Radiation Monitoring: On-The-Fly Syncing of Geo-localized Dose Rate for Real-time Insights

Modular connection to various measuring devices

Dynamic Dose Rate Mapping and Versatile Instrument Communication


The Route Monitoring Application is meticulously crafted for mapping measured dose-rate, boasting a modular design that enables the creation of additional interfaces for seamless communication with diverse measuring instruments and sensors. To ensure compatibility, measuring instruments are required to support RS232 or Bluetooth with Serial Port Profile.

Currently, we have successfully developed plugins for radiation dose rate meters, including:

  • AISense Gamma Type IV hotspot locator (collecting only dose rate, not the location vector),
  • Automess dose rate meters compatible with the base unit type 6150 AD (supported classical and LE (from RM V2.13) Bluetooth module),
  • Berthold LB 123 D-H10 Dose Rate Monitor (supporting all probes compatible with the base unit LB 1230 UMo),
  • Reuter Stokes cell RSS-131 ER and
  • Victoreen® 451P.
AISense Gamma Type IV
Interactive Visualization

Immersive Real-time Dose Rate Mapping with Interactive Visualization


Route Monitoring 2 offers an engaging real-time display of dose rate data on the map, with a measurement point added every second (if the measuring device supports such data rate), promoting interactivity. Distinct colors are assigned to measurement points based on their values and a predefined color scale. Users can also average data over a specific area and time to obtain more accurate information.

To ensure data accessibility and analysis at a later time, all captured data is securely stored in a local database. This local database feature empowers users to access, analyze, and export the recorded information at their convenience.

Interactive Graph

Efficient Dose Rate Analysis and Mapping with Route Monitoring 2’s Dynamic Graph Interface


Route Monitoring 2 offers a dynamic and real-time presentation of the measured dose rate data through a graphical interface. Users can quickly assess data by viewing it on a plot, enabling efficient analysis during measurements.

Furthermore, with a simple click, users can effortlessly correlate each data point on the plot to its corresponding measurement location, enhancing the overall visualization experience.

Easy Layout

Crafted for intuitive and interactive user experiences, the application boasts a seamless and user-friendly interface, facilitating swift data analysis and effortless data sharing.

Bridging the Gap

Designed for easy and interactive use, the application establishes an efficient communication bridge between Decision Makers and Field Teams.

Data Synchronization

Enable rapid data synchronization with the Decision-Makers’ Database, enhancing decision-making through real-time data utilization.

Dose Rate Alarm

Equipped to sound an alarm upon reaching a specified dose rate threshold.

Multilingual Support

Enhancing accessibility, Route Monitoring 2 is available in English, German, French and Slovenian, providing users with a seamless and user-friendly experience.

Export to various formats

Empower users with quick and easy measurement exports in CSV, XLSX, and KML formats. Additionally, facilitate seamless sharing across various platforms, including Dropbox, email, and more.

Offline mode

It supports complete offline operation. Maps can be preloaded in advance to function in the absence of a datalink, and measurements are stored in a local database. They can be synchronized with the server when an internet connection is available.

Exercise Ready

Route Monitoring 2 introduces a Simulation Module, enabling users to engage in realistic training scenarios by simulating virtual radioactive point sources in the field.

References

Our Clients


The first version of the Route Monitoring Application was launched in 2012, and was since being constantly improved by adding new functionalities and features. Some of the improvement ideas come from us, but mostly from our valuable customers:

  • ARAO – Agency for Radioactive Waste Management, Slovenia
  • SCK CEN – Belgian Nuclear Research Centre, Belgium
  • JSI – Jožef Stefan Institute (The Mobile Radiological Laboratory and Radiation Protection Unit), Slovenia
  • NEOC – National Emergency Operation Center of Switzerland, Switzerland
  • ZVD – Institute of Occupational Safety, Slovenia
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