The American Journal of Geospatial Technology (AJGT) is an International, interdisciplinary, open access, and double-blind peer-reviewed journal that publishes research articles on the progress and application of mapping and surveying technology. This journal is dedicated to publishing high-quality, original research articles on geospatial technology, which comprises theoretical foundations of spatial and geographical information science and technology, through computation with geospatial information to technologies for geographical information applications.
Aim & Scope AJGT aims to provide a publication platform for communication between researchers and professionals concerning geospatial technologies, engineering and science and to serve as a source reference and archive of progress and development in these areas. This journal encourages researchers and academicians to submit their manuscripts related but not limited to geographical information systems (GIS), geomatics, geophysics, geography, geology, engineering surveying, remote sensing, photogrammetry and cartography, GPS, geodesy, oceanography, hydrography, marine science, engineering and technology. The journal particularly encourages manuscripts on innovative applications and theories in these fields or of an interdisciplinary nature.
Areas of publication Geospatial information, technologies, science, engineering, and other linked evolving areas.
Frequencies of publication Three issues in a year while it accepts articles throughout the years and publishes online immediate after acceptance of the final version.