According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, healthcare employment is expected to grow 14 percent from 2018 to 2028. Telehealth is up 53 percent, and is growing faster than any other place of care. In fact, according to Massachusetts General Hospital, 79 percent of patients say that a telemedicine follow up is more convenient than in-person visits.
Topics: ptzoptics, zoom, telehealth, telemedicine, audio visual solutions, healthcare
This weeks podcast interview is with Matthew Davis the Product manager for PTZOptics. We love PTZOptics for their great live streaming camera solutions that are both quality yet affordable. PTZOptics is an innovator that got into the streaming game at the very beginning and has been refining ever since. They are our most popular streaming hardware providers for Churches and beyond. Enjoy this interview about their company and products.
Topics: ptzoptics, Live Streaming, Video Production
Topics: ptzoptics, zoom, tilt, pan, cameras, #multiplecameras
Hello AV & IT Pros!
We have been asked to review the latest Vaddio RoboShot cameras with the PTZOptics camera line. For those of you who do not know Vaddio manufactures some of the industries top video conferencing cameras with USB. Vaddio's new RoboShot camera line has triple video streaming capabilities for HDMI, USB 3.0 and IP Streaming. PTZOptics is a camera manufacture who has a line of 12X and 20X HD-SDI, HDMI, USB 3.0 and IP Streaming capable cameras. So first let's start with the details of Vaddio's RoboShot line. Then we can use the PTZOptics comparison available here: (http://ptzoptics.com/comparison-charts/). And finally we can summarize the PTZOptics USB cameras and how they compare.
Hello IT Pros,
So the question has come up so frequently in the past few months "which camera is better the HuddleCam's or the PTZOptics"? We decided that a blog post was in line to review the details of this question. There are some core differences between the product lines that makes this decision not as hard as it may seem at first. Let's take a look at this decision tree which take the four main video camera requirements into consideration.
- Web Conferencing - Only requirement being USB
- Traditional Video Conferencing - Only requirement being HDMI or DVI
- Broadcast Video - Only requirement being HD-SDI or HDMI
- WebCasting - Only requirements being IP Streaming or RTSP/RTMP Streaming
Topics: Broadcasting, HuddleCamHD, PTZ USB Cameras, ptzoptics