PIPSpro Software Stereotactic Module

PIPSpro Software’s Stereotactic Module automatically analyzes ball marker images from portal imaging systems to determine isocentricity.

Precise QA for Stereotactic Radiosurgery

PIPSpro Software’s Stereotactic Module allows you to use your portal imaging systems to acquire the images of the ball marker and then automatically analyze those images, determining the isocentricity. X,Y,Z shifts are reported with 0.1 mm accuracy

Features & Benefits

Easy and Accurate Winston-Lutz Tests

Automatically analyze Winston-Lutz test images and verify machine isocentricty within 0.1 mm accuracy.

Unique Auto-Load Feature

With the Auto-Load feature analysis of Winston-Lutz images can be accomplished in seconds. Simply choose the folder that holds your images and click OK, the PIPSpro stereotactic module takes care of the rest.

Track and Trend Results

Your results are saved with the built-in SQL database and the included trending module will alert you to any variations in your system that require your attention.

Specifications

PIPSpro Software Stereotactic
Operating System Windows 7 (SP1) or better
Windows 8.1 (SP1) or better
Windows 10 (SP1) or better
.NET 4.0 or better
Processor Intel® or AMD®, 1 GHz or greater
Memory 1 GB (3 GB recommended)
Hard Drive 3 GB free space for software installation.
Sufficient space to store image data files.
5 GB or greater if installing SQL Server Express
on the install host.
Screen Resolution 1152×864 XGA+(4:3)
1600×900 (16:9) or higher
16 bit HiColor or greater
CD-ROM Drive 2X speed or greater
Product Standards CE, Designed to meet IEC 60601-1-4
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