Ian Mottashed and Tim Jobling appointed as Directors of Cambridge Imaging System
Ian Mottashed and Tim Jobling have been appointed Directors of digital asset management company Cambridge Imaging Systems.
Both joined the company five years ago, Mottashed as a web designer and Jobling as technical co-ordinator. Mottashed's role has developed to project manager and he has been involved in prestigious projects such as developing on-line archive management systems for British Pathe, ITN and Homeserve. Other projects have included Newsfilm Online, the £2.5 million project run by the British Universities Film and Video Council (BUFC) to deliver advanced e-access to one of the largest television newsfilm libraries in the world. Jobling has been a key member of the development team, working on both hardware and software systems architecture and providing ‘back room’ support for the company’s innovative project solutions. These include the Imagen large scale video and stills asset management system, BoB (Box of Broadcasts) and RECLAIM (Remote Equipment for Combining Locally Acquired Images and Metadata) which is used by the MOD to manage essential image archives. (DS)