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?


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


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.


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