Get started by checking out the Arterys SDK and submitting your algorithm. Once your model is online, Marketplace users around the world can upload their own data and interact with your algorithm’s analysis in our US Class II FDA diagnostic viewer. Arterys will work with you during the handoff process, which usually takes 1–2 weeks.
By installing Arterys’s Edge service at your academic institution, you have the option to process large volumes of DICOM images to validate models in development. Unlock new opportunities to collaborate with other developers and researchers. Improve your model by gathering clinical feedback and new data to improve performance.
All you need to do is send a URL that points to a page with the information you provided about your model. Recipients can try your model with their own data by dragging and dropping images into their web browser. A link to the Arterys FDA-cleared clinical viewer with the results of your model’s analysis is delivered directly to a user’s inbox. There’s zero configuration, setup, or payment required. Users have the option to donate their data to a pool available to developers and researchers, which you may use to retrain and improve your model.
Members represent a wide variety of organizations, from leading academic institutions to venture-backed startups to independent community members who want to contribute to bringing this technology to clinical practice. The Arterys Marketplace community Slack group is a great place to meet new collaborators, scope projects, design multi-site studies, exchange datasets, and help others improve their models.
Arterys has received 7 FDA approvals, including the first for a deep learning–powered product, and its products are approved for use in over 100 countries. For FDA regulatory support Arterys supports 2 options:
To get started all you need to do is upload your model to the Arterys Marketplace (please see section above: Bring your models online).
Once your model is online, existing Arterys users at hospitals around the world can purchase access to high-volume analysis. And you get paid.