Mirion solutions for spectroscopy and count room software assist with alignment of workflow and productivity by managing all aspects of counting, calibration and QA as well as supporting security, reporting and auditing needs. The same core count room software can also be used for in vivo and in situ applications.
Apex-Gamma software integrates the gamma counting system with the complete operation of the laboratory – replacing what are typically manual and off-line processes with built-in, tightly integrated seamless functionality.
Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software is a comprehensive environment for data acquisition, display and analysis of gamma and alpha spectrometry data.
The Genie 2000 Gamma Analysis Software package includes a set of advanced analysis algorithms for further processing of gamma spectra acquired via the Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software.
Genie 2000 Quality Assurance Software offers comprehensive capabilities to monitor the performance of the spectroscopy system.
The Genie 2000 Interactive Peak Fit Option provides the spectroscopist with a tool to review the results of automatic peak search programs and make adjustments in those results as necessary. This capability is particularly useful where complex spectra are encountered.
ProSpect® software is an intuitive, but extremely versatile, software package for the acquisition and low complexity analysis of gamma spectroscopy data. Simplicity of use allows ProSpect to be operated with minimal training by a broad range of users.
Combining the detector characterization produced with the MCNP modeling code, mathematical geometry templates, and a few physical sample parameters, the LabSOCS Calibration Software gives you the ability to produce accurate quantitative gamma assays of most any sample type and size.
With OpenEMS software, you effortlessly combine the results of radioisotopic analysis with release point monitors and perform all required RETS/ ODCM calculations from a single software package.
Genie Bridge Spectrum Viewer is the ideal way to achieve advanced spectroscopic analysis with the GR1 and SIGMA family detectors.