Pediatricians and general practitioners use ultrasound for diagnostic purposes in their office. Ultrasound is fast, reliable, safe, and is seen as the visual stethoscope of the 21st century. Standardized, high-quality examinations depend on the exact position of the transducer for transmitting and receiving the ultrasound beam. However, the correct plane defining the image cross section obtained from the patient is often difficult to achieve.Advanced technology might support physicians with feedback based on automated analyses of examinations by ultrasound. We will use the example of ultrasound-based diagnosis of developmental dysplasia of the hip (DDH) in newborns to suggest such an approach using Neural Networks.