Aims and Scope

 Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Robotic Applications (JICTRA) is open access peer-reviewed journal that provides a forum to the academic and industrial community to report the latest innovation and identify emerging trends in the field of telecommunication technologies, machine learning and Artificial intelligence, robotic systems, wireless networks, and mobile computing. Special emphasis is given to technology innovation and real-world applications. The main objective of Robotics is to establish an excellent channel of communication between experts in academic and research institutions, practitioners and professionals working in the industry, and policymakers.

            Studies may relate, but are not limited, to the following categories:

Wireless sensor networks for robot navigation, Artificial Neural Networks, Database Management System, Software Engineering and Architecture, Software Project Management, Dynamic Programming, Digital Signal Processing Theory, Distributed Sensor Networks, Wired/wireless Sensor, Wireless technologies which includes 3G And 4G Mobile communications services, ad-hoc and sensor networks, Genetic Engineering and Technologies, Satellite Engineering and Technology, Mathematical logic and Modeling, Embedded System on Chip. RF circuits Design, Image Processing, Analysis and Recognition, Genetic and Evolutionary Algorithms, Mathematical/analytical modeling and computer simulation.

Peer Review Policy:

Every article is first read by one of the Editors. If the article meets the general expectations of a scholarly article, it is usually sent out to two blind reviewers. It can then be accepted, resubmitted with attention to the reviewer(s)’ comments, or rejected. If two reviewers have widely different conclusions on the acceptability of the article, it is sent to an additional reviewer or a decision is taken by Editorial Team.


The Journal of Information Communication Technologies and Robotic Applications makes every effort to ensure the accuracy of all the information (the “Content”). The journal makes no representations or warranties whatsoever as for the accuracy, completeness of content and disclaim all such representations and warranties whether express or implied.