Mechatronics and Intelligent Transportation Systems (MITS) is a cutting-edge journal dedicated to the latest advancements in mechatronics and intelligent transportation systems, along with their synergistic integration. MITS stands out as a platform for global researchers to present their novel and innovative ideas, particularly in areas such as intelligent vehicle control systems, mechanical engineering in transportation, and smart transportation infrastructure. The journal invites diverse forms of original submissions, including reviews, research papers, and short communications, along with Special Issues on specific topics. MITS is particularly keen on research that enhances transportation planning and operations through the application of new mechatronic technologies.
MITS aims to be a premier source for detailed theoretical and experimental research in its field, imposing no limits on paper length to ensure comprehensive and replicable studies. The journal's distinctive features include:
Every publication benefits from prominent indexing, ensuring widespread recognition.
A distinguished editorial team upholds unparalleled quality and broad appeal.
Seamless online discoverability of each article maximizes its global reach.
An author-centric and transparent publication process enhances submission experience.
The scope of MITS encompasses a broad range of topics, setting it apart from other journals with its focus on the intersection of mechatronics and intelligent transportation:
Computer Vision in Transportation: Explores advanced computer vision techniques for traffic monitoring, vehicle detection, and autonomous driving systems.
Image Processing Technologies: Focuses on the application of image processing in traffic signal recognition, lane detection, and vehicle classification.
Intelligent Transportation Infrastructure: Studies the development of smart roads, traffic management systems, and infrastructure that support intelligent transportation solutions.
E-Transportation Innovations: Examines electronic transportation advancements, including electric vehicles, charging infrastructure, and e-mobility services.
Development of Intelligent Vehicles: Research on designing and developing intelligent vehicles, encompassing aspects of automation, connectivity, and electrification.
Control Systems for Intelligent Vehicles: Investigates advanced control algorithms and systems for enhancing the safety and efficiency of autonomous vehicles.
Industrial Design in Transportation: Looks at the role of industrial design in vehicle aesthetics, ergonomics, and user experience.
Product Modeling and Design: Explores the process of conceptualizing and creating models for transportation products, emphasizing functionality and user interface.
Intelligent Mechatronic Control: Covers the integration of mechatronics in the control of transportation systems, including robotics and automation.
Connected Vehicle Technologies: Focuses on vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) and vehicle-to-infrastructure (V2I) communications for improved traffic flow and safety.
Auto Navigation and Driver Assistance: Studies navigation systems and driver assistance technologies such as adaptive cruise control and parking assistance.
Electrical Engineering in Transportation: Investigates the role of electrical and electronic engineering in the development of transportation systems, focusing on circuit design, signal processing, and power systems.
Lidar and 3D Sensing Technologies: Examines the use of lidar and three-dimensional sensors in vehicle navigation, obstacle detection, and environment mapping.
Proximity Sensors in Transportation: Discusses the application of proximity sensors in collision avoidance systems and traffic monitoring.
Mechatronic Products and Applications: Exploration of mechatronic products and their applications in transportation.
Modeling and Control of Mechatronic Systems: Strategies for modeling and controlling complex mechatronic systems in transportation.
Smart Energy Systems in Transportation: Integration of smart energy solutions in future transportation systems.