AGI and Overlook Systems Technologies Monday released Navigation Tool Kit, a comprehensive software analysis tool for the satellite navigation (SATNAV) community.
Navigation Tool Kit predicts the performance of navigation equipment by analyzing and modeling obstacles that cause inaccuracies within the system. These factors include variations in hardware, atmospheric distortions, radio frequency interference, and satellite orbital errors.
GPS correction files provided for Navigation Tool Kit by new AGI business partner NavCom Technology further adjust for inaccuracies, making Navigation Tool Kit the most precise navigation software solution available to the SATNAV community. Designed with an easy-to-use interface, Navigation Tool Kit is tailored for both SATNAV analysis experts and end-users.
"Having a precise navigation solution is critical to SATNAV missions," said Francesco Linsalata, AGI's chief operating officer. "Navigation Tool Kit predicts GPS accuracy with a level of fidelity that will greatly benefit the millions of civil and military users who rely on this growing technology for their mission's success."
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