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Clarity is a schematic functional programming environment that allows you to draw programs. It also has advanced capabilities for managing complexity, documentation and navigation. Read more on the Clarity product page>> .


The wise system is a general expert system programmed using Clarity Pro. It is used to teach students how to load and unload cargo from oil tankers. Currently it is being extended to grade students for their performance. Ship Analytics International have used Clarity to develop an expert monitoring system 'WISEcargo'. This system monitors a liquid cargo ship and detects potentially hazardous or illegal conditions. There is also a student assessment system which monitors and assesses students working individually or as teams. See more at:

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Belief System

The belief system simulates the process of scientific discovery. Download >>


SE Validation SE Validation

SE Validation has used the research services of Clarity-Support to explore the potential application of the Creative Intelligent System for their purposes in the area of software validation and verification. The exciting opportunities are currently explored in greater depth while prototype systems are in the make.


Portech Limited

Portech Ltd has now ceased trading. However, for almost two decades Portech (Portsmouth Technology Consultants) had been developing climbing robots for industrial uses. They were designed to go where man cannot, to perform dangerous or difficult tasks. The Robug series are legged robot prototypes, until now only used for testing. A six legged robot was designed that can move in any direction, climb walls and ceilings and which is lighter and faster than its predecessor and can carry a substantial loads. What you see in the current link is ROBUG III which preceded the light weight version shown here. Portech was looking for a real time systems language that would enable them to control the robot and/or model a navigation system. Clarity's expertise was used to design a fully adaptive 3D navigation system that allowed the robot to navigate any thee dimensional environment including walls, ceilings and other surfaces. We are not sure what happened to this light weight version but the academic team is still working on the previous version.

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