Michael Luciano
Associate Editor

Originally from Eastchester, New York, Michael graduated from Buffalo State College in 2012 with a Bachelor of Arts in Literary English, and has been writing professionally since 2009. Prior to joining WDD, Michael spent several years working in the insurance industry, and has written for several hockey websites including Hendricks Hockey, The Hockey Guys, and is currently a writer and editor at Devils Army Blog. His work has been featured on many affluent independent hockey websites, such as Hockey Buzz and CBS Sportsline, and has been exposed to large audiences over the years. Outside of WDD, hockey, and writing, Michael enjoys outdoor recreations like fishing, hiking, and camping during his spare time.

With the 2017 Paris Air Show starting to wind down, the media outlets covering the festivities barely scratched the surface of all the innovative technologies...
6.22.2017
2:39pm
After yesterday's live panel on connected aircraft at the Paris Air Show, WDD is excited to be providing coverage for the next Engineering Live broadcast...
6.21.2017
3:42pm
French aerospace company Thales used the first day of the 2017 Paris Air Show to unveil its Ground Fire Family- the latest generation of multifunction ground...
6.21.2017
3:34pm
Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Chairman Ajit Pai has traversed the American Heartland, and other rural parts of the country where he’s spoken...
6.20.2017
4:17pm
Looking for something to do during your lunch break tomorrow? WDD is featuring an exciting LIVE Engineering event, Get the Inside Story on Today's...
6.20.2017
3:57pm
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Drones are slowly becoming integrated into aspects of everyday life. They’re being utilized in a variety of ways throughout several different industries from...
6.20.2017
11:28am
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, an Israeli-based defense company, will unveil the latest installment to its Spike guided anti-armor missile series at the 2017...
6.16.2017
3:26pm
A new set of drones that could aid human-piloted fighter jets was unveiled by San Diego-based defense company Kratos Defense & Security Solutions. This...
6.16.2017
12:05pm
While militaristic conflicts have constantly started and ended throughout humanity’s existence, the weapons, technologies, and methods in which battles are...
6.15.2017
4:46pm
While many children have fantasized about being an astronaut exploring the depths of space, the reality is this kind of job doesn’t simply entail hopping in a...
6.15.2017
12:26pm
We know more about outer space than we do our oceans. Less than one percent of the ocean’s floors have been explored, and it’s this very environment that NASA...
6.14.2017
3:34pm
Expect a major announcement in the coming months from the federal government, regarding the instatement of new regulations that will eliminate the crippling...
6.14.2017
1:47pm
About 74 billion eggs are produced in the United States each year, out of which less than three percent are pasteurized. The purpose of egg pasteurization is...
6.9.2017
3:20pm
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One of the primary assets autonomous vehicles will need are accurate roadmaps to perform tasks like figuring out what streets and highways to take, where to...
6.9.2017
12:21pm
In light of our coverage on the 2017 International Microwave Symposium, I decided to delve into one of the industry’s basic foundations—the radio frequency (RF...
6.8.2017
2:24pm
A report recently released by the Pew Research Center and Elon University’s Imaging the Internet Center, indicated that attempts to fully disconnect ourselves...
6.7.2017
3:57pm
It’s been a week of excitement and innovation at the 2017 International Microwave Symposium (IMS 2017) in Honolulu, Hawaii. Exhibitors, speakers, and panel...
6.7.2017
12:07pm
Researchers at Rice University are set to introduce a pacemaker without wires or batteries at the 2017 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) in Honolulu,...
6.6.2017
4:47pm
With the 2017 International Microwave Symposium (IMS) under way in Honolulu, thousands of participants are engaging in various activities like technical...
6.6.2017
12:00pm
Researchers in the United States and Singapore have been pursuing the optimization of electric fields in trench-based gallium nitride (GaN) power electronic...
6.5.2017
4:55pm
The US Air Force is in the beginning stages of designing new sensors for its fifth-generation F-22 Raptor fighter jets. In addition, the aircraft will be...
6.2.2017
4:16pm
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US-based semiconductor and telecommunications equipment company Qualcomm is developing new technology that would enable electric cars to literally charge their...
6.2.2017
11:52am
Aerospace and defense firm BAE Systems is significantly stepping up their efforts towards improving the overall reliability of space and satellite operations...
6.1.2017
4:14pm
The United States Army is set to implement a trial run of an autonomous vehicle fleet on public roadways- a test that’s reportedly the first of its kind. The...
6.1.2017
12:44pm
Set to take place June 4-9, the International Microwave Symposium (IMS) is the top international convention for scientists, engineers, professors, and members...
6.1.2017
8:49am
It’s truly amazing how far along we’ve come on the technology front. In recent years, humans have become no strangers to the widespread phenomena known as...
5.31.2017
4:26pm
Radar technology is in the midst of a renaissance-like revival, which started on the count of the rising demand of compact technology for military and...
5.31.2017
3:06pm
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) published a draft report that contained a thorough breakdown of the upsides, downsides, and a future outlook of...
5.30.2017
12:32pm
Despite the tremendous advancements we’ve made in communications over the years, this particular brand of technology is, for the most part, obsolete underwater...
5.26.2017
2:47pm
Soon, the United States military will perfect technology capable of taking out a swarm of drones in the blink of an eye. This will be made possible using...
5.26.2017
1:16pm
Over one thousand miles of sewage lines run under the city of San Francisco, which can collect up to 500 million gallons of wastewater in a single day when it...
5.25.2017
3:59pm
A newly proposed bill has begun making its rounds through Washington DC that would give the federal government authority to track, infiltrate, and outright...
5.25.2017
12:18pm
Unbeknownst to most people, sensor technology is the flesh and organs that encompass the skeletal framework of many wearables, IoT devices, and other...
5.24.2017
4:20pm
Metrological researchers at the University of Oklahoma’s Advanced Radar Research Center have developed a numerical polarimetric radar simulator that studies...
5.24.2017
12:27pm
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) have grown into a multi-billion-dollar industry. UAVs are being utilized in countless ways across the world from surveying vast...
5.24.2017
10:45am
Industry rivals Raytheon and Lockheed Martin are collaborating with like-minded Japanese business entities with hopes of developing more sophisticated radar...
5.23.2017
4:31pm
Plans are in motion to launch what is being described as the world’s smallest and lightest satellite built to date, which was developed by an 18-year old...
5.17.2017
10:30am
Any content pertaining to aspects of radar or radar-related devices are relatively far and between on this website. In a recent article, I cited the...
5.16.2017
4:29pm
A new bill has been proposed to Wisconsin state legislators that could enable self-driving vehicles (about the size of a cooler) to start delivering food and...
5.16.2017
3:14pm