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March 2018 : UK Police invest further in the Everspry EverOS Scanner.

    Following on from the successes obtained by the Metropolitan Police, other UK police forces have begun to integrate the Everspry EverOS scanners into their Forensic Footwear departments. The rugged "stand on" scanners are designed to be used in custody suites to easily obtain a suspect's footwear outsole pattern. This can be analysed locally and then input into the Forces local shoeprint database or the UK National Footwear Database.    Everspry



February 2018 : AGX release the new TreadPrinter 6x14 footmark printer.

    The field of footmarks is becoming increasingly important to police forces around the world. Whilst AGX supply the EverOS ( or TreadMatcher ) scanners into the UK market we also look at other new and alternative technologies to compliment the current systems. Printing footwear marks has been an issue to some in this area, as standard photographic or A4 printers are not capable of the print sizes required. AGX have overcome this problem by releasing the TreadPrinter 6 x 14 inch footmark printer. Specifically aimed at the forensics market this printer gives photographic quality at the size required for 1:1 footmark printing.   



January 2018 : RIMAGE announces the new Producer V series.

    As the industry leader, Rimage defines the gold standard for on-demand digital publishing solutions, including digital asset management, disc publishing and printing. Rimage workflow-integrated systems produce CD, DVD, and Blu-ray Discs™ with customized content and durable colour or monochrome labels. With over 22.000 publishing systems installed globally, Rimage helps companies in a broad range of markets get the most from their digital assets.    RIMAGE



December 2017 : Mini Cube ( “The Micks” ) Police Duplicators.

    The AGX “Mick” continues its success as one of the leading forensic backup and archive devices for use in the field by government organisations and police forces. Further purchases confirm the Mini Cube Police Duplicatorat to be the forefront of technology for evidential copies. The “Mick” or Mini Cube Kit is a closed session Flash Media to CD/DVD duplicator providing efficient duplication of many formats with speed and accuracy whilst providing the advantage of portability.



November 2017 : Festive Media Sales.

    With the run up to Christmas and the new year celebrations , many event photographers and party venues have stocked up with media for their many different printing requirements. AGX whilst supplying printers and accessories , also offer media for the most common photographic printers at the most competitive pricing. Please contact us to check on the latest prices.



October 2017 : The latest PERENNITY / RIMAGE system installed.

    Perennity offers a turnkey solution for the medical industry to output medical images from any compliant modalities and PACS to CD, DVD & BluRay. Whilst dramatically reducing costs compared to traditional film, Perennity DICOM also acts as a genuine DICOM server and can store all medical images for subsequent analysis. Running on the RIMAGE CD/DVD autoloaders, it automates production and enables personalised media with a custom label including patient name and identifier, date and time, list of studies, etc. Pictures and logos can be added to the printout, even thumbnails of the DICOM images    Perennity



September 2017 : AGX become the Authorised UK Sales and Support partner for Avison.

    AGX Holdings Ltd have been chosen by Avision as their UK Sales and Support partner and we look forward to a successful future working together. Founded in April 1991, Avision designs, manufactures, and markets a complete range of quality, high performance scanners and key components for multi-function products. Through innovative product development, strategic partnerships and successful business models, Avision has become a leading supplier in the scanner industry.    Avision



August 2017 : Another DataCopy solution installed at UK police force.

    Following the successful use of the Rimage Forensic Pro54 for bulk disc reading within the UK police, a further force purchases the AGX DataCopy Solution. This system enables you to process up to 100 discs, automatically reading two discs at a time. It photographs them, creates a corresponding folder on your network/local hard drive and then copies the contents of the disc including the photo to this folder. For more information contact AGX.    Rimage



July 2017 : EverOS on display at the Royal Society Summer Exhibition

    Building on over a decade of research into fossil footprints, a UK university have developed a tool for the police and forensic services that can capture and analyse 3D footwear evidence. On display at the Royal Society’s Summer Science Exhibition, an AGX supplied Everspry EverOS scanner was one of the main input devices that attracted interest. The project, funded by a Natural Environment Research Council Innovation Grant can create, measure and compare, whilst also allowing you to create 3D models via photogrammetry.   Royal Society



June 2017 : MOD upgrade AGX GraphicStation systems.

    Over the years the AGX GraphicStation has consistently been the choice of the Graphics and Video Professional. Following a further upgrade by the MOD, AGX have updated the standard 12CQ unit to a new 2017 specification ( the originally named 12CQ-17). Whilst the Adobe CC specification hasn’t changed recently, the increased requirements and expectations of the users, including their volumes of work, continues to rise. As such AGX have added and adjusted to improve the already high specification and performance.



May 2017 : AGX attend UK e-Health Week with Garner, the world leader in data elimination.

    NHS facilities go to great lengths to protect their data from network intrusions, hacking, viruses, and theft. However, many fail to protect against the disastrous consequences of data security breaches from media that they thought was deleted or erased. Various trusts have already been fined by the ICO and the maximum fine in the future could reach £ 2,500,000. Garner products ensure your data is unrecoverable.   e-Health Week



April 2017 : Government organisations purchase further Police Duplicators.

    With a number of Government organisations purchasing further AGX "Police Duplicator" units we are pleased to announce a new firmware revision. This release is for both versions of "Police Duplicator", the Cube and the MiCK. The Cube is a standalone Media to CD/DVD duplicator providing efficient duplication of many formats with speed and accuracy. The MiCK ( or Mini Cube Kit ) provides the same standard of duplicating with the advantage of portability.



March 2017 : AGX attend the Security And Policing 2017 Show at Farnborough.

    Once again AGX attended the Security And Policing 2017 show 2017 at Farnborough International Exhibition And Conference Centre, Hampshire. We were present under then banners of Biometrics & Imagery, Forensic Services And Information Technology. On display were the latest Mitsubishi model as well as the tried and tested standard forensics printer. GBlabs supplied their latest FastNAS model and we also demonstrated the garner destroyer. A good show in all respects.



February 2017 : Global healthcare company continues to invest in Microtek scanners.

    A well known global healthcare company continues to invest in further purchases of Microtek Professional 9800XL scanners. Having bought units over a number of years, our long term customer has ordered a number of additional units of these unsurpassed scanners. Microtek's ScanMaker 9800XL Plus is an A3 scanner specifically designed for the professional who requires exceptional image quality. An optical dynamic range of 3.7 Dmax delivers accurate colour, superb shadows and with a true optical resolution of 1600 dpi scanning captures a tremendous amount of detail allowing scans to be printed perfectly.



January 2017 : UK Association of Fire Investigators Photo Competition.

    Following the great interest in 2016, AGX in association with MediaFiler DAM software were again sponsors of the United Kingdom Association of Fire Investigators photo competition. The UKAFI currently has nearly 1000 members, and has representations from the fire service, law enforcement, forensic scientists, fire investigators, and forensic science academic establishments. This year's winners were - General Fire Scene : Andrew Fox , Investigator at Work : Mike Burroughs and Close up and forensic : James Acott.



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