is expected to reach a turnover in excess of pounds 1m this year and this is expected to treble over the next two years.
In addition to addressing challenges associated with full motion video (FMV) and wide area exploitation, AIMES
is poised to change the nature of FMV processing, exploitation and dissemination management through its included task management function.
While local projects may add other performance measures, AIMES
measures are standard for all projects.
Over the past six months, AIMES
has worked closely with the city council and 2020 Liverpool to set up the FibreNet infrastructure.
digital inclusion project provides a fully managed internet service.
chief executive, Professor Dennis Kehoe, said: "Liverpool all of a sudden will become a high fibre connected city, not only enabling local businesses to benefit, but also attracting the trialing of new services, making Liverpool a digital destination, which it has not been previously.
THE first of a European technology partnering opportunity held at Daresbury Science & Innovation Campus and organised by the University of Liverpool's AIMES
Centre was a huge success, said AIMES
director Prof Dennis Kehoe.