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We successfully launched Navatec System at the end of January 2018. See the website at: Navatec.com. Our first partner is the STRIDES Foundation - see announcement at: Agricultural Innovation Organization

The most exciting feedback relates to the particular importance of Plasma System's ability to handle accumulogs (cumulative memories or transactional logs) which today are more commonly referred to as blockchains.

Fortunately we have been at the forefront of this technology since 1986 through Accumulog.com our dedicated research and applications development unit. As a result we see the current phase to of Plasma System as advancing our integration of different accumulog applications.

We will announce new applications, as we roll them out, here.

Our current development priorities are to:
  1. enhance Accumulog functions/accessibility within in the Navatec System.
  2. consolidate our applied research on the Plasma Operating System to enhance Navatec System's cloud operations

Accumulog functions/accessibility

As progress on the introduction of Accumulogs to the Plasma DataBase progresses the process has become so integrated that it makes more sense to simple refer to the Plasma DataBase as an Accumulog. However, Accumulogs were perceived to be blockchains with a specific transparent recording and recall structure related to learning. As this work has progressed we have realized that the specific additional characteristics of Accumulogs are, in reality, critical gaps in conventional SQL and NoSQL systems. We consider this to be a significant advance in database technology and are proceeding with cautious optimism to stress test dataset models to be followed by implementation and testing of operational systems.

Plasma markup language

We have recently developed and implemented the Plasma markup language in Navatec System. This has been designed to extract information from Microsoft Word documents and to transfer all data in a Plasmacore database. All tests have been successful. For futher information click on the Plasma markup language menu item above.

The Plasma Operating System

A significant new addition to Navatec System is SSUs (Server Side Utilities) which in terms of smart mobiles are known as applications or "Apps". In 1983-1987 work groups at the ITTTF (Strategic planning task force on information technology and telecommunications) designed hand held computer-telephones some 20 years before iPhone appeared. This group came up with many proposals for "Apps" to run on this device. Most of the "private user" Apps identified have appeared during the last 30 years. However, surprisingly, most of the business "Apps" have failed to appear. We foresaw this and part of the issue is the limited power of Mobiles. Our design, since the outset, has avoided this constraint by emphasizing server side processing and the basic tenets being "no software, only a browser" and the use of thin clients to minimize user costs. The Navatec System processing power resides in our central servers which can complete optimizations and simulations in seconds against mobiles taking hours or even days to do the same thing.

With the first major upgrade of Navatec System we will be introducing a large number of business and project-related SSUs, probably in July/August 2018. The management of SSUs requires a seamless operation with the current dialogues, functions and the Plasma DataBase. A Plasma Operating System can facilitate this and it is under development. Initially this will facilitate switching SSUs in and out according to the required configurations of users. This is an exciting development currently being rationalized and optimized at SEEL.

Hector McNeill
Portsmouth

October 2018