Dosimetric Detection simulator DosiCase®

SKU: DOSICASE

A partir de 25000,00 HT

Dosimetric Detection Simulator for radiation awareness training

  • DosiCase® is the first real time dosimetric integration simulator using connected object wich reproduce radiocative sources and dosimeters monitored on Ipad
  • DosiCase® is a standalone training tool that includes all the necessary materials to raise awareness among personnel at risk for radiation during mandatory trainings of nuclear industry.
  • Using networked device interconnectivity, DosiCase® is equipped with personal dosimeters,
    gamma radiation emission sources and a radiation monitor.
  • All these devices are controlled from a touch-screen tablet that allows you to configure maximum doses for each dosimeter and the dose rate for each source.
  • During the training, the dosimeters react to the sources and display the integrated doses until an alarm is set off.
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    Product Description

    Dosimetric Detection simulator for radiation awareness training

    • DosiCase® is a standalone training tool that includes all the necessary materials to raise awareness among personnel at  risk for radiation during mandatory trainings of nuclear industry.
    • Using networked device interconnectivity, DosiCase® is equipped with personal dosimeters,  gamma radiation emission sources and a radiation monitor.

    A very realistic and completely configurable simulator

    • In order to meet the widest range of needs, DosiCase® was designed to allow instructors to create their own scenarios.
    • Each dosimeter device is assigned to a team to monitor the doses of an individual, team, or a whole site.
    • The dosimeters can be configured to set off an alarm if the subject exceeds an individual dose level.
    • The instructor of the training course can then decide to withdraw the concerned dosimeter, continue the training session in overdose  situation, or re-set the dose to zero and repeat the scenario.
    • Each source can emit a different dose rate and is active for one, several, or all the dosimeters that it detects.
    • Each dosimeter reacts to the cumulative dose rate from each source and sets off an alarm that stops when the subject is no longer exposed to the maximum programmed dose rate.
    • The radiation monitor can measure this dose rate and shows the influence of distance on the ionizing integration.
    • One of the functions also adjusts the radioactive decay to a 1/d or 1/d2 slope.

    This basic pack contains:

    • • 8 dosimeters (mix-and-matchable card or case-type)
      • 4 gamma emission sources
      • 1 radiation monitor (optional)
      • 1 touch-screen tablet

    All the devices are stored in a transportable case that plugs inand recharges wirelessly

    DESCRIPTION OF USE AND  ADVANTAGES FOR SIMULATOR DOSICASE®

    Create your own scenarios and save them

    • Define the number of sources, dosimeters and radiameters,
    • Definine the initial rate dosis, permanent or the maximum rate or your source,
    • Define for each studentthe sources that comunicate with each personal dosimeter,
    • Create your own scenario  : ambiance, hot spot investigation, radioprotection or emergency situation.

    Use the control screens to modify the scenario in real time

    • The instructor can follow the cumulative dose and instant dose rate detected by the dosimeters for each learner in real time.
    • Different colour graphics and cursors allow for easy viewing of the current operations.
    • Each alarm level is also adjustable in terms of colors, maximum doses, dose rate alarms, initial doses for each, and more…
    • The instructor is also able to remotely turn off the display of one or many dosimeters in order to simulate a hardware failure or set off any or all of the alarms.

    Touchscreen for immediate feedback

    • At the end of the simulation all the information is saved in the tablet.
    • Each scenario is shown as curves of both the cumulative dose and the instantaneous dose rate.
    • In this way, the instructor can immediately explain the radiological consequences of the learners’ choices and recommend actions to minimise integrated doses. Each scenario is printable in a pdf file.