Russia’s Rosatom State Atomic Energy Corporation has developed automated individual radiation dose monitoring system (AIRDMS), specially for the people working at different nuclear establishments.
AIRDMS is designed to receive, collect, process, register and provide information on the personnel’s radiation dose over time. This control should be carried out with the help of IRI (sources of ionization radiation) and to optimize work plans based on minimizing the dose costs, said a press release.
AIRDMS includes: individual and thermo luminescent dosimeters, automated system for monitoring and storing dosimeters for the personnel, as well as the software and hardware complex.
Special Research Institute for Instrument Manufacturing (SNIIP) presented its first electronic personal dosimeters, which will be used as a part of AIRDMS, during international atomic energy forum ATOMEXPO-2018, held in Sochi, Russia from May 14-16.
“This is an important step in manufacturing such a modern equipment, which fully complies with the international requirements,” said Kirill Krivosheev, First Deputy Director General of SNIIP.
SNIIP is the institute for developing and manufacturing instruments and systems to ensure nuclear and radiation safety at all nuclear facilities built by Rosatom for the last five decades. It is a concern of Atomenrgomash, machine building division of Rosatom.