The International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering

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The International Journal of Unmanned Systems Engineering 2016-10-14T12:50:02+00:00
IJUSEng is the official journal of Unmanned Vehicle University

The official journal of Unmanned Vehicle University

IJUSEng is the first international journal exclusively dedicated to unmanned systems engineering. The journal promotes the advancement of the applied science, technology and operation of unmanned systems through the dissemination of original research representing significant advances in the design, development, testing and operation of autonomous systems. IJUSEng provides a platform for authors and researchers for communicating their latest findings, ideas and methods at the forefront of technology in the field of unmanned systems engineering.

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Publication Criteria

The Editorial Board will consider high quality original research articles, review articles, point-of-view articles, correspondence, technical notes and conference reports in the areas of aerial, ground, surface, underwater and space vehicle engineering. The scope is wide, covering research, design, development, operation, safety and reliability.

The scope extends, but is not limited, to

  • Aerodynamics and aeroelasticity
  • Airships & aerostats
  • Autonomy and swarming
  • Economic impact
  • Electrical & electronic systems
  • Fire-fighting and disaster management
  • Flight control systems and avionics
  • Flight stability
  • Flight test & evaluation
  • Fluid mechanics
  • Human factors
  • Law enforcement applications
  • Materials
  • Micro air vehicles
  • Micro-electro-mechanical systems
  • Modelling and simulation
  • Multi-vehicle systems
  • Navigation
  • Optical, acoustic and electromagnetic communications
  • Platform and payload integration
  • Robotics
  • Rotor craft design
  • Safety management systems
  • Satellite and spacecraft technologies
  • Software engineering
  • Structural and mechanical design
  • Testing and performance
  • Unmanned systems control interfaces
  • Unmanned systems operator training
  • Visible, infra-red and radar sensors