DeltaWeb is part of the Delta group of companies. The first of these was Delta Publishing UK Ltd first formed in 1993. Delta publishing was responsible for the 100 page annual Air Show Guide and several other magazine programmes for individual airshows.
DeltaWeb International Limited was founded out of the need to keep the airshow guide readership up to date with the latest aviation events, which it has done since 1996 to date. The Air Show Guide calendar is one of the largest and most comprehensive listings to be found anywhere on the web. Other customers quickly followed and as the company grew it also developed products in other multimedia formats such as CD ROMs, DVD's and touch screen displays and Kiosks.
From these early days DeltaWeb has grown slowly and carefully to the point where we are now developing a central server solution and tailored content management system for the current and future internet needs of the Royal Air Force.
Ten years at the RAF museum, where he helped to develop the first computer based archive system for a British national museum; seven years in the National Air Traffic Service and two years working for Brian Lecomber's superb aerobatic company as sponsorship manager has given Tim wide experience in the IT and aviation industries. He has written 32 children’s books, 3 documentary scripts and assisted in many other print, TV and film productions. He has been a private pilot since 1985, which gives him a unique perspective when dealing with his aviation customers.
His interest in aviation history has enabled him to become the display commentator for such venues as Lowestoft, Sandown, Southport, Southend and the ILA in Berlin. His IT interests means he can build his own systems and he is conversant with HTML, C++, Visual Basic, Java and Perl. Tim is also trained in such software applications as Photoshop, Dreamweaver, Paint Shop Pro, Director, Flash, Microsoft office and Illustrator.
Tim has become increasingly interested in servers and server solutions
along with their intended software. Working alongside the great systems
innovator Tony Taylor they have developed a bespoke server and content
management system for secure websites.
Arguably one of the foremost aviation photographers in the world, Keith has used his love of aviation and aircraft to develop the computer artwork skills necessary to produce the Battle of Britain series, and the majority of the RAF squadron drawings. Keith's work and hobbies revolve around aviation, aside from his photography and drawing work, he is also a pilot. This lifelong interest is reflected in the quality and accuracy of his work.
Keith is currently in the
process of relocating to the United States and once established will be responsible for
setting up Delta’s US operation.
off in the Print industry and has extensive knowledge of print processes
and the software related to them. His natural flair for design found
an outlet through such Mac based software as QuarkXPress. He joined
DeltaWeb in 2002 and has since become fully conversant with
the PC versions of Dreamweaver,
Photoshop, Illustrator, Paint Shop Pro and many other design packages.
PC has a keen interest in photography, which he has been able to
develop with DeltaWeb. He is currently creating the DeltaWings online
Dave, a modern languages graduate and a former research assistant at the RAF Museum, also joined Delta as a writer and photographer. He is fascinated by all forms of transport, particularly vintage aircraft and steam locomotives, and has contributed to many publications, including articles and drawings for German WWI subjects in Ray Rimell's acclaimed Albatros Publications. An experienced modeller and self-taught illustrator still terrified of computers, Dave grappled with the intricacies of Paint Shop Pro to produce our illustrations of aircraft up to WW2. This guy is a detail freak, researching each individual subject exhaustively for those little variations that make vintage machinery so fascinating.