Navigation programs

Navigations is a very common optimization problem that deals with numerous variables, uncertain and always changing parameters. This a must for the current GPS systems and takes an even more important role in autonomous vehicles. With the improvement of the technologies que systems become more efficient and behave differently. The only alternative is to have a naturally evolving structure that can deal with the complexity of a system such as city roads and its vehicles. 

Smart cities

Smart cities are important not only for traffic control, but also for aiding people with disabilities. An evolving and adaptable system, because it reflects on changes in the system, would improve the design and programming of other locomotion tools such as wheelchairs and blind people’s walking sticks. Furthermore, a second stack “smart city” server would compute the areas of the city that limit the flow of traffic due to construction, recent road changes, accidents and events, and inform people


Currently there is a global shift in energy production, from fossil fuels to renewable energies. Among these are technologies that produce electrical energies from wind, solar, ocean tides or waves, nuclear fission/fusion, among several others. This creates a big new challenge, where does the power come from when there is no wind or solar, the tides or waves get smaller, or the reactors require maintenance?

The alternative is to have a monitoring system that considers individual users consumptions, grid losses, energy production. All of these must be continuously monitored and predicted. This can only achieved by an intelligent structure that can learn and evolve as the monitored system also evolves. This is the SelfStackedSystem propose for the energy industry.