News | Radiation Dose Management | April 09, 2024

Next-Generation X-Ray Badge Features Advanced Technologies for Increased Occupational Radiation Safety, Convenience, and Compliance

The InstadoseVUE wireless dosimeter from Mirion Dosimetry Services

The InstadoseVUE wireless dosimeter from Mirion Dosimetry Services, a Mirion Medical company. This next-generation wearable radiation monitoring device (X-ray badge) enables users to monitor their individual radiation exposure more quickly, accurately, reliably, and with greater control. (Photo: Business Wire)


April 9, 2024 — Mirion Dosimetry Services, a Mirion Medical company, today announced commercial availability of its innovative new Instadose®VUE wireless dosimeter. The next-generation wearable radiation monitoring device (X-ray badge) enables users to monitor their individual radiation exposure more quickly, accurately, reliably, and with greater control.

Featuring advanced wireless, processing, and communication technologies, the InstadoseVUE device provides more stable and reliable connectivity, faster dose communication and data transmissions, and increased battery life of up to five years. In addition, a new electronic display enables wearers to see and know much more – via on-screen device status and dose communication insights.

“Launching the InstadoseVUE dosimeter signifies more than just the release of a product; it embodies our vision to redefine radiation safety in workplaces. This innovation is about delivering immediate, precise, and accessible exposure monitoring to the millions relying on our technology for their safety,” says Lou Biacchi, President of Mirion Dosimetry Services. “This reflects our continuous drive for innovation and our commitment to transforming occupational health and safety protocols.”

Increased Compliance & Control

The InstadoseVUE wireless dosimeter captures, transmits, measures, analyzes, and reports radiation dose exposure anytime, anywhere. With no need to mail badges back and forth every wear period, the InstadoseVUE approach eliminates the time-consuming collection-return-redistribution processing cycle of traditional dosimetry badges.

Key features include:

  • Remote, wireless transmission of dose data in seconds
  • On-demand and automatic calendar-set dose reads
  • Immediate access to dose results online (current and historical)
  • Automated notifications when dose limits are exceeded
  • Online reassignments to ease administration of staff turnover (no need to mail dosimeters back)
  • Daily exposure tracking to pinpoint high dose exposures and anomalies
  • Electronic display screen for expanded user visibility, engagement, and compliance
  • Recyclable and sustainable design to minimize environmental impact during product lifecycle

“The InstadoseVUE wireless dosimeter is not just for radiation workers and medical imaging personnel,” says Bart LeClou, VP of International Sales for Mirion Dosimetry Services. “It's a revolutionary safeguard with the power to reassure individuals working in environments where natural or manufactured radiation is a risk. It helps workers know their health and safety are guarded, with the most advanced radiation detection and dosimetry monitoring technologies available.”

For more information: www.mirion.com


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