Support and resources

Answers to your questions and more about our products and their use cases



  • Can I import images from an existing image database?

    Images can easily be imported into AOS Anterior for analysis using the AOS crop feature, which operates just like the Windows Snipping tool. Example: open image you want to analyse, using your existing image capture software > select Crop function on the AOS interface > drag the cursor over your chosen image or area of interest > hey presto your image is now imported. Of course, you can also browse for your images using the File menu

  • How often is the system updated?

    The system automatically checks for any available updates every few days or when it is next opened. You will receive notification of any major new releases or features

  • Can I export analysed images or my patient reports to my EHR or PMS?

    Analysed images can be saved independently or as part of a patient report (pdf) either on your local PC or network. You can then import them into your Patient Management System. We are currently working with PMS providers to automate this process

  • What image file types can I analyse?

    AOS Anterior will load and analyse most common image types including: BMP, DIB, JPG, JPE, PNG, PBM, PGM, PPM, SR, RAS, TIFF, TIF, EXR, jp2

  • My computer is asking for permission to install Anterior, what should I do?

    You may need to contact your system administrator to allow the installation as your computer may be sitting behind a firewall, or you may not have the correct user permissions to install applications. This is not a problem with the software, it simply means your computer has some safeguarding in place and your IT team has done their job correctly!

  • Is there a minimum hardware requirement for AOS Anterior?

    If your PC is running MS Windows 7 or 10 (.net 4.7 framework minimum), AOS Anterior should run just fine  


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