The latest newsletter from the Euro Working Group on Multiple Criteria Decision Aiding is now out. We have an article (pgs 8-10) on "Lessons Learned from Practical Applications of Multi Criteria Decision Aiding".
The Not-Invented-Here (NIH) syndrome is defined as the tendency of a project group of stable composition to believe it possess~~ a monopoly of knowledge of its field, which leads it to reject new ideas from outsiders to the likely detriment of its performance.[source]
Whilst robotic and remote systems are often considered as hardware, the software than makes the system work is just as important. Recently, several companies have been launching software that augments existing systems. The software is designed to improve operability and/or improve the information generated to increase the capability of the existing system. This newsletter looks at a few of those products from different industries.