EXTON, PA (Sept. 25, 2006)—Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) recently named Graham Beasley director of business development for defense and intelligence. In this position, Beasley works primarily with national security customers to support the adoption of the company’s analysis software within DoD acquisition programs and initiatives. He is stationed in Boulder, CO.
Beasley comes to AGI with 22 years of computer science experience. Prior to joining AGI, he spent 16 years with Silicon Graphics Inc., of Mountain View, CA, in a variety of positions including business development manager for Defense and Intelligence and engineering manager for Advanced Visualization. Before that, he worked at CAE Electronics of Quebec, Canada, for six years on various high-fidelity flight simulator programs. Beasley has multiple computer-graphics and visualization patents and frequently speaks at industry events. He holds a Bachelor of Science in computer science from Concordia University in Montreal.
“Graham’s background and enthusiasm are tremendous assets to AGI,” says Paul Welsh, AGI vice president of business development. “Under his leadership, we look forward to further supporting our nation’s defense and intelligence programs.”
Analytical Graphics, Inc. (AGI) develops commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) analysis software for land, sea, air, and space that is relied upon by the national security and space communities. With more than 32,000 worldwide installations, the main applications of AGI technologies focus on battlespace management, geospatial intelligence, space systems, and national defense programs. In addition to its free core product STK® and its more than 25 specialized add-on modules, AGI also produces the desktop software applications Navigation Tool Kit and Orbit Determination Tool Kit; free AGI Viewer software; and the development tool 4DX Embedded Technology. For additional information about AGI or its commercially available software technologies, e-mail
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