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Vietnam’s Bkav exports first AI View security cameras to US

Wednesday, November 18, 2020, 11:48 GMT+7
Vietnam’s Bkav exports first AI View security cameras to US
Bkav's AI cameras on a production line. Photo: Thu Hang / Tuoi Tre

Bkav, a Vietnam-based leading technology corporation, officially exported its first batch of AI View security cameras to the United States, the most demanding market in the world, on Tuesday.

After arriving in the United States, the Bkav cameras will be installed at the headquarters of Qualcomm Incorporated in San Diego, California.

The next batch is expected to be deployed in a large park in the U.S. by the end of the year.

In order to enter the United States market, the AI View cameras passed the tests to obtain an FCC certificate. 

This is a strict certificate issued by the Federal Communications Commission, applicable to electronic products and radio frequency emitting devices that are produced or sold in the United States. 

FCC certificates guarantee the products will be accepted in other markets as well.  

Aside from the FCC certificate, Bkav's AI cameras also meet the ONVIF standard, certifying that the products will be compatible with popular video management software systems in the world such as Milestone and Genetec.

“At the headquarters of Qualcomm, AI View will be present in a key project of its smart city deployment strategy. Bkav has got the first order after more than three months entering the United States,” Tommy Le, Bkav vice-president of business development in the United States, said in a statement.

“This is a huge step that affirms our capabilities and our product’s superiority. From here, we have the foundation to further develop in this market, aiming at the position of Top 5 leading camera manufacturers in the world."

In comparison to normal cameras, AI cameras help customers save costs for servers and transmission. 

AI-powered image data processing will be carried out in real-time and right at the cameras, which means there is no need to transfer data to servers, thereby minimizing latency in information processing and ensuring privacy for customers.

AI View cameras can perform such tasks as face recognition, people counting, social distance, face mask detection, fire detection, automatic number-plate recognition, and car parking space detection.

The price of Bkav AI cameras is 20 percent more competitive than the products of famous manufacturers from Europe, according to PR Newswire -- a leading global provider of news and earned media software and services.

Alongside the United States, Bkav is promoting a series of AI camera projects in India, Mexico, Malaysia, Vietnam, and some other countries. 

In India, Bkav is participating in projects on toll stations, smart cities, smart schools, and smart lakes.

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