2018 has been a whirlwind for us. We have had events across the globe, starting the year in San Francisco with our annual Deep Learning Summit, ventured to the east coast to Boston, flew across Asia to Hong Kong, ran in the rain in London, hopped across the pond to New York, braved the cold in Toronto, and rounded off the year in Space City, Houston. Along the way, we have had the pleasure to be joined by new & returning partners, learning about their latest technological advancements and how they are utilizing AI, deep learning and more, to bring changes within their respective industries.

We caught up with a few of our partners this year, to reflect on how the year has been for them and what they are planning for in 2019.


Founded in 2017, Lucds purpose is to make AI-powered solutions available to professionals and businesses of all shapes and sizes through efficient, scalable and secure platform solutions. Since their participation at the Deep Learning Summit in Boston this May, Lucd have recently included two groundbreaking features to the Lucd Platform. As Gartner states “By 2022, 20% of early adopters will use 3D input/output interfaces to replace traditional 2D/flat interactions”. Lucd is ahead of the curve with using the Unity Gaming engine to have a fully immersive 3D UI for interacting with your data, allowing you to fully immerse yourself into your company data.

“The RE•WORK Deep Learning Summit, Boston, delivered dozens of customer opportunities which equates to millions of dollars of to our sales pipeline.  At the same time, the RE•WORK event allowed us to gain instant feedback from the market and helped to shape our product roadmap.” Russ Loignon, SVP, Market Strategy

Deep Vision Data

Deep Vision Data is a division within Kinetic Vision, a product and technology R&D company based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Deep Vision Data specializes in the creation of synthetic training data for supervised and unsupervised training of machine learning systems such as deep neural networks. Since its launch, they have become the number one Google search rank for the keyword "synthetic training data". Deep Vision Data’s implementation of Extended Reality (XR), as means to train and test deep learning systems, is gaining traction in many vertical markets.

Deep Vision Data exhibited at the RE•WORK AI in Industrial Automation and Deep Learning for Robotics summits in San Francisco this past June.

“There we met with industry influencers, potential customers and fostered future business collaborations.” Richard Schweet, President


Since the AI Industrial Automation Summit in June 2018, Osaro has worked hard to market OsaroPick, their proprietary vision, and control automation software, to systems integrators worldwide—placing a special focus on tapping into markets for automated storage and retrieval systems (ASRS) and commerce fulfillment. In this time they have also launched a new product: Osaro FoodPick, an automation software package that can pick up food items in a variety of different settings, including environments where food is nonuniform or jumbled, and place them in designated areas on a food tray.

“Attending RE•WORK helped us accomplish these exciting business developments and improved our public exposure, making it easier for our recruitment team to attract candidates and helped us generate new customer leads.” - Tracy Nguyen, Director of Marketing & Operations

We are very excited for 2019 ahead, to be joined by a diverse range of exciting industry leaders and breakout startups, to learn about the latest technological advancements and its real-world applications. If you would like to be involved in RE•WORK events in 2019, don’t hesitate to reach out to Pip [email protected] for partnership opportunities.