Geoinformatica - An International Journal (GIIJ)

aligned to the right Geoinformatica - An International Journal (GIIJ) accepts scientific research and review articles from diverse fields in microelectronics, including but not limited to:

The realm of Geoinformatica - An International Journal (GIIJ) extends, but not limited, to the following:   - Applied Geography
  - Close Range and Videometric Photogrammetry
  - Computational Geometry and Visualization
  - Digital Mapping
  - Distributed GIS/GIS and the Internet
  - Geo Tags
  - Geodata: Capture, Sources and Standards
  - Geographic Data
  - Geographic Information
  - Geographic Information Science
  - Geoinformatics
  - Geospatial Applications
  - Geospatial Databases
  - Geospatial Processing
  - Geospatial Web
  - Geostatistics
  - Global Positioning System
  - Guidance Systems
  - Integrated Geodesy
  - land and Geographic Information Systems
  - Location-Based Services
  - Map Services
  - Mobile Maps
  - Remote Sensing
  - Sensor Networks
  - Sensor Web
  - Spatial Cognition
  - Spatial Data Analysis
  - Spatial Databases
  - Spatial Ontologies and Interoperability
  - Surface Modelling
  - Web Services
These areas aim to target the foremost scientific peer reviewed journal encompassing diverse fields related to the cutting-edge technological advances in both academic and industrial arenas.