Portable Ultrasound for



Ultrasound research systems are typically large and bulky, and most devices used are better suited for diagnostics than for research due to their complex operation and limited data collection interfaces. Clarius ultrasound scanners provide a mobile solution for conducting research and data acquisition, with multiple raw data formats, a streaming API, and 3D positional information, researchers can gain access to much more data than just the images. All Clarius scanners are enabled with the HIPAA-compliant Clarius Cloud for simple and powerful data management.

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  • Clinical Indications

    Ultrasound is one of the only imaging modalities to provide real-time feedback, and with Clarius scanners enabled for research, images and raw data can be collected for further analysis and measuring physiological parameters not seen with other modalities. IMT and FMD for vascular health, aortic measurements for AAA screening, the use of power Doppler for Arthritis, or attenuation measurements for liver health are just a few examples of how using Clarius can help expand diagnoses into these clinical areas.

  • Quality Controlled Data Acquisition

    Clarius Scanners have fully automated imaging workflows that require minimal user intervention, making deployment for large clinical studies simple and allowing for operator independence and reproducible results. Through our innovative AI tools for automated TGC and parameter adjustment, study coordinators can focus on the clinical data without worrying about discrepancies from operator variance.

  • Data Analysis

    All images and raw data get securely uploaded to the HIPAA-compliant Clarius Cloud where additional measurement, analysis, and reporting can be performed. Clinical trials spanning global institutions can be easily setup as the data will be available for analysis through the portal anywhere in the world.

Ultrasound that travels with you

Take ultrasound with you anywhere. The Clarius Scanner weighs about a pound. It can pair with most phones and tablets, making it an ultraportable ultrasound machine.

Raw Data Collection

Clarius offers raw data packages that allow for the collection of RF, IQ, and B-mode signals, as well as the ability to obtain 3D inertial measurement unit information for potential volumetric reconstruction.


Clarius Cloud
Clarius App on an iPhone

Cloud Access

Exams can be accessed from Clarius Cloud anywhere in the world. It's HIPAA-compliant and gives access to captured images, cine-loops, and raw data.

Clarius C3 handheld ultrasound scanner

C3 Curved

Our Clarius C3 Scanner can go from scanning the abdomen, to the heart, to extremities without changing devices. 
Clarius L7 linear wireless ultrasound scanner

L7 Linear

The Clarius L7 Scanner supports needle visualization.

Ultrasound image on a smartphone

High resolution

The Clarius Scanner produces top image quality that no other handheld can compete with.

Clinical Images

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The portability, ease of use, and the high-quality imaging is what I love about the Clarius Scanner. As an engineer, I like their research package. With the availability of the raw data, a streaming API and 3D positional information, I am able to build custom software to reconstruct 3D images. The technical support and development team is excellent in response to user questions and demand. I recommend the unit to both clinical staff colleagues and researchers.

Edmond Lou, PhD., P.Eng

Edmonton, AB, Canada


The wireless Clarius ultrasound imaging device offers perfect features for application at flexible robotic systems like the KUKA LBR iiwa 7. The new research interface is of great help to facilitate the project work and a feature that conventional Ultrasound systems do not provide.

Johann Berger, Michael Unger, and Andreas Melzer

ICCAS, Leipzig, Germany