Households in Nuclear Shadow Regions

One third of the US population, or roughly 100 million people, live in a nuclear shadow area. This means they are within a 50 mile radius of one of the 65 nuclear power plants in the U.S. While nuclear power plants are generally operated and monitored with stringent protocols, taking extra precautions to stay informed about potential risks provides peace of mind.


Frequent Flyers

As part of a flight crew, you're always on the go and always looking out for the safety and comfort of others. By using the Dosime device to effortlessly monitor your radiation exposure during flights, you have one less thing to worry about and can remain focused on the task at hand.


Medical Professionals

Today’s medical professionals enjoy fulfilling and rewarding careers, but radiation exposure remains a concern. The Dosime device provides full and effortless awareness of your exposure, so you can focus on your patients while taking charge of your own health.

100 Million
...US residents living in nuclear shadow regions.
620 Millirem
...average radiation dose US residents receive per year, of which half comes from natural background radiation.
96 percent
...Amount of human exposure to man-made radiation attributed to medical procedures. A chest x-ray, for example, typically gives a dose of about 10 millirem and a full-body CT gives a dose of 1,000 mrem.

Peace of mind. At a glance.

The Dosime device detects and reports real-time radiation exposure in its environment. The device was designed to address the challenges of healthy living amidst radiation - namely, that radiation can't be detected by the senses. We can't see, touch, smell, taste or feel it. The accompanying mobile app provides an immediate assessment of the radiation present in the homes, buildings and spaces we live, work and play that can potentially impact our health without our knowledge. The Dosime device empowers people and communities to protect themselves and each other.

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Studies show 82% of radiation exposure comes from natural radiation. Sources include soil, water, air as well as radioactive elements within the body.
The other 18% is man-made. Man-made sources include nuclear power generation, X-rays from medical procedures, nuclear medicine products for medical diagnostics and therapeutic applications, as well as products such as building materials.