How Nokta Invenio works. Let’s appreciate a smart machine!

No one will argue that the Turkish manufacturer was the first to make a smart metal detector? Not Fisher, not Minelab, to say nothing of Garrett in that respect. It was those impudent newcomers that have grabbed a decent MD market share from some manufacturers. Take a look at how a Nokta Invenio, the first smart machine, works.

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2 Responses to How Nokta Invenio works. Let’s appreciate a smart machine!

  • Somehow it did not convince me. And who will dig?

  • I think they could make a pretty strong argument that this technology has existed and been available for some time now and is not what they have in mind for an integrated smart detector. The CTX-3030 with its Target Trace is about the closest we have to a smart detector. Don’t get me wrong, the invenio is a nice setup, but it’s not integrated and not for the hobby market. The technology does exist to make a compact integrated unit, and it will be the folly of Nokta/Makro to have attempted to introduce this to niche and specialty markets before the hobby market. The door is still wide open for what First Texas has cooking.

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