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Aims & Scope


Mechatronics and Intelligent Transportation Systems (MITS) (ISSN 2958-020X) is an open access refereed journal reporting advances in the state-of-the-art in mechatronic technologies and intelligent transportation systems, as well as their synergistic combinations. MITS provides a chance for researchers around the world to showcase their creative thinking and innovative solutions in areas like control systems of intelligent vehicles, mechanical engineering for transportation, intelligent transportation infrastructure, and e-transportation, to name but a few. We welcome original submissions in various forms, including reviews, regular research papers, and short communications as well as Special Issues on particular topics. The journal is especially interested in the research that leads to improved planning and operation of the transportation system through the application of new mechatronic technologies.

The aim of MITS is to encourage scientists to publish their theoretical and experimental results in as much detail as possible. Therefore, the journal has no restrictions regarding the length of papers. Full details should be provided so that the results can be reproduced. In addition, the journal has the following features:

  • All published papers are indexed in mainstream journal indexing systems.
  • Manuscripts regarding new and innovative research proposals and ideas are particularly welcome.
  • Authors from non-English speaking countries will receive language support.
  • Journal editors behave in a professional and courteous manner toward authors, and offer specific suggestions for improving a paper.


The scope of the journal covers, but is not limited to the following topics:

Computer vision

  • Image processing
  • Intelligent transportation infrastructure
  • E-transportation
  • Development of intelligent vehicles
  • Control systems of intelligent vehicles
  • Industrial design
  • Product modeling and design
  • Intelligent mechatronic control
  • Connected vehicles
  • Auto navigation and driver assistance systems
  • Electronic and electronic engineering
  • Lidar and three-dimensional sensors
  • Proximity sensors
  • Trajectory planning and control
  • Mechanical engineering
  • Mechanical engineering for transportation
  • Mechatronic products and applications
  • Modeling, identification, and control of mechatronic systemsSmart energy systems and future transportation