Aims and Scope

The Advances in Geomatics (AIG) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal dedicated to advancing the field of geomatics. The journal aims to publish high-quality research articles, review papers, and technical notes that contribute to the understanding, development, and application of geomatics principles, technologies, and methodologies.

The journal welcomes contributions from researchers, academicians, professionals, and practitioners in the multidisciplinary domain of geomatics, including but not limited to the following areas:

Geospatial Data Acquisition:

  • Remote sensing techniques and technologies
  • Global Navigation Satellite Systems (GNSS)
  • Terrestrial and airborne laser scanning (LiDAR)
  • Photogrammetry and image analysis
  • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) for data acquisition

Geospatial Data Processing and Analysis:

  • Spatial data modeling and representation
  • Geospatial data integration and interoperability
  • Spatial data mining and knowledge discovery
  • Spatial statistics and Geostatistics
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence in Geomatics

Geospatial Data Management:

  • Spatial databases and data warehouses
  • Geospatial data quality and uncertainty
  • Spatial data infrastructure and interoperability
  • Big data analytics in geomatics
  • Geospatial data privacy and security

Geospatial Information Systems (GIS):

  • GIS theory, algorithms, and applications
  • Web GIS and mobile GIS
  • Spatial decision support systems
  • Geovisualization and visual analytics
  • Spatial data infrastructure and open geospatial standards

Geospatial Applications:

  • Land administration and cadastral systems
  • Urban and regional planning
  • Environmental monitoring and management
  • Natural resources management
  • Transportation and logistics

Geomatics for Sustainable Development:

  • Geomatics applications in climate change studies
  • Disaster management and risk assessment
  • Renewable energy and environmental sustainability
  • Indigenous knowledge and cultural heritage mapping
  • Geomatics for social and economic development

The journal encourages original research that pushes the boundaries of geomatics, promotes interdisciplinary collaborations, and addresses emerging challenges in the field. Contributions that integrate geomatics with other disciplines such as geography, environmental sciences, engineering, computer science, and social sciences are particularly welcomed.

We strive to maintain high standards of scientific rigor and integrity in the review process, ensuring the publication of innovative and impactful research in the geomatics field. By disseminating knowledge and fostering exchange among researchers and practitioners, AIG aims to contribute to the advancement of geomatics and its applications for the betterment of society.