Progress Report #3

As we get ready to celebrate the new year, we’d like to take this opportunity to reflect on what we’ve achieved in the year of 2018. VisionX was successfully incubated and launched in 2018, and started working with multiple business partners to design, develop and deploy industry AI solutions across industries. Even though there are ups and downs in the blockchain and crypto market , VisionX continues to focus on technical development and market outreach.

We won’t be where we are without the support of our community, and we really want to thank everyone of you for your contribution to VisionX. Thanks to your participation in the Memes competition, active discussions on social media platforms, and constructive feedback to the team, VisionX keeps growing, step by step.

We look forward to the opportunities in the industry AI world down the road, and will continue to pursue our mission of enabling cross-industry AI collaboration.

Thank you, and we wish you and your family a happy New Year!

Here’s our last progress report of 2018:

Marketing & PR

VisionX is invited to attend Nepcon2019, the largest Electronics R&D and Manufacturing Technology Expo from 1/16/2019 to 1/19/2019 in Japan.


Technical Development

VisionX has submitted its hardware to China Coal and Science Engineering Group to obtain the safety certificate of approval for mining products.


VisionX has met with medical device companies about developing AI solutions for recycling and sorting of medical devices. Along with hardware partners, VisionX has also discussed with clients about utilizing AI solutions to streamline the visual defect inspection of hexahedral surface during medical device manufacturing process.

Based on a Japanese manufacturing company’s data, VisionX has started developing customized AI solution for visual defect inspection.

Partnership and Investment

1. VisionX signed a strategic partnership with Anhui Sanlian University in October 2018. The two parties have recently taken a closer look at how VisionX’s AI solutions can benefit the current projects the University is working on, and agreed to start with training the model to detect whether a driver is crossing line when taking driver license test. The solution can potentially automate the detection process at 8,000+ driver license test centers.

2. Representatives from the coal mining safety department of Shenmu, Shanxi in China have recently reached out to VisionX to discuss about utilizing VisionX’s AI solution to improve coal mining safety of the 300 mines they have.

Tomasz Zieliński

Website Owner & Content Creator