STK Training

Systems Toolkit (STK) by Analytical Graphics Inc (AGI) is some seriously powerful software – I should know because I have used it for my education, for my work and I have been selling it for over 14 years now. Yes, that obviously means I am bit biaised, but I have rarely met anyone who was not impressed with its business logic, functionality and, yes, graphics. There is no doubt that most of us are readily swayed by a convincing video, photo or graphic, and STK really stands out in that regard.

However, as one might cheekily note, it is actually the ‘analytics’ behind the ‘graphics’ that really sets AGI apart, and the analytical power of STK is simply awesome.  From space to aircraft to terrestrial vehicles and their associated payloads, STK is able to truly model ‘Systems of systems‘, and to thus analyze and communicate their mission effectiveness, depending on the measurement methodology being applied.

To get more on the depth and breadth of AGI and STK, you should visit their website (indicated above). To learn about some options for getting yourself trained-up on using the software, please loiter here a bit longer . . .

Training Options for STK

Best – Attend a Comprehensive, Ansys/AGI-led Training Class; regular classes are held as per the AGI schedule; on-site classes can be arranged at cost.

Virtual/Economical – At home/office, on your own time; you can attend a class via the web, or download the software and go through the training/tutorials at your own pace.

STK Core(R) Trg – STKCore(R) is focused, hands-on training on Ansys’ industry-standard analysis and visualization software, Systems ToolKit (STK). STKCore(R) emphasizes and explores the key skills and knowledge regarding STK’s business logic in order to create, modify, analyze and obtain output from STK scenarios. STKCore(R) includes exposure to the core capabilities of the Ansys STKPro product. Attendees will develop and hone their skills to develop and produce impactful output from STK such as images, movies, reports, and graphs. This output can enhance proposals and projects, and can be an important value-add for decision papers and concept studies.

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