Limecraft is incorporated in May 2010 as a spin-off of VRT and the Gent University.
Limecraft’s software portfolio spans a full spectrum of mission-critical production applications, including editorial, production, post-production and distribution. Through meaningful computing, its solutions are capable of automatically analyzing, collecting, organizing and adapting assets according to any particular production process, thus re-defining the meaning of Media Asset Management. Genuinely designed for tape-less operations, based on open standards and integrated with state-of-the-art applications from its business partners, Limecraft assembles turn-key solutions.
In order help its customers manage their assets during complex integration and change processes, Limecraft offers a range of professional services from architecture, performance and stability studies, system engineering, audits and root cause analyses.
Maarten Verwaest worked as chief architect on a majority government funded research-project PISA - Production, Indexing and Search of Audiovisual Material. The essential bits of this research have been licensed to Limecraft.
Nico Oorts worked as project lead on a majority government funded research-project PISA - Production, Indexing and Search of Audiovisual Material. The essential bits of this research have been licensed to Limecraft.
Dieter Van Rijsselbergen, prior to joining Limecraft as a shareholder, was one of the lead researchers of IBBT.
Carole Delaey is a professionally trained film producer/director with first-hand experience in managing complex international projects.