Spirent, AGI Announce Joint Software Integration

Spirent, AGI Announce Joint Software Integration

Spirent and Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) have announced the integration of AGI’s STK (Satellite Tool Kit) and Spirent’s SimGEN software.

Spirent says the link enables the software packages to communicate to allow trajectories created in STL to be used readily to define the motion in Spirent’s hardware GNSS simulators. SimGEN test-case motion also can be visualized in STK.

Spirent and Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) have announced the integration of AGI’s STK (Satellite Tool Kit) and Spirent’s SimGEN software.

Spirent says the link enables the software packages to communicate to allow trajectories created in STL to be used readily to define the motion in Spirent’s hardware GNSS simulators. SimGEN test-case motion also can be visualized in STK.

STK is used for mission modeling, engineering and operation in many areas, including psace, aircraft, missile defense and electronic systems.

Spirent’s simulation systems, many of which use the SimGEN software, enable hardware testing of GNSS receivers, systems and applications in those areas.

The companies report that linking the two offerings facilitates a progressive analysis and testing approach in which motion data for mission planning completed in STK can be ported to SimGEN.

A hardware simulation, including real receiver and related system components, can then be completed consistent with the original STK motion data, according to Spirent.

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