VisionX builds products that empower business from startups to Fortune 500 companies see and interpret the world like the human eye through machine visionTalk To An Expert →
What We Do?
Our machine vision products and platform powers mobile, fixed, and wearables cameras to see the world like the human eye. Our solutions are deployed across industries to understand and describe the visual information from text, images, videos, barcodes, QR codes, and live scenes. Our proprietary algorithms and decision systems draw insights, establish baselines, and deliver real-time alerts and actions by a human or machine to enhance productivity, increase sales, reduce costs, and transform the experience for businesses and their end-users.View Portfolio →
PackageX machine vision enables a mobile phone or a wearable camera to see package and shipment labels like a human eye and beyond. Packagex powers warehouses, buildings, and package receiving facilities, raises the inbound and outbound tracking visibility, and automates the last-mile to last-yard of packages, delivery, inventory, and asset management.View PackageX →
Sight machine vision enables fixed cameras to understand, describe, and unlock visual insights. Sight powers physical retail stores, shopping malls, restaurants, and other industry verticals to understand camera 360° and trigger real-time alerts and actions.
Powering Global Business
Giving Your Business Sight
VisionX has filed for patent protection at the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for our innovative camera intelligence technology that uses machine learning to classify human behavior without facial recognition.
VisionX Fireside Chat: Featuring Wali Muhammad
Join VisionX and Wali Muhammad, Director at The Behavioral Skills Company for a fascinating Q&A session about high-performance organizations.
Smart Mailroom Management - The Proprietary Systems and Methods that Power PackageX
We hold a US patent for a unique, smart system that uses Optical Character Recognition (OCR) and proprietary machine learning algorithms to gather structured information from package labels and match them to individuals in the company's directory.