Automatic Custom Implant Design
ACID is a cloud-based platform for patient-specific implant templating and design.
Harness the power of population models and AI in your case planning.
Robust AI-powered Segmentation
Automatically segment patient anatomy from your CT scans. Metal artefacts and deformities are handled by our deep neural-networks. Just upload and leave it to us.
For a standalone segmentation service, please ask us about DeepSeg.
Intelligent Templating Engine
Our implant-templating engine uses statistical models of real-world populations to optimize component size and placement according to anatomical and surgical constraints.
Talk to us about adapting the engine for your components.
Intuitive 3D Customization
Our 3-D model viewer lets you fully customise designs. Move, resize, add, and remove components as you wish. The fully browser-based interface guides you through the planning process step by step without overwhelming you with controls.
Fully Browser-Based Platform
No software to install, everything runs in your browser using the latest web technology. Create, view, and manage your cases from anywhere on any device.
Built-in collaboration features allow multiple users to view, comment, modify, and approve designs.
Formus Labs harnesses the expertise and experience from the world-leading computational biomechanics lab at the Auckland Bioengineering Institute (ABI). Our team of engineers and scientists come from a diverse range of field including sports biomechanics, orthopaedics, finite-element modelling, medical image analysis, machine-learning, and 3-D web technologies.
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