Advanced Oncotherapy (AVO) Selects RayStation for the First LIGHT System in Central London

Source: https://www.prnewswire.com/news-releases/advanced-oncotherapy-avo-selects-raystation-for-the-first-light-system-in-central-london-300676566.html

The UK based developer of next generation proton therapy technology, Advanced Oncotherapy plc (AVO), has selected RayStation as its treatment planning system for the first LIGHT (Linac Image Guided Hadron Technology) system at the proton therapy facility under construction at Harley Street in central London. Users at the clinic will have access to the full spectrum of RayStation’s functionality.

AVO and RaySearch have entered into a collaboration agreement to support the LIGHT system fully. The LIGHT system is a modular proton therapy system based on innovative technology, developed in a collaboration between the TERA project and CERN in Geneva, Switzerland. The heart of the system consists of a treatment room integrated with a linear accelerator, which accelerates protons to energies suitable for radiation therapy of cancer. The entire system is designed for cost effectiveness and low maintenance and has several key features, such as multiple spot sizes and fast energy switching time.

The order of RayStation for Harley street gives the users access to the full spectrum of RayStation’s functionality, including the fast proton Monte Carlo dose engine, robust 4D optimization, LET driven optimization, deformable registration, dose accumulation, plan adaptation, multi-criteria optimization and Plan Explorer for automatic plan generation.

Nicolas Serandour, AVO Chief Executive Officer, says: “We are thrilled to collaborate with RaySearch. RaySearch has established themselves as the technology of choice for light ion therapy treatment planning. As we bring our advanced particle therapy treatment technology into the field, it makes sense to have the most advanced treatment planning capability to complement it. We believe the synergetic combination is significant for optimizing patient care at our first proton therapy center in the renowned medical practice area of Harley Street, London.”

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