MITRE's Digital Copilot Wins Editor’s Choice Award at R&D 100 Awards
MITRE's Digital Copilot, a set of software algorithms that acts as a cognitive assistant by reducing the solo pilot's workload, won Editor's Choice at the R&D 100 Awards. Typically, the editors of R&D Magazine select one Editor's Choice Award among the R&D 100 winners, but in 2017, three products were recipients. The Oleo Sponge, developed by Argonne National Laboratory, and the MPV-800 Multipoint Vibrometer, developed by Polytec GmbH, also received the award.
"While all of our R&D 100 Awards winners represent truly groundbreaking innovations, our three Editor's Choice awardees really stood out due to their particularly exceptional and unique contributions to their individual fields," said Bea Riemschneider, Editorial Director for R&D Magazine. "They are all sure to have a transformative impact in the years and decades to come."