The advances of robotics science and technology in the last many decades have propelled the human civilization to the unprecedented level. The computing substance has evolved from electro-mechanical calculators, vacuum tubes, transistors, micro-chip to the now envisioned three-dimensional computing. With this rate, it is expected that within 20 years, the modeling and simulation of the whole region of the human brain would be completed enable the incorporation of all the methods of human intelligence into the robot. The robotics technology has permeated the very fabric of human life and become an integral and indispensable part of human endeavors from taking care of patients, cleaning the rooms, performing SAR mission, mapping the sea floor all the way to exploring the outer space. It is now within our reach that the same technology can be extended to the nano-scale for targeted drug delivery and in-vivo propulsion and navigation in cancer treatment.
The UNSYSdigital hosts an array of international journals dedicated to record the progress of relevant science and technology to robotics and unmanned systems as well as other advanced technologies relevant to human life.
Journal of Unmanned System Technology
Journal of Unmanned System Technology (JUST, ISSN 2287-7320) is scholarly publication of research work in all relevant areas of unmanned vehicle technologies including dynamics, navigation, guidance, control and its safety verification. The editor welcomes contribution in the form of research article, review paper, brief paper as well as short communication presenting recent progress in the subject area. JUST is an open-access online journal delivered on a responsive web template.
Indexing and abstracting
The editor is currently receiving the papers for the issues published in 2016/2017.
International Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics
The International Journal of Robotics and Mechatronics is a gateway for researchers, innovators, technology investigators, industrialist and scholars around the word to publish their research outcomes, exchange knowledge and update themselves with the latest development in this area of technology and Innovation. It will with no doubt allow you to strengthen your research through sharing your initial research finding, brain storm your ideas and explore the possible commercial and industrial application for your research outcomes.
Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering are one of the most sustainable and growing subjects that has a major industrial, economic, environmental, technological and social impact in our daily life. They have no technological boundaries and never put an end to the applied research development at certain type of engineering subject. Robotics and Mechatronics Engineering are mainly aiming to raise the efficiency of our industry, improve the human being quality of life and possibly get back human disabilities
The editor is presently receiving and processing submissions for the issues published in 2016.
Journal of Instrumentation, Automation and Systems
The field of Instrumentation, Automation and Systems is a fast increasing field of engineering due to the more and more need on automation or autonomous operation of various engineering systems, in particular the recent emerging field of Unmanned Systems. For achieving such a goal of automatic or autonomous operation of systems, sensors, actuators, and controllers as necessary components to form an integrated and functional systems are critical. New development in smart actuators, smart sensors, and new controller hardware and software tools and devices are being developed and available in the market with much shorter period than before. To reflect and document the new design, new concept, new development, new implementation, and new engineering applications, a high quality journal focusing on Instrumentation, Automation and Systems is established. The JIAS provides new findings and development necessary and important in the field in a timely manner, from different levels of system components, components integration, and entire system development and implementation.
The editor is currently accepting papers for the issues published in 2016.
Progress and Communication in Sciences
The advances of science and technology in the last many decades have propelled the human civilization to the unprecedented level. From physics to biology, from mathematics to computer science, from material science to chemistry, the human endeavour seems to have accelerated towards its summit point. Despite all these achievements, however, many fundamental questions remain unanswered. Outstanding humanity problems cover energy, water, environment, food, disease, poverty, education and population. The journal is established to record, document and disseminate findings and communication in all branches of science and technology to address the humanity problems and to promote advancement of human life. Cutting-edge research work will be given the highest priority for publication in the journal. The editor also gives higher consideration to the submitted work representing multidisciplinary disciplines. Progress and Communication in Science ensures an unbiased peer-reviewed publication of original work to reach the widest audience timely.
The editor is presently receiving submission of papers to be published in 2016 issues.
Journal of Mathematics, Statistics and Applications
Virtually any science and technological advances has started or even shaped by the progress of the underlying mathematical sciences. The Journal of Mathematics, Statistics and Applications is established to highlight and promote the important role of mathematics in solving real world problems that exist in biology, chemistry, physics and engineering. The submitted work will be accepted on the basis of novelty, importance and impact to the advancement of science in general. Both applied and theoretical work would be welcome. The editors employ a double blind review process to make sure the objective and unbiased examination of the submitted work.
The editor is receiving submissions for the first issue.
Marine and Underwater Science and Technology
Ocean covers approximately 72% of Earth's surface from which only 5% has been explored. It houses more than two million marine species, forms part of the carbon cycle and influences climate and weather patterns. The study of ocean, its exploration and responsible exploitation is therefore pivotal to the sustainability of life on earth and the future of the humankind.
The Marine and Underwater Science Technology is established to capture, record and disseminate the critical findings and development in the study of ocean as habitat and marine and underwater technology as an instrument of its exploration. The editor welcomes original contribution in all relevant subject areas in its broadest sense which include not only engineering but also social, economic and management aspects of ocean exploration. Leading-edge research work would be given the priority for publication, but high consideration would be given as well to comprehensive review paper as well as outcome of ongoing research demonstrating the relevant activities of working marine scientists.
MUST is published in collaboration with International Society of Intelligent Unmanned Systems.