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Tuya Smart AIoT Platform Helps Lighting Companies Create Smart Bulbs

By Ken Briodagh
May 15, 2018

According to a recent release, Tuya Smart, a global AI/IoT platform company, is delivering turnkey lighting solutions so manufacturers can more easily make a dumb device a smart one, production-ready in less than two weeks. Such bulb manufacturers as Philips, Feit, Geeni and Energize have incorporated the Tuya Smart platform into their smart lighting. The company is providing major retailers including Costco and Walmart with a smart product library of thousands of products.


With more than 10,000 customers in 200 countries around the world, Tuya Smart provides manufacturers with the WiFi module, smartphone app templates and access to the Amazon AWS or Alibaba Cloud.

The new LED bulbs from these top global manufacturers are designed to connect to a consumer’s WiFi network wirelessly and allow for a range of controls – turning a bulb from yellow to blue to red, or changing the hue of the light, as well as enabling time delays and all types of voice controls. The smart lighting solutions running on the Tuya platform can work with a variety of networking modes including WiFi, Bluetooth, Bluetooth Mesh, ZigBee and more. Smart bulbs driven by the Tuya platform are for every room in the house as well as in the garden.

“Tuya Smart is transforming standard lights to AI-powered products with high efficiency, helping manufacturers reap the benefits without having to make their own investments in IoT R&D,” said Jerry Wang, CEO, Tuya Smart. “With easy-to-adopt and cost-efficient smart business solutions, traditional lighting manufacturers can transform themselves into makers of smart home appliances. We look forward to working with more companies here in the U.S. to help create more smart appliances to make lives easier for consumers.”


Ken Briodagh is a writer and editor with more than a decade of experience under his belt. He is in love with technology and if he had his druthers would beta test everything from shoe phones to flying cars.

Edited by Ken Briodagh

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