Tuya Smart further strengthens the Latin American IoT market with cloud clients

Tuya Smart , an IA + IoT developer platform, announced that it will continue to explore the Latin American market during the GSMA Thrive Latin America IoT session , along with its ecosystem partners Tecnolite Connect and Nexxt Solutions to streamline connectivity and the smart device industry through IoT and cloud technologies.

“So far, Tuya has partnered with dozens of companies in Latin America, including Lloyd’s, Steren, GHIA, Taurus, Positivo, Multilaser, and Geonav, to help them innovate and transform their business models to become smart business leaders; Furthermore, “Tecnologia de Tuya” thus becomes a symbol of smart products in the region, “says Johnny Lu , general manager of Tuya Latin America, Middle East, and Africa.

“On Amazon’s e-commerce platform in Mexico and Brazil, smart products have become top sellers, with Lloyd’s as the top seller in the smart lamp category. We also work directly with retailers and operators, such as Sodimac and Claro Colombia, to collaborate intensively with them in the development of the IoT market. “

In addition to helping clients launch smart products, Tuya also aims to support business partners to develop their own custom PaaS and SaaS solutions using Tuya’s cloud developer platform, such as smart hotels, smart departments, and security. smart. For example, it has helped Lloyd’s with the integration of smartphone technology into its products, such as the ability to control its lighting or security solutions for mobile phone applications.

Geonav has now launched its own smart home brand and expanded its business boundaries to smart hotels and smart retail, with the expectation of launching smart business solutions for the needs of local businesses,

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