RedKnight Passes Another Test…

RedKnight is delighted to announce an Innovate UK SMART Grant application it supported in April 2019 has secured a grant of £207,628 for RIMO Capital Ltd (trading as RIMO3). The project will develop a next generation product called ACTIV2.0 which aims at combating future cyberhacks as a result of outdated software. The successful application takes RedKnight’s total grant secured beyond £5m in 4 years.

Software testing is a major expense and quality challenge to businesses. In 2017, software failure caused $1.7tr in financial losses whilst dramatically affecting day-to-day business operations; amplified by the recent NotPetya and Wannacry cyberhacks. The latter, a 2016 hack on NHS systems resulted in total clear-up costs of ~£92m - paid for by the UK Government.

The project builds upon the commercial success of the original version, called ACTIV, by integrating key improvements and new features based on feedback from users, which include some of the UK's leading large organisations. ACTIV2.0 will enhance the underpinning proprietary technology by performing auto-remediation of incompatible software through usage of robotic process automation, artificial intelligence (AI) based machine learning (ML) capabilities.

RIMO3’s Chief Product Officer, Mr Alon Moss, said, “We’re delighted to have been recognised by Innovate UK in this manner. This vote of confidence will solidify our position at the bleeding edge of the technology, where RIMO are pioneers in the use of bulk automation and artificial intelligence in the field of IT services”.

RIMO3 is a cutting-edge software company spun out of Global Application Management specialist, Camwood Ltd (www.camwood.com), who introduced the world’s first automated compatibility testing software (AppDNA) for Microsoft Installers (MSI) in 2007, spinning off the product and selling it to Citrix in 2011. Camwood set-up RIMO3 to develop the ACTIV product line and the project team has >50 years’ combined expertise in software engineering, automation, AI and ML.


Dr Peter Plassmann - CEO - Thermetrix Ltd

RedKnight was instrumental in securing this grant. The company fully understood our technology and the advantages it offers. they contributed extensive background research and insider know-how on the European Commission's expectations and selection process, took us by the hand and drove the application process to its successful completion.


Dr Anthony Turley - Clinical Director - Cardiff & Vale University Health Board

Working with Redknight has been a completely positive experience. It was our first venture into applying for Horizon 2020 funding and we were successful - a combination of a good idea and Redknight’s relentless support in navigating through the various processes and programmes. Their advice and direction was invaluable and we would gladly work with them again.


Prof. Rob Field - Founder & CEO - Iceni Diagnostics

It has been a pleasure working with the Redknight team. At a time of intense set-up in our SME, having reliable and proactive consultants who keep us on top of funding opportunities and who contribute substantially to the preparation and submission of applications has been invaluable


Prof Duncan M. Baird - Chief Technology Officer - TeloNostiX Ltd

It was a pleasure to work with RedKnight, their professionalism and expertise has been hugely beneficial to our company. We had previously made several unsuccessful applications to lnnovateUK, before contacting Red Knight. Their understanding of the requirements for business orientated funding streams has made the all difference, as evidenced by our successful application for a lnnovateUK Investment Accelerator award


Ms Tiiina Heinikainen - Project Coordinator - Kouvola Innovation Ltd

It was our best funding training so far. Clear, efficient and full of detailed information, as well as sharing experiences. We are hoping to collaborate with RedKnight soon.


Mr Ildefonso Martins - Strategy and Marketing - Aveleda, SA

We had already submitted our project 3 times to the SME Instrument before I attended RedKnight' SME Instrument Masterclass, and in the last submission our score was almost there, but not enough. In the Masterclass I heard some helpful tips that our team used in the revision we made for our 4th submission and finally this time we reached the goal: Approval!