Insights: What’s new with ARGON?

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The beginning of a new year is often a time for change. Personal or professional, we often feel like this is the time to make a significant alteration to our lives, and not let time get wasted. I wanted to write about this in relation to ARGON. After all, ARGON is going through changes this year. Allow me to catch you up.

ARGON has been on the market for a few years now, and we are happy for the warm welcome it has received. Yet it has been clear to us that we still need to improve ARGON and its features in order to deliver the maximum amount of value and performance we can. Therefore, we have worked very hard over the years to improve ARGON’s image quality and detection abilities, and now we are on the brink of something new.

We are thrilled that we are able to introduce an automatic anomaly detector (AAD) to ARGON this year. We have been developing this software for quite some time, and are pleased that we are able to demonstrate it this year in trials. The software is already performing beyond human capabilities, and with more training data, the software can be taught and even be customized to detect anomalies based on the customers’ wishes and expected threats.

AAD adds a brand new function to ARGON, but of course it cannot replace the operators completely. ARGON will still require someone to investigate the alarms and resolve them. However, ARGON’s existing features such as remote operation and customizable appearance gives the operators more freedom to designate points for further inspections.

If you are interested in learning more about ARGON’s AAD, please don’t hesitate to be in touch. Here’s to a brand new year!