Q-SYS™ has no equal as an integrated, scalable audio, video and control solution. Built from the ground up on a powerful, open, IT-friendly foundation, the Q-SYS platform transcends the limitations in scope, performance, and usability that have kept previous networked audio, video and control systems from satisfying and exceeding the customer and project requirements:
Native integration with IT infrastructure
- Q-SYS makes it easy to manage and integrate AV assets without workarounds through native network connections and built-in compatibility with IT systems like LDAP, SNMP and SIP softphones.
- Free yourself (and your customers) from the limitations of fixed hardware. Q-SYS meets the demand for scalable, future-proof solutions with a software-based processors that runs on Intel processors. This unique design delivers an abundance of processing power to support add-on requests like AEC and AV-to-USB Bridging—minus unexpected costs and time-consuming implementations.
Complete solution that minimizes complexity
- While the Q-SYS Platform are fully interoperable with other brands, AV channel partners who implement the complete Q-SYS solution minimize complexity, increase reliability, and experience the convenience of a single point of contact for support. Also provide minimal SKUs with multiple configurations.
Third-Party Control Plug-ins/Scripts – Take advantage of a library of useful plug-ins and control scripts for some of the most commonly used elements of today’s modern conference room (with many more currently under development by QSC and by third-party device manufacturers). Plug-ins are designed to easily integrate third-party devices with the Q-SYS Platform in a matter of minutes.
Full Featured Scripting Component – Integrate anything from the simplest function to the most complex control scenario imaginable. Create custom scripts using modern, accessible scripting languages including Lua, an open-source, IT friendly programming language.
Visual Coding Tool – The new Block Controller component offers a drag-and-drop method for building control scripts within Q-SYS. Based on a concept originally developed by Google and MIT, this open source visual programming tool uses interlocking, graphical blocks to represents common programming concepts. It enables easy composition of sophisticated scripts, especially for novice programmers.