Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI)
proudly announces its first annual worldwide Satellite Tool Kit® (STK)
Users’ Conference to be held in Washington, D.C. from June 2-5, 2002. This
event will provide a forum for aerospace, defense, and intelligence community
leaders to learn how commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) STK software reduces
program delivery time, cost, and risk in areas such as remote sensing, missile
defense systems, intelligence gathering, communications analysis, real-time
operations, and interplanetary missions. Attendees will also gain first-hand
knowledge about AGI’s future product offerings.

The STK Users’ Conference will feature multiple, concurrent session
tracks. Participants can select from three track offerings: 1) various real-
world STK applications presented by STK users and AGI engineers; 2) in-depth,
technical reviews of STK algorithms and solutions led by AGI developers; and
3) specialized, hands-on training of STK software modules taught by
experienced instructors. The conference will also offer a high-tech showcase
featuring STK software and a Business Partner Solutions Exposition. Finally,
attendees can network while mingling with fellow industry professionals at the
scheduled breakfasts and lunches, as well as Monday night’s cocktail reception
and dinner, capped off by AGI’s famous “Casino Night.”

“AGI is excited to offer program managers and engineers; STK zealots and
newcomers; and industry planners and visionaries the opportunity to convene to
discuss their current needs and share their success stories,” says Paul
Graziani, AGI’s president and CEO.

The STK Users’ Conference will consist of unclassified and classified
sessions. The unclassified portion will be held from June 2 through 4 at the
Georgetown University Conference Center, a Marriott facility situated just
west of downtown Washington D.C. The classified day (June 5) will be at
Lockheed Martin’s secure Westfields facility in Chantilly, VA. Complete
conference information including detailed daily agendas, call for user
presentations, and on-line registration can be found at

Malvern, PA-based AGI provides commercial off-the-shelf analysis and
visualization software to more than 27,000 users in the aerospace, defense,
and intelligence communities through its core product, Satellite Tool Kit®
(STK), and a series of specialized STK add-on modules. STK Standard is
available free of charge to all industry professionals.

For more about AGI, the STK software suite’s aerospace and defense
analysis and visualization capabilities, or how to obtain a free copy of STK,
call 800.220.4785 or 610.578.1000, e-mail, or visit