General Informations


Application Description

img-VIS arises from the need to have an agile computational tool always available for evaluating the Risk and the Hazard Index related to the atmospheric fallout effects of a plant under examination.
img-VIS develops calculations for risk analysis related to atmospheric fall-out concentration (measured or calculated) with a toxicological approach by developing the formulas provided by the ISPRA 2016 GUIDELINES on VIIAS and the ISPRA 2008 Methodological Criteria for specific site risk analysis.

  • Free use via email and password
  • Security account management
  • Up to 5 projects per account
  • Up to 10 receptors for each project
  • Automatic calculation of exposure levels
  • Evaluation of HI and R for each receptor
  • Conformity judgment on the obtained results

Services


Account

access in protected mode to test all the features of the software

Repository

Keep track of your work, up to 5 projects that can be stored for free

Easy Export

Easy export of results in editable format

Custom made

Developed by technicians for technicians





Restricted Area


Access to the web application img-VIS

Access to your reserved area with your unique username and password.
If you have't yet, ask for free account using the appropriate form; we will reply in 24 hours!

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Release notes - Version 0.1 [Beta version]


This Version 0.1 [Beta Version] is the first public release of the application img-VIS made in order to allow the execution of the Test phase of System functionality; it is therefore not to be considered exhaustive nor potentially free of bugs or calculation errors.
At the end of the subsequent planned development steps, the application will enter Production phase starting from the release of Version 1.0 and later .
Until that date, therefore, we advise against using it for professional purposes.


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