SEEL-Systems Engineering Economics Lab was founded in 1983 to track technological developments in information technology and,
in particular, applications that make use of global networks. Our research & development work has been coordinated through the Seel-Telesis Development Programme.
Since our foundation we have been at the forefront of the following developments:
- Locational state theory
- Locational state applications development:
- Plasma DataBase
- Learning measurement
- Biomass modeling
- Virtual client technology development
- Virtual client applications
Our first spin-ff was the creation of a unit, Navatec.com, in 2000, responsible for the commercial development of all SEEL-Telesis output. Navatec's operations are being consolidated around online service provisions and in 2016 all of our research and output is being directed to support the delivery of Navatec System, a new online service, in mid-2017, which will make use of several of our developments.