What do you think is the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin?
The second round of voting will take place from Tuesday, Sept. 22nd at 9am to Sunday, Sept. 27 at 5pm.
How to Vote:
- Select the product that you think is the Coolest Thing Made in Wisconsin – don’t forget to look through the nominees on all seven pages!
- Once on your favorite product’s page, click “Vote Now!”
- Fill in your email address and click “Verify Vote.”
- Check your email and click the link to confirm your vote!
- Come back tomorrow and do it again.
You can view all the nominated products by scrolling through the pages below, and you can learn more about each product by clicking on it. The products are listed below in alphabetical order by company.
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Product: CyberKnife® S7™ System
Company, Location: Accuray Incorporated - Madison
Description: The world’s only fully robotic radiation delivery system is now faster than ever, minimizing the time patients spend in daily treatments and making it possible for physicians to treat more patients each day. The CyberKnife® S7™ System is the next-generation CyberKnife platform, a non-invasive treatment for cancerous and benign tumors, and neurologic disorders. Contrary to the name, the CyberKnife System doesn’t involve a knife, but rather delivers high-doses of radiation accurately and precisely to tumors almost anywhere in the body, typically in as little as 15 minutes, in just one to five sessions. The CyberKnife S7 System uses a robot that bends and moves around the patient, so it can approach the tumor from potentially thousands of unique angles, significantly expanding the possible positions from which radiation beams can be delivered and providing a treatment that is custom-designed for each person. The more angles and points in space from which to approach the tumor, the better the ability to sculpt the radiation beams to avoid critical anatomical structures. The system’s artificial intelligence (AI)-driven technology tracks, detects and adapts for tumor motion or patient movement in real-time throughout the delivery of radiation. This keeps the radiation beam precisely on target, automatically, throughout the treatment without repositioning the patient or the treatment couch. The result is a radiation treatment delivered with sub-millimeter precision and accuracy, which helps minimize unwanted radiation to surrounding healthy tissue.