Commercial Use

We invite commercial entities to use 3D Slicer

3D Slicer’s License makes Commercial Use Available

  • 3D Slicer is a free open source software distributed under a BSD style license.
  • The license does not impose restrictions on the use of the software.
  • 3D Slicer is NOT FDA approved. It is the users responsibility to ensure compliance with applicable rules and regulations.
  • For details, please see the 3D Slicer Software License Agreement.

Commercial Partners

  • Ebatinca SL is an international technology company in Las Palmas, Spain focused on technology for sustainable development. Primary areas: ultrasound navigation and training, collaborative VR, research support, custom Slicer-based solutions.
  • Isomics uses 3D Slicer in a variety of academic and commercial research partnerships in fields such as planning and guidance for neurosurgery, quantitative imaging for clinical trials, clinical image informatics.
  • Kitware focuses on solving the world’s most complex scientific challenges through customized software solutions. The company has a long history of contributing to open source platforms that serve as the foundation of many medical visualization and data processing applications. Kitware helps customers develop commercial products based on 3D Slicer and has used the platform to rapidly prototype solutions in nearly every aspect of medical imaging.

3D Slicer Based Products and Product Prototypes

Many companies prefer not to disclose what software components they use in their products, therefore here we can only list a few commercial products that are based on 3D Slicer,

Allen Institute for Brain Science is developing Cell Locator, a Desktop application for manually aligning specimens to annotated 3D spaces. See more information on Kitware blog.
Polarean’s XENOVIEW VDP is an FDA-approved software built on 3D Slicer for visualization and evaluation of lung ventilation. See more information on Kitware blog.
Radiopharmaceutical Imaging and Dosimetry, LLC (RAPID) is developing RPTDose, a 3D Slicer-based application that streamlines and integrates quantitative imaging analysis and dose estimation techniques to guide and optimize the use of radiopharmaceutical therapy agents in clinical trials. See more information on Kitware blog.
SonoVol developed a whole-body ultrasound imaging system for small animals. This start-up company arose from research in the Department of Biomedical Engineering at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Their team is now part of Revvity, Inc. See more information on Kitware blog and on their product website.
Xoran Technologies, Image-guided Platform for Deep Brain Stimulation Surgery 1. See more information on Kitware blog.
Xstrahl is developing a Small Animal Radiation Research Platform (SARRP) that uses 3D Slicer as its front-end application for radiation therapy beam placement and system control. See more information on Kitware blog.