QEOS leveraged its R&D capability in materials and device design, optical lens technology and packaging to develop the QEOS Smart+ LED Lighting Systems. These lighting solutions integrate seamlessly with the QEOS Advanced High-Speed Surveillance Systems, delivering customizable and fully integrated deployments. This enables a higher level of security control and effectiveness, and makes possible innovative applications in the deployment and utilization of surveillance cameras, access control, motion detection, facial recognition, traffic control, advanced security analytics, and in improving response times. This lighting improvement also maximizes the utilization of the high resolution megapixel surveillance cameras in the QEOS surveillance systems, especially when images are upscaled to 4K UltraHD displays with 4 times the resolution of standard HD displays.

QEOS Smart+ LED Illuminators for Surveillance Cameras
The QEOS Smart+ LED Illuminators combine eco-friendly green technology with digitally-driven and Internet-enabled smart lighting. Debuting in the coming months, QEOS Smart+ LED Illuminators deliver advanced solutions to the surveillance lighting market. Subsequent solutions will include general environmental lighting and packaged LED, municipal and industrial installations, as well as automotive and mobile devices.

Smart+ LED Illuminators also include modular designs for plug-and-play deployment with the QEOS Surveillance Cameras, integrated power supply, and allowing for easy and flexible installations to meet any end-user requirements.

New Smart+ LED Advanced LED Lighting Systems Features
New QEOS Smart+ Advanced Lighting Systems will meet the growing demand for more efficient and intelligent lighting by delivering:

  • Better energy efficiency
  • Lower heat emission
  • Smaller size
  • Modular design
  • Lower cost
  • Lower environmental impact
  • Lower-maintenance systems

Leveraging Digital Control and Internet Access
QEOS Smart+  LED Lighting Systems are also leveraging digital control and Internet-enabled device integration and access. This means light is generated, distributed, targeted, focused, and lumen-adjusted based on multiple and customizable dynamic location interactions, both automatically and by multiple user controls.  This maximizes both power efficiency and lighting effectiveness. And with the expansion of the “Internet of Everything”, more and more devices can integrated with lighting for almost unlimited access and control.