PIPSpro™ Software Comprehensive TG-142 Imaging & Machine QA
An optimized workflow and automated analysis solution for your TG-142 QA test protocols.
PIPSpro™ Software Overview
Filmless, Quantifiable TG-142 QA
Specialized suite of phantoms allows for EPID-based QA in TG-142 recommended procedures, including:
- MV and kV imagers
- Cone-beam CT
- MLC QA tests
- Stereotactic (Winston-Lutz)
- Radiation Field/Light Field
- Star Shot analysis
- Save up to $2500/year in film by upgrading to EPID-based QA for TG-142 tests.
Easy Analysis, Trending and Reporting
- User-interface simplifies image analysis, data storage, historical trending and reporting to just a few clicks.
- A central hub allows for quick access to TG-142 QA results from multiple computers, departments or sites.
New Results Dashboard
- Overview of the last analysis results for a particular machine
- Pass, fail, and alert results
- Quick and easy review
More than 100 publications validate the performance of PIPSpro and its specialized phantoms with a variety of imagers.
PIPSpro Software/Computer Requirements
Operating SystemWindows® 10 Professional, 64 bit recommended
ProcessorDual Core, 1 GHz; Quad Core, 2 GHz Recommended
Memory32-bit OS: 2 GB, 4 GB Recommended 64-bit OS: 4 GB, 8 GB Recommended
Runtime Environment.NET 4.5.2
Hard Drive32 GB or greater, 3 GB free space for software setup. Sufficient space to store input image and/or MLC Log files. 5 GB free space if setting up a local copy of SQL Server Express; 25% free space recommended.
Screen Resolution1600×900 (16:9) or higher, 16-bit HiColor or greater
Optical DriveDigital Versatile Disc(DVD)
Virtual MachinesMust support WMI (Windows Management Instrumentation)
Database ManagementSQL Server 2014 minimum recommended
ConnectivityIPv4 LAN, 100 Mbit/s or greater
Imaging QA on CyberKnife® According to TG-135: A Practical Approach
An Investigation Into the Feasibility of Using PipsPro Software with Film for Linac QA
Planar KV Imaging Dose Reduction Study
Comparative Analysis and Constancy Check of Image Quality Parameters for Three Linear Accelerators Per TG 142 Protocol
Monitoring daily MLC positional errors using trajectory log files and EPID measurements for IMRT and deliveries
Initial Comparison of Three AM-SI EPIDs Using the QC-3V Phantom
Assessing Radiation and Light Field Congruence with a Video Based Electronic Portal Imaging Device
A Quality Control Test For Electronic Portal Imaging Devices
Clinical Use of Electronic Portal Imaging: Report of AAPM Radiation Therapy Committee Task Group 58
Quality Assurance Measurements of a-Si EPID Performance
An Intercomparison of Amorphous Silicon EPIDs of Different Type: Implications for Megavoltage Portal Imaging and Dose to Patient
Preliminary Evaluation of the QCkV-1 Phantom and CyberKnife Digital Flat Panel Detector Imager Response
Quality Assurance of the Imaging Subsystem G4 CyberKnife. Evaluation of the Flat Panel Imaging Characteristics
Characterising image quality for the Elekta XVI cone beam CT system: A local and multi-centre analysis
Nov 12th, 2020 / PIPSpro: TG-142 Made Easy
Oct 27th, 2020 / QA Fusion Part 2: PIPSpro
Jun 11th, 2020 / PIPSpro: Comprehensive TG 142 Imaging and Machine QA
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