The leading Vietnamese technology corporation, Bkav, officially exported the first batch of AI View security cameras to the US, the most fastidious market in the world, on November 17.
Bkav cameras will be installed at the headquarters of Qualcomm Incorporated in San Diego, California.
The next batch of Bkav security cameras is expected to be installed at a large park in the US by the end of this year.
Bkav AI View cameras have passed all relevant tests and were provided with FCC labelling that is employed on electronic products manufactured or sold in the US which certifies that the electromagnetic interference from the device is under the limits approved by the Federal Communications Commission. The FCC label is also a guarantee for electronic products to enter other markets.
Bkav cameras also meet ONVIF standards, certifying that the product can communicate with other popular video management software systems such as Milestone and Genetec.
“At the headquarters of Qualcomm, AI View will be present at a key project in the smart city deployment strategy of this group. Bkav got its first order after more than three months since entering the US market. This is a remarkable stride forward affirming our capabilities and our product’s superiority. From here, we have the foundation to further develop in this market, towards the position of a Top 5 leading camera manufacturers in the world,” said Tommy Le, Bkav Vice President of Business Development in the US.
Bkav is also promoting a series of AI camera projects in India, Mexico, Malaysia, Vietnam and other countries.
This article was originally published on Nhan dan