RKF 4(5) Runge-Kutta-Fehlberg and Burlirsch Stoer). Define performance-driven aircraft routes based on waypoint and standard procedures (Point-to-point, Enroute, Holding, Landing, Takeoff, Terrain follow, Hover, Vertical landing, Vertical takeoff). Capture, modify or create event time instants and intervals to define time-based STK properties such as display characteristics, report/graph intervals and constraints. Capture, modify or create event time instants and intervals to define time-based STK properties such as display characteristics, report/graph. Probabilistic (Monte Carlo) data distribution for analysis (Normal, Uniform, Log normal, Weibull, Triangle and Enumerated). Trade study data graphing (2D graph, main effects plot, carpet plot display of data dependent on two variables, surface plot, contour plot, histogram plot, scatterplot matrix, variable influence profiler, prediction profiler). Automated design space search for optimal parameters and goals using Gradient, Adaptive Surrogate and Genetic algorithms. System-level communications modeling and analysis of receivers, transmitters and interference sources using predefined antenna models and editable antenna attributes. Predict site-specific path loss for communication links in urban environments using Triple Path Geodesic deterministic model and 3D shapefiles. Calculate asset coverage definition through multiple figures of merit (Simple Coverage, N-Asset Coverage, Coverage Time, Revisit Time, Access Duration, Number of Accesses, Access Separation, Number of Gaps, Time Average Gap, Response Time, Access Constraint). Model Search and Track and Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) using Signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), Clutter-to-noise ratio (CNR), Signal-to-clutter ratio (SCR), Additive noise (Sigma N), Point target-to-clutter ratio (PTCR), Integration time and Azimuth resolution. Leverage satellite state definition coordinates types (equinoctial, delaunay variables, mixed spherical, spherical and geodetic). Deconflict and optimize resource schedules using One-Pass, Sequential, Multi-Pass, Neural Network, Random and User-defined algorithms. Calculate and visualize the effects of particle impacts, the South Atlantic Anomaly, vehicle temperature and radiation on spacecraft. User control of magnetic field modeling using Full IGRF, Fast IGRF, Centered-dipole, IGRF-update rate and Field-line refresh rate to calculate the effect on spacecraft. Calculate propagation loss using free-space spreading, reflection, diffraction, surface-wave, tropospheric-scatter and atmospheric absorption, Utilize end point geometry to automate line-of-sight propagation modes. Source.