Michael MojaverChief Executive Officer
Michael has a track record of starting and managing technology companies with successively higher valuations and exits. He has raised over $20M in investment to date and took his last company public, reaching a market cap of over $300M.
Michael has been directing sales and engineering teams in the systematic pursuit of identifying market opportunities and developing disruptive solutions for two decades. Prior to Epilog, Tempest Microsystems pioneered the user-friendly OS for digital recorders in the security space. Epilog is positioned to set the unprecedented 16K bar for video image quality in both the security and consumer markets in the coming decade.
Michael has authored nine patents and co-authored numerous scientific publications. His early research was in super-computing, vision-based systems for the detection of dark matter and exotic particles at UC San Diego, Cornell, Stanford, Fermi Lab, and CERN (Geneva). He has collaborated with some of the brightest minds on the planet (Nobel laureates now), such as John C. Mather at Fermilab and Peter Higgs, after whom the "God Particle" is named (confirmed at CERN in 2012).
Dieter KollerChief Technology Officer
Dieter has over a decade of management experience at various levels, including VP of Engineering, CTO, and Managing Director. He has a strong technical background within all facets of imaging technologies and computer vision, with applications in biometrics, multimedia, video compression and video processing, computer graphics, embedded technologies, as well as internet applications and new emerging technologies.
Dieter has more than 25 years of hands-on, object-oriented, full-cycle software engineering experience in embedded systems including project management; from requirements analysis, design, and architecture, to implementation, test, verification, as well as deployment, sales, production, and support. Dieter is a specialist in software for video surveillance and video content analysis (VCA), advanced imaging systems, image-based 3D modeling, augmented and virtual reality, panoramic digital video, autonomous navigation, and machine vision based traffic surveillance. He designed, built, and wrote software for panoramic video camera systems, including one that covers a full spherical field of view.
Dieter finished his Post Doctorate studies in the field of video tracking at University of California at Berkeley and California Institute of Technology, after studying computer science and physics at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT) in Germany.
Marc MunfordVice President, Business Development
Marc leads Epilog’s Consumer OEM Market Channel Development. Marc comes to Epilog from an extensive career in Silicon Valley startups. Previously, Marc was co-founder of NetDrive — the first Internet personal storage service (before it was called Cloud). Marc has built and run sales and business development for early stage companies such as Visto/Good Technology, Funambol, Germain Software, Treasure Data, and Wollongong/Attachmate. Marc learned to evangelize breakthrough technology when he was a software engineer early in his career working for Steve Jobs at NeXT. Marc's younger days in football also brings Epilog connections to major sports franchise leagues.
Lance MojaverVice President, Software Development
Lance is the principal architect and developer for client and server software and mobile apps at Epilog. He has more than five years of experience in real-time video software. Lance's most recent active area of research and development is in virtual reality and augmented reality.
Scott NisbetStrategic Advisor
Scott Nisbet was a pioneer investor and developer of the first cellular phone systems in the United States. He successfully licensed and built-out several cellular phone systems and later sold his holdings to McCaw Cellular and Bell Atlantic. He subsequently was the co-founder, Vice President of Business Development, and Director of Wireless Gaming at Digital Eclipse, one of the largest developers of Nintendo Game Boy games, which became part of one of the biggest independent video game companies in the world.
Scott leveraged his relationships with cellular phone companies such as Nokia and Verizon in pioneering work to establish mobile phones as a new gaming platform. Scott's experience in merging diverse technologies to create a new platform was instrumental in his leadership role at CarShield, an innovative telematics company. Scott currently utilizes his vast network of IT, cyber security, gaming, automotive, biotech, and sustainability sectors in his role as strategic advisor and project manager at emerging technology companies.