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Call for Papers: Special Issue

Automatika: Journal for Control, Measurement, Electronics, Computing and Communications

Deadline: 7 March 2019

Internet of Robotic Things (IORT) For Smart Industrial Automation

Internet of Robotic Things [IoRT] is an emerging technical vision which combines pervasive object and sensors with robotics and automation.  Merging of the Internet of Things and Robotics will develop the skills in both Internet of Things and Robotic system which enables the new creation and potentially disruptive services. Smart Industries around the world would squeeze new methods to automation. The industry of robotics is increasing beyond the optimistic predictions. Robots are also used to cover the wide range of industries and applications. IoRT helps to improve productivity, meet consumer’s expectations for customization and drive continuous product innovation while consistently lowering its costs. IoRT gives Accuracy, Flexibility, Lower labor costs, Quiet operations, speed, minimizing product damage in Industries. The applications of IoRT can be used in Aerospace, Healthcare, E-Commerce, Food industry, Electronics Industry, Automotive Industry, Information Technology, Retail, Beverage, medical, Grocery, Hardware, Healthcare, Manufacturing Industry, Quality Control and Inspection and Data warehousing.

Topics of Interest include, but not limited to:

  • IoT based Robotics and Automation
  • Motion control of robot manipulators, mobile robots, aerial robots/vehicles, and space robots.
  • Autonomous Agents in Industries
  • Engineering Robotic Applications on Intelligent Control Systems and Optimization
  • IoT based Robot Design, Development and Control
  • Robotics and computer integrated manufacturing
  • Industrial IoT applications for automation
  • Humanoid Robots and Human-Robots Interfaces
  • Resources and Knowledge Management in Industry
  • Intelligent robots, autonomous robots, collaborative robots
  • Robotics and FMS for remanufacturing
  • Smart systems, HCI, brain computer interface
  • Telerobotics and Teleoperation
  • Industrial robots, service robots, Cloud machines, cloud robots


Language: en-US

Publisher: tandf

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Submission guidelines

The author should follow the formatting guidelines of Automatika and submit through the Online Submission Link

Important Dates

Manuscripts due by: 7th March 2019 

Notification to authors: 7th May 2019

Final versions due by: 7th July 2019

Tentative Publication Date: August 2019

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