About Us

We convert real-time video into useful information.

You can search the entire Web in 50 milliseconds. Why can't you know what’s happening in video without hours of manual review?
That question inspires Camio to enable a new generation of applications that use machines to see and understand the real world.

Camio is the real-time video search and alerting platform that works with all cameras.

Using Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, Camio recognizes what’s important. So organizations can protect people and profits with 50x efficiency.

We’re empowering the security industry to shift from evidence collection to protective security while radically reducing costs. We’re helping companies better understand their customers and their operations — free from the proprietary lock-in and slow release cycles of systems that can’t grow with your needs.

Leading companies in manufacturing, biotech, retail, real estate, higher education, and finance all choose Camio to power their video surveillance across 35 time zones.


Carter Maslan

CEO, Director

Before starting Camio, Carter was Director of Product Management at Google, where he brought us Local Search in Google Maps, Google Earth, Google Mobile and Web Search. Previously, he was Director of Technical Evangelism at Microsoft, and Director of Product Management & Marketing at Inktomi via the acquisition of Impulse Buy Network. He earned his BSE in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science from Princeton University.

Richard Ling


Richard Ling is Managing Partner at Palm Venture Studios. He is a seasoned repeat entrepreneur who was also founding General Partner of Rembrandt Venture Partners based in Menlo Park.

M-K O’Connell


Michael-Kevin (M-K) O’Connell is Managing Director of M2O, Inc. M-K was previously a Manager with L.E.K. Consulting, where he led project teams across a diverse range of industries and business issues. Before L.E.K., M-K helped develop an industry-leading CRM and data management solution for commercial real estate as the Director of Research for CB Richard Ellis in New England.