The company said its AI-powered cameras were developed after more than a year of research in collaboration with the US chipmaker Qualcomm.
Its security camera family consists of 39 different products, covering various segments from medium-range to high-end devices.
In March, Bkav inked a deal with OneScreen, a video conferencing solution provider and long-time partner of Qualcomm, to distribute its cameras in the United States.
Bkav Vice President Tommy Le said the company expects to conquer the US market soon and is working to become one of the top five camera makers in the world.
He noted that it is a great opportunity for Bkav as the US is one of the fastest-growing markets for security cameras while Chinese products are currently banned in the US and Europe.
The company said with the integrated AI technology, its cameras can process recorded images in real time without the need to transmit data to the server, helping to reduce processing delays and ensure customer privacy.
After the US, Bkav is planning to promote its surveillance cameras in Finland, India, Malaysia and Vietnam.