Cybersecurity firm Bkav has exported its first batch of security cameras to the U.S., furthering its ambition to become a top-five camera manufacturer worldwide.
Its AI View security cameras will be installed at the headquarters of technology giant Qualcomm Incorporated in California, Bkav said in a statement.
“From here, we have the foundation to further develop in this market, aiming at becoming a Top 5 camera manufacturer in the world,” said Tommy Le, Bkav Vice President of Business Development in the U.S.
The Bkav cameras are capable of recognizing faces, doing headcounts, measuring social distancing, determining whether someone is wearing a face mask or not, finding a parking spot, detecting fires, and unauthorized intrusions.
The company says its cameras are priced around 20 percent lower than similar products of famous European manufacturers.
Bkav is currently working on a series of camera projects in India, Mexico, Malaysia, and Vietnam.
Another batch of AI View cameras are set to be installed in a large park in the U.S. by the end of the year, the company said.