IntelliCorp Inc, Mountain View, California has been demonstrating a delivery version of its KEE Knowledge Engineering Environment system, running on 80386-based AT-alikes, at the 1987 national conference of the American Association for Artificial Intelligence in Seattle, Washington. The company believes that the 386-based delivery platform marks the beginning of an era of fully functional knowledge processing tools operating in PC-DOS environments, and represents a significant market expansion for the KEE product. The ability to deliver KEE-based applications on an 80386-based box offers should provide customers with a delivery option that combines low cost, a variety of platform options and the ability to integrate with other PC-DOS software via Microsoft Windows. The 386-based platform supports the delivery version, RunTime KEE. This is designed to provide using the KEE system. The 386-based RunTime KEE will be available during the first quarter of 1988, and will run on 386 AT-alikes and on IBM ATs with 386 board.