Jennifer DeLaOsa
Associate Editor

Jennifer DeLaOsa is the associate editor for Electronic Component News (ECN) and regular contributor to Wireless Design & Development (WDD).

Her responsibilities consist of print and online content creation, including daily newsletter deployments, weekly video series, webinars, articles, and blogs. She also provides trade show coverage, reporting on the latest industry advancements for design engineers. Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with minors in Technical Writing and Music from Rutgers University in New Brunswick.

In her downtime, you can find Jennifer learning all about the violin, crocheting, and hanging out with her goofy Australian shepherd. 

BAE Systems is aiming to shape future intuitive technologies for pilots with a “wearable cockpit” design. “In terms of future concepts, we are looking at what...
9.24.2018
10:59am
One notable feature of the smartphone is its camera. Typically, the system consists of a camera module that has a lens and a CMOS sensor. Apple’s latest iPhone...
9.21.2018
10:57am
The Japanese “Hayabusa2" space probe released two rovers Friday, September 21, ready to explore the near-Earth Ryugu asteroid. According to the Japan...
9.21.2018
10:13am
Analog astronauts, who participate in simulated Mars missions, have successfully demonstrated a ground penetrating radar system that can detect potential dig...
9.20.2018
11:45am
In an effort to create an electronic version of human skin, Chinese Academy of Sciences researchers have developed a design sensitive enough to detect wind,...
9.20.2018
10:54am
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An autonomous glider, created by University of California San Diego researchers, uses machine learning to glide through the sky via atmospheric thermal plumes...
9.20.2018
9:36am
The Nissan Navara “Dark Sky” concept vehicle was unveiled this week at the 2018 Hannover Motor Show. The car will act as a mobile observatory, developed by the...
9.19.2018
3:11pm
The RemoveDEBRIS satellite has lived up to its name. The spacecraft showed a successful demonstration of its on-board active debris removal (ADR) technology...
9.19.2018
11:54am
Radar is an object-detection method that emits pulses of high-frequency electromagnetic waves, which hit the intended object and return back to the device....
9.19.2018
10:33am
Robot jellyfish, developed by Florida Atlantic University (FAU) and the U.S. Office of Naval Research scientists, are ready to offer damage-free monitoring and...
9.18.2018
4:58pm
Unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) need effective and efficient communication systems, especially when they’re working within the disaster management sector. A...
9.18.2018
3:02pm
Want to play music through your skin? We’re one step closer to this reality thanks to researchers from the USLAN National Institute of Science and Technology (...
9.18.2018
10:51am
The World Economic Forum has just released “The Future of Jobs 2018” report. With the emergence of new technologies, automation, and algorithms, the report “...
9.17.2018
10:31am
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Singapore is the reigning champ when it comes to internet speeds with an average download speed of 60.39 Mbps, according to the cable.co.uk Worldwide Broadband...
9.14.2018
11:39am
Programs, such as FirstNet, aim to provide safety agencies with quick, reliable information. Companies like Panasonic are bonding together on this front, as...
9.14.2018
10:56am
A tiny camera lens that’s 100 times thinner than a human hair may serve as the missing connection between networks and quantum computers. Developed by a team...
9.13.2018
4:25pm
Researchers in the Micro Air Vehicle Laboratory (MAVLab) at Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands, have been working on a nimble robot...
9.13.2018
3:46pm
At the McConnell Air Force Base in Kansas, the Plans and Programs (XPX) innovation team has constructed a portable, solar-powered communications system. They...
9.13.2018
11:36am
Meet the GapFlyt. It’s a bio-inspired quadcopter, built by researchers at the University of Maryland (UMD), that uses only onboard sensing and a monocular...
9.13.2018
10:29am
The National Science Foundation (NSF) will give its Green Bank Telescope (GBT) a $13-million upgrade. “The GBT is the world’s largest fully steerable telescope...
9.12.2018
4:28pm
Boeing’s MQ-25 is an unmanned refueler that’s poised to help the U.S. Navy with aerial refueling capabilities. Boeing received an $805-million contract to...
9.12.2018
2:20pm
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Sonitus Technologies has created a wireless, two-way radio communication system that can clip onto the wearer’s upper back molars. Nicknamed Molar Mic by the U...
9.12.2018
12:57pm
Clean technology startup NETenergy will commercialize a hybrid air conditioning system that centers around a thermal battery. The project was developed and...
9.12.2018
11:10am
Imagine you’re enjoying a beautiful summer day, relaxing in the heat of the sun. However, when the sun’s rays become a bit too hot, there’s a problem—there isn...
9.12.2018
9:36am
In June, Panasonic System Solutions Company of North America announced they joined the FirstNet Dealer Program. The FirstNet mission will provide a...
9.11.2018
3:24pm
Between 2005 and 2014, disasters affected 1.7 billion people, caused 700,000 fatalities, and racked up $1.4 trillion in damages, according to the United...
9.11.2018
10:38am
With autonomous underwater vehicles (AUVs) and diving robots exploring the deep seas, the amount of ocean data is quickly growing. “Technological advances like...
9.11.2018
9:56am
Future electronics and quantum computers may one day use a synthesized nanomaterial that has magnetic and electrical properties. Kasper Steen Pedersen,...
9.10.2018
3:48pm
In light of recently turning 20 years old, Google reigns as one of today’s tech giants. The company has two main ways of collecting user data: active and...
9.10.2018
2:35pm
Although small, tiny vibrations may pack a lot of design power for next-gen devices. For instance, they could upgrade the cooling systems in today’s...
9.10.2018
11:56am
DARPA is seeking the next wave of artificial intelligence (AI) technology by announcing a multi-year investment of more than $2 billion toward the “AI Next”...
9.7.2018
1:38pm
The Elektra Two Solar Optionally Piloted System (OPS), a long-endurance aircraft developed by Germany’s Elektra Solar, has successfully demonstrated its new...
9.7.2018
12:23pm
September 4, 1998, is a special day in history—it’s Google’s birthday, and the company recently turned 20. Known for its internet search engine prowess, the...
9.7.2018
11:35am
To help with the population decline of the world’s natural pollinators, a team from West Virginia University (WVU) has created BrambleBee—an autonomous robot...
9.7.2018
10:24am
University of Connecticut (UConn) researchers are the latest to throw their hats into the cockroach cyborg ring. What they’ve created is a tiny, neuro-...
9.6.2018
4:51pm
Blackmore Sensors and Analytics, Inc. has made recent headlines in the autonomous space—they’ve “exceeded expectations” mapping and scanning San Francisco...
9.6.2018
12:39pm
Researchers at the Public University of Navarre (NUP/UPNA) have developed a system to help assess how much wireless networks suffer from interference. A 3D Ray...
9.6.2018
11:39am
Will our fingerprints be the key to accessing all our future possessions? Current fingerprint sensor technology allows for user authentication and can handle...
9.6.2018
10:04am
Vibrations on a person’s skin were used to successfully send messages in English. This haptic technology from Purdue University was fueled by a challenged...
9.5.2018
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