Run multiple apps on different cameras
Increase camera functionality by re-equipping cameras whenever required
Integrate with any end-point
The Azena platform enables innovation for surveillance cameras.
lines of code in our OS
Which camera is right for you? Cameras in all major form factors run our common and secure OS - including dome, bullet, pan-tilt-zoom, and box cameras.
Apps to help retailers improve store layout. Apps to improve traffic flow. Apps to streamline airport crowd flow. And many more. All available in our open Application Store and ready to be installed in minutes.
Get an instant overview of all of your cameras and manage all your apps through our device management. You can also get analytics for app performance and business KPIs help you to keep improving.
Which camera is right for you? Explore the range of cameras that run our open OS and select the one that works best for you.
Trial apps to understand how they perform in your environment - and revolutionize your camera system today.
Quickly and simply install the apps you need on your cameras. No need for lengthy waits or installation processes.
Get an instant overview of your cameras and apps through our sophisticated Device Management.
This is the first time since the analog that we have a standard in this industry. […] Tech companies will jump on this to sell their apps onto the cameras for all different things.
Using a software solution for the open camera platform of the Bosch startup Azena, these cameras can detect whether the number of people in a shop complies with the prevailing coronavirus restrictions.
Companies like Azena with its IoT platform and Application Store, [...], are revolutionizing the video surveillance industry by bringing a new generation of software-driven solutions to the market.
...with the Application Store going from zero to 70 apps in one year, it’s clear that many users, SIs, developers and manufacturers see the benefits of an open, standardised system like the one Azena has developed.
Market players can mix and match apps from the Azena Application Store or develop software apps to create a novel solution.
Launched less than two years ago, Azena, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Bosch, continues to show the industry what is possible with an app-based approach to surveillance.