[Webinar Recording] Video in Mission Critical Applications 


As video becomes pervasive in many industries, such mission critical activities as telemedicine and command-and-control centers have incorporated video as a tool to increase efficiency and operations. 


Duration: 30 Minutes 

Learn how video has been incorporated in telemedicine, allowing healthcare professionals to provide services without having to be on-site.

Find out how command centers have set up multi-camera displays to provide top-notch surveillance, and in the case of emergency services, provide critical information before tactical personnel even arrive on-scene.

Join video leaders Epiphan and Wowza Media Systems as they discuss example video architectures that support mission critical operations both remotely and in-network, and best practices in video streaming. 

In this webinar you will:

  • Learn best practices in video set-up and streaming
  • Explore two example use cases:
    • Telemedicine (remote set-up)
    • Command and Control Centers (in-network set-up)

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David Kirk, Vice President Product Marketing, Epiphan

David is responsible for Product Marketing at Epiphan. Working closely with Engineering, Operations, Applications, Channel Management, and Support, David ensures the evolution of Epiphan products and services continue to exceed customer expectations in a wide variety of end user applications. Frequent direct interaction with end customers, channel partners and industry players is key to David’s role in defining market and product direction for Epiphan.

Prior to joining Epiphan, David was VP of Marketing at Galazar Networks. Previous to the last decade of marketing and product management roles, David worked in product development at Galazar Networks and BNR/Nortel where he held software design, ASIC and FPGA design, and engineering management positions. David is an inventor on multiple technology patents and holds a Bachelor of Engineering degree from McMaster University.



Chris Knowlton, Vice President and Streaming Industry Evangelist, Wowza Media Systems

As a passionate evangelist for streaming media products, Chris Knowlton has spent over half of the past 25 years developing technologies that make live and VOD media delivery accessible for companies of all sizes. A recognized industry authority, Chris was honored in 2011 as a “Streaming Media All-Star” by Streaming Media Magazine, and he holds three patents for streaming software technologies. Chris came to Wowza from Microsoft, where he spent 10 years orchestrating the company’s on-premises and cloud media server roadmaps, leading cross-divisional and partner efforts to develop the core Microsoft Media Platform. Chris has also worked in alliance management at NetApp and with several Tier 1 automotive suppliers. He earned his BS in Mechanical Engineering from Michigan State University.