RedBrick AI, a Healthtech startup, raises $4.6 million in funding from Sequoia India, Surge.
RedBrick AI, a health tech startup, has raised $4.6 million in funds from Sequoia India and Surge. The startup offers medical imagery annotations solutions to the healthcare industry. The Delaware headquartered SaaS startup has a subsidiary located in Pune that helps solve the issues related to its automated and semi-automated annotation tools.
Former SpaceX Hyperloop engineers Sharma and Derek Lukacs founded RedBrick AI in 2021. Shivam Sharma, RedBrick AI co-founder and CEO, said, “We facilitate making the annotations faster by up to 60% by utilizing its configurable workflow system, which works with medical imagery like X-Rays, CT scans, and ultrasound.”
Sharma also stated that RedBrick is building the foundation of AI in healthcare. The company plans to help the clinical team with everything from preparing data to algorithms for clearing FDA data.
Customers can access these tools via a web browser and integrate them with existing data storage systems like Google Cloud Platform, AWS, and Azure. RedBrick AI also offers semi-automated tools for annotating multifaceted 3D medical images.
The startup provides APIs that engineers can integrate with cloud solutions and clinical data stores.
Though the seven-member team of RedBrick AI is based in India, the company’s primary focus is on the U.S. and European markets. Germany’s biotech startup Orbem, Canada’s cancer and disease screening platform Prenuvo, Boston-based non-profit hospital, and physician network Mass General Brigham and Maharashtra’s radiology AI platform Deeptek are served by RedBrick AI.
(Edited by Rajeev Pillai)