ARGOS Technology

Architecture and Technology

 

ARGOS can be integrated in a Service Oriented Architecture. Prognoses can be invoked from other applications, and import and export of data can be established through web services on request.

 

The ARGOS Auto-Forecast Service can be configured to automatically create prognoses for one or more scenarios. In this way, it can be possible to ascertain the affected region of an accident in a very short time. Once setup, the Service will run perpetually, without interaction and with the latest NWP forecast. Click to see larger figure



Client / Server

The ARGOS application itself is a client-side application designed to run at individual user’s laptops or workstations running Microsoft Windows. ARGOS can run as a standalone system, or coupled to a central MS SQL server.

Why Choose ARGOS?

1

ARGOS now provides situation awareness, overview, visibility and insights for emergency organizations in 13 countries covering more than 400 million people.

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Joining ARGOS also means joining the ARGOS user’s consortium, which is a strong network of 14 countries, research organizations and a committed software company - which all have the joint interest in maintaining ARGOS as strong tool that can be trusted during an incident.

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ARGOS is a robust and mature product developed from more than 15 years of strong user experience and involvement.