International Journal of Instrumentation Control and Automation

Aims & Scope

The objectives of IJICA are to establish an effective channel of communication between developers, system integrators, technocrats, academics and research institutions, and persons concerned with the complex role of instrumentation, control and automation for the target systems. It addresses the evolution and realization of the theory, algorithms, techniques, schemes and tools for platforms such as components, machines, processing, packaging, and material handling systems with emphasis on implications that the derived methodological choices have possible implementations. It also aims to promote and coordinate developments in this field. IJICA publishes design, realisation and operation of automation and control related original papers, review papers, technical reports, case studies, tutorials, conference reports, notes, commentaries, and news. Special Issues devoted to important topics in instrumentation, control and automation technology are encouraged from institutions for publication.
Topics suitable for IJICA include but are not limited to: Intelligent Systems
Process Control, Monitoring, Design and Optimization, Automation
Industrial Applications Control
Devices and Instruments
Navigation, Guidance and Control
Information and Networking
Manufacturing Systems and Automation
Multimedia Systems
Control theory and practice
Identification and modelling
Application of soft computing
Biomedical Engineering Systems
Real-time issues
Distributed control and remote monitoring
System integration
Fault detection and isolation (FDI)
Virtual instrumentation and control
Fieldbus technology and interfaces
Agriculture, environment, health applications
Industry, military, space applications
Access Control
Robotics and Applications
Sensors and Signal Processing
Control Theory and Applications