by Gus Iversen
, Editor in Chief | August 04, 2023
Handheld point-of-care ultrasound company Butterfly Network has released a third party software development kit so that others can develop software for its devices, a step toward opening its own AI marketplace.
The SDK can be leveraged by AI software developers, medical device companies building ultrasound into their platforms, and telemedicine companies adding ultrasound into their virtual care workflows.
The kit will allow developers to utilize Butterfly’s platform to build custom applications that can be commercialized to Butterfly’s customer base. In time, the company plans to open “Butterfly Garden”, an AI marketplace where new apps will be hosted for Butterfly users to discover and purchase the latest AI capabilities.
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"Our aim with Butterfly Garden is to create the premier destination for hosting new and exciting AI innovation in imaging,” said Darius Shahida, chief strategy and business development officer, Butterfly Network. “With this marketplace, we open the gates to easier distribution and scaling of AI solutions from developers who share our vision for bringing impactful technology to all of our customers, and ultimately, to patients worldwide.”
Butterfly’s SDK is meant for developing AI solutions that ease the image acquisition process, bring ultrasound into new clinical environments, and provide learner and student competency support.