Jan 11/EqualOcean/- Tuya Smart(涂鸦智能), a leading AIoT enterprise reveals a video doorbell and AI Pad at CES 2019. Besides, the company announced the partnerships with some of world-class partners.
The AI video doorbell employs artificial intelligence and facial recognition to identify family members, friends, couriers, property managers and even pets, who’s going to be added into a “whitelist” and sends corresponding responses to the homeowner’s mobile phone once the doorbell has been rung.
When it comes to an unidentified person detected in the vicinity, the doorbell will take action on its own and begin playing music or switch on the lights to alert homeowners.
The report Smart Home: Disrupting the Security Industry published by marketing research company Strategy Analytics pointed out that traditional and self-monitoring security system is substituted by innovative system gradually in the US. The North America home security system market reached a value of USD 3.9 billion in 2017, exhibiting a CAGR of 23% during 2010-2017. the market value is projected to reach USD 12.11 billion by 2023, registering a CAGR of 20.1% during 2018-2023, according to ResearchAndMarkets.com.
To debut its latest AI home security system at CES in the US, the company aims to educate users in a maturity market.
The product is supposed to coming out in May 2019, while it will face competitions from some big names like Google with its own face-scanning smart doorbell on the market, and Amazon potentially looking for a chance.
The second product is AI Pad which provides secure access and control of office buildings, and can be used for employee management, attendance system management and identification of employees, with a 99.7% accuracy rate. it’s a kind of sophisticated access control solution for smart buildings designed to extend biometric authentication beyond access points and to the broader building infrastructure, according to Mobile ID World.
As for partnerships, Tuya announced three new manufacturing strategic partners: TCP, a large-scale multinational lighting company; Simon China, a Chinese subsidiary of the European-based manufacturing company Simon Electric; and Silicon Labs, a NASDAQ-listed provider of silicon, software and solutions, which underscores the company’s mission to increase the fusion rate of traditional industries and innovative technology like IoT and AI.