Tuya Smart and Alipay launch digital solutions for business districts – Pandaily


Tuya Smart, an IoT development platform, and Alipay, an online payment platform owned by Alibabaheld a launch event in Hangzhou on Tuesday, announcing a hotel-centric digital business district solution.

At the event, Tuya Smart also launched a digital business district solution and its Hotel Bluetooth mesh solution. Additionally, for the hospitality industry, the company launched the industrial version of its voice speakers and dashboard products. In the future, voice speakers and dashboards will serve as important interactive devices in digital business districts.

The digital business district management tool jointly created by Tuya Hotel, an open-platform smart hotel platform as a service (PaaS), and Alipay provides management functions for business districts, merchants , commodities and deliveries. In order to improve order conversion rates, Tuya Hotel’s new service offering covers all the links a customer would need in a hotel environment. Features such as convenient 30-second check-in, facial recognition door locks and smart speakerphones aim to make visitors’ stays as comfortable and efficient as possible.

Tuya Hotel’s Bluetooth Mesh can be applied to a variety of devices, such as magnetic card plug-in switches, temperature controllers and smart lights. Enterprise users can batch edit and store rules online, making it easy to manage custom settings across the hotel chain. Almost all basic hotel room control functions that previously had to be operated by hand are now connected via the Bluetooth mesh protocol, ensuring ease of use for visitors wherever they are.

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Na Jingdan, Vice President of Tuya Smart Market and Strategic Cooperation and CMO, described the company’s efforts to remake the hotel experience: “We hope that through this strategic cooperation, we can help domestic hotels find new new opportunities. With the power of IoT, hotels will no longer be just a temporary living place when people travel far away, but also a “digital business circle alliance hub” connecting commodity business entities. »


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