May 2019 - Compsim introduces the KEEL "Sense and Avoid Policy Evaluation System" (SAPES) to acclelerate the development and test of sense and avoid policies for unmanned aircraft to satisfy the needs of cost effective development and test AND AUDIT of these safety critical systems.
June 2018 - Compsim develops the "KEEL Multiple Obstacle Avoidance Policy Evaluation System (MOAPES)" to support the needs of cost effective policy development and test for self-driving vehicles as they must interpret complex dynamic environments in legal and ethical ways, while still completing their task of traversing all kinds of terrain where many things are moving, so the real-time path correction needs constant correction.
April 2017 - Compsim releases "KEEL Reviewer" and provides "Explainable AI" to satisfy the demand for autonomous systems that deliver safety critical behavior (autonomous weapon systems, self-driving cars, intelligent medical devices).
December 2016 - Dahlgren Division, Naval Surface Warfare Center, Dahlgren, Virginia, releases NSWCDD/TR-16/103 "Review of Knowledge Enhanced Electronic Logic (KEEL) Technology
September 2016 - Compsim's KEEL Technology supports the Department of Transportation "Federal Automated Vehicles Policy" by supporting the need for (auditable) ethical behavior in operational policies of self-driving vehicles.
August 2016 - Compsim's KEEL Technology supports the requirements defined in the August 2016 "Defense Science Board Summer Report on Autonomy" by delivering Auditable AI.
May 2016 - TRADOC / APAN Mad Scientist Briefing highlighting demands to "do more with less" and still address complex problems of the future. Using KEEL Technology to automate the delivery of "expert capabilities", allowing organizations to control their future. Asks the question: If the expensive and complex, becomes cheap and easy, how will this impact your world?
May 2016 - Control Engineering article: The Internet of Autonomous Things (IoAT) where KEEL Technology enables the creation of intelligent devices that deliver service - beyond just publishing information.
November 2015 - KEEL Technology demonstrated in Berlin at a NATO Conference focusing on countering Autonomous Systems.
October 2015 - Strategy Analytics issues a research report on the use of KEEL Technology as an "enabling technology for OEMs and Tier 1 vendors that are generating software for the development of autonomous driving systems"
August 2015 - Compsim introduces a new tool to support the creation and test of new policies to control the behavior of Autonomous Vehicles and Ground Robots: Compsim's Multiple Obstacle Avoidance - Policy Evaluation System (MOAPES)..
March 2015 - Compsim invited to present KEEL Technology at the 2015 AUSA Exhibition and Symposium where there was a focus on innovation.
February 2015 - Stilwell Technology and Robotics successfully integrates KEEL Technology into their robots.
January 2014 - Compsim
invited to introduce KEEL Technology to NATO sponsored Multinational Capability
Development Campaign (MCDC) to describe and execute policies for Autonomous
December 2013 - Compsim
demonstrates the creation and execution of ethical policies for machines that
allows them to pursue goals adaptively, while still restricting their behavior
to human policy makers.
August 2013 - Compsim
releases KEEL Influence Diagrams for high level views of KEEL-based
May 2013 - Compsim
recognized by Gartner Inc as one of the "2013 Cool Vendors".
March 2013 - In March 2013,
Compsim extends the KEEL Toolkit with support for the Arduino Mega platforms
for use in miniature unmanned systems.
September 2012 - In July
2012, the Department of Defense, Defense Science Board issued a Task Force
Report: The Role of Autonomy in DoD Systems. Compsim suggests a set of metrics
to measure competing technologies. These metrics are also used to measure the
effectiveness of Compsim's KEEL Technology to provide autonomous
August 2012 - Compsim joins
the Edge Innovation Network.
January 2012 - Tom Keeley's
interview for the Awareness Project (EU) - Self-Awareness in Autonomic Systems
December 2011 - CRADA signed
(Approved for release 12/20/2011)
March 2011 - KEEL Technology
used behind the scenes to "interpret the importance" of high volumes of
electronic documents now being created around the world.
October 2010 - KEEL Toolkit
released with support for Objective-C, enabling KEEL-based applications for
Apple iPhone and iPad.
October 2010 - KEEL extends
the reach of "analytics" in Enterprise, Factory Automation, Military,
Financial, and Political markets.
September 2009 - KEEL saves
time in developing complex models
August 2009 - KEEL Responds
to the market interest in SMART solutions.
May 2009 - With technology
available now. No "research" required.
October 2008 -
September 2008 - KEEL
Technology responds to the DARPA Challenge
June 2008 - KEEL Technology
gives reasoning ability to MATLAB / Simulink Apps
April 2008 - KEEL Technology
gives reasoning ability to Google Apps