Like other Hue bulbs, you can set up lighting routines and schedules, control them remotely, and they support Apple's HomeKit platform.
Philips' outdoor range of Hue lighting seems to be centered around two lights in particular.
Philips' will offer three different types of lights in the outdoor Hue lineup, and they will be available in both the Philips Hue white and Philips Hue white and color ambiance ranges.
The company says that it will be offering three types of outdoor lights in the U.S. and Europe in July ... Simply connect your outdoor lighting to the Philips Hue bridge and control with the touch of a button, whether you're home or away. Global Positioning System smarts also mean that you'll be able to set your outdoor lights to automatically come on as you approach your home.
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Philips Hue lights in the white and colour ambiance range include the Lily, a wall-mountable spotlight and Calla, a pedestal lamp that's ideal for placing along a path or in flower beds. The Hue white and color ambiance range is based on a plug and play system, making installation easy and allowing for full flexibility to position wherever you need light. Meanwhile, the Lily base pack and the Calla bollard will be available in both regions, retailing for $279.99/€299.99 and $129.99/€139.99 respectively.
You can get the bulbs starting in July throughout the United States and Europe. Philip's Lucca, Tuar, Turaco, and Ludere lights will start at $49.99 and will only be available in the United States (at least at first).
Philips Lighting will be showcasing its new Philips Hue outdoor portfolio at Light+Building 2018, at the Philips Lighting booth in Hall 0: Forum.