LinacView™ Proactive Plan Delivery QA

Effortless plan delivery QA for every fraction of every treatment

Every Fraction of Every Treatment

Feel confident in plan delivery performance with immediate alerts and a powerful analysis performed within seconds of delivery.

Instantaneous QA

Check machine performance for every treatment and get alert notifications for clinically relevant events. Instantaneous results with saved analysis for future review.

Efficient Evaluation

Analyze, Track, and Trend Results. Calculate error indices, compare fluence, visually review planned versus logged leaf motion, and create 'Summary RT Plans".

Pre-Treatment QA

Comprehensive treatment delivery analysis done instantly and automatically without need of an external hardware-based solution. Modulation complexity scores allow comparison of competing plans and insight into problematic plan delivery.

Passively monitor all of your treatment machines for plan delivery accuracy

Automatically receive audible alerts, emails or text messages, when clinically-relevant events occur.

Effortlessly monitor:

  • • Jaw and Leaf Positions
  • • Couch Position
  • • Monitor Unit
  • • Gantry and Collimator Angles
  • • Beam Off Latency Time
  • • Delivered vs Planned Fluence


Plan QA for all Varian and Elekta LINACs including Unity and Halcyon

Evaluate logfile recorded versus planned parameters as well as fluence comparisons

Immediate Notification

Audible alarm in central location or emails/texts to physics staff for clinical event notification.

Powerful Analysis and Easy Installation

Visualize and trend treatment parameters. Predict future machine failures. No specialized computing hardware required.

LinacView Introduction Video

Get an in-depth look at LinacView.

LinacView is a powerful and versatile tool for logfile analysis. We use the results produced by this software for various applications such as: daily checking of a reference VMAT arc performed on each of our LINACs (for example, to detect when either gantry chain adjustment or leaf motor replacement is required), to investigate a diminished performance in our pre-treatment patient QA, to monitor LINAC performance during each fraction delivered to every one of our patients, to compare, in terms of DVH, the planned treatment and the "delivered" treatment recalculated on our TPS with an RT-plan file exported from LinacView which contains all log file data. For the last use mentioned, we greatly appreciate carrying out these comparisons on our TPS rather than on another TPS. Moreover, I believe that LinacView is a tool which fosters cooperation between manufacturers, medical physics and biomedical engineering departments.

Christophe Legrand, MD

Medical Physicist

LinacView is a great tool to indicate systematic errors, especially when the MLC or jaw position did not align well for several patients. I was able to use this tool to communicate with field service engineers and make a correction for our Linac. I am pleased with the performance of LinacView. 

Yu-Wen Chang, Ph.D.

Medical Physicist