Confidence and Efficiency in Radiation Therapy Treatment Planning

Enhancing Confidence and Efficiency

Whether you are looking to enhance your workflow in a busy radiation therapy department, want to implement efficient adaptive therapy processes, or need superior accuracy in planning for proton therapy, we can help you with the transformation you require.

Our specialist team works with leading academic institutions to provide applications that address the most time-consuming clinical tasks. At the core of this are Mirada’s proven innovative algorithms such as the DLC (Deep Learning Contouring) and DIR (deformable image registration) algorithms.

Mirada’s radiation therapy imaging workstation, RTx™, and intelligent automation platform, Workflow Box™, are bringing automation and ease of use to the radiation therapy planning process.

Our software is vendor-neutral and can be configured to support your specific workflow.

Contact us to arrange a consultation, or download our radiotherapy brochures:

Adaptive Therapy

Modern radiotherapy treatment techniques utilize frequent imaging during the course of a radiotherapy treatment. For example, daily cone beam CT imaging used to assess and account for anatomical changes such as tumor response and weight loss.

Usually, this requires you to perform complex and time-consuming tasks. Therefore, Mirada has worked with leading academic institutions to design software that simplifies and speeds up adaptive assessment and decision making, as well as key steps within the replanning process.

Clinical needs addressed by Mirada’s software for adaptive therapy:

  • Adaptive Assessment: Propagate structures and dose from a planning CT to any number of day-of-treatment CBCTs for quick visual assessment and quantified response analysis with a single click
  • Assessing Dose Thresholds: Combine the previously-delivered dose with the planned dose for quick assessment of organ/target dose coverage with a single click.
  • Zero-Click Recontouring: Reduce contouring time drastically with Zero-Click™ Automation.
  • Registration Quality Assurance: Assess dose plans across timepoints for adaptive therapy or re-treatment planning with a deformable image registration (DIR) algorithm that offers anatomically plausible deformations in low-contrast regions.

Stereotactic Radiotherapy


Unlike conventional radiotherapy where a patient receives smaller doses of radiation each day over multiple weeks, stereotactic radiotherapy is a more focused technique, which uses high doses of radiation typically in one to five sessions.

Because of the dose fractionation and the tighter margins used, precision and accuracy are especially important when using stereotactic protocols.

Clinical needs addressed by Mirada’s applications for stereotactic radiotherapy:

  • Intelligent Contouring: Drastically reduce contouring time with Zero-Click™ Automation.
  • 4D Autocontouring: Utilize 4D autocontouring for organs-at-risk and ITV to save time.
  • DIR Accuracy: Use highly accurate image registration for target contouring, autocontouring, adaptive therapy assessment, and replanning.

Proton Therapy

Proton therapy and other forms of particle therapy are highly precise and conformal techniques. The physical characteristics and precise margins associated with particle therapy make it more sensitive to changes in targets or critical structures compared with conventional radiotherapy.

Because precision and accuracy are paramount, Mirada’s applications are well-suited for particle therapy treatment planning and assessment.

Clinical needs addressed by Mirada’s applications for particle therapy:

  • Accuracy: Be assured of the accuracy of target contouring, autocontouring, adaptive therapy assessment and replanning when using Mirada’s targeted registration algorithms.
  • Mixed Planning Techniques: Combine previously delivered dose with a proton treatment plan with a single click.
  • Zero-Click™ Automation: Drastically increase efficiency for clinical tasks such as contouring.