Jennifer DeLaOsa
Associate Editor

Jennifer has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with minors in Technical Writing and Music from Rutgers University in New Brunswick. Throughout her college career, she participated in the Rutgers Marching Scarlet Knights, Pep Band, Concert Band and Symphony Band, wailing away on both the mellophone and French horn. Juggling her passion for science and the arts, Jennifer loves both writing and the technical side of life. Jennifer's interests include fiddling around with an Arduino, crocheting and watching superhero movies.

These unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) can fly longer, faster, and higher than even the dreaded Reaper drone.
6.21.2017
9:57am
Initial sea trials for Boeing’s extra large unmanned undersea vehicle (XLUUV), the 51-foot Echo Voyager, are currently underway.
6.13.2017
3:10pm
Utilizing this design, the aircraft can translate and rotate in any desired route.
5.22.2017
10:23am
Automotive company Cruise Automation has released the third video installment of autonomous test drives in San Francisco.
4.20.2017
10:25am
According to the study, the automotive pioneer Ford edges ahead of the pack in the self-driving market.
4.5.2017
11:10am
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Swiss researchers have created a flexible quadcopter that recoils during a crash.
3.13.2017
10:23am
Bell Helicopter recently shared its vision for the future of air travel — the FCX-001.
3.9.2017
4:02pm
The entire sphere is 3D-printed and is able to transform, interact and make decisions within its environment.
3.8.2017
3:23pm
The projected global market size for vehicles featuring some sense of autonomy will surpass 35 billion dollars by 2025.
3.1.2017
3:08pm
A Norwegian-African cooperative project is currently developing a wireless network of sensors tasked with preventing mine explosions.
2.16.2017
9:56am
This push for universal V2V implementation is a direct result from its perceived slow advancements.
2.6.2017
10:17am
Present-day UAVs contain complex software and hardware components specialized for numerous facets of military life.
2.1.2017
1:58pm
This past weekend SpaceX hosted its hyperloop competition at its Hawthorne headquarters.
1.30.2017
3:27pm
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The HoloLens trials will help engineers access critical information, so they can make educated design decisions.
1.26.2017
11:00am
Next month, Nissan will unleash autonomous vehicles onto the streets of London, showcasing next-generation automotive technology.
1.20.2017
10:41am
The team behind Project Vahana hopes to have a working, prototype aircraft built for short trips by 2021.
1.18.2017
9:43am
Without refueling, the aircraft carried a 20-pound payload at an altitude of 7,500 feet for the record-setting voyage.
1.11.2017
3:41pm
The car employs tools to measure emotional states, which are analyzed against the driver's travel plans, mixing mobility with life improvements.
1.6.2017
3:13pm
SpaceX's Falcon 9 rocket is specifically designed to safely transport satellites and carry the Dragon spacecraft into orbit.
12.13.2016
10:11am
Currently, the Large Hadron Collider insider CERN has two robots that monitor the vast tunnel system.
11.28.2016
2:57pm
BALLU, or the Buoyancy Assisted Lightweight Legged Unit, is essentially a balloon with robotic legs.
11.21.2016
3:17pm
I knew my wardrobe was missing something.
10.24.2016
10:32am
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