ECTI Transactions on Computer and Information Technology (ECTI-CIT) is published by the Electrical Engineering/Electronics, Computer, Telecommunications and Information Technology (ECTI) Association which is a professional society aims to promote the communication between electrical engineers, computer scientists and IT professionals.  Contributed papers must be original that advance the state-of-the-art and applications of Computer and Information Technology. Both theoretical contributions (including new techniques, concepts, and analyses) and practical contributions (including system experiments and prototypes, and new applications) are encouraged. The submitted manuscript must have not been copyrighted, published, or submitted or accepted for publication elsewhere. The manuscript text should not contain any commercial references, such as company names, university names, trademarks, commercial acronyms, or part numbers.

Journal Abbreviation:  ECTI-CIT

Since: 2005

ISSN: 2286-9131 (Online)

DOI prefix for the ECTI Transactions is: 10.37936/   (

Language: English

Issues Per Year: 2 Issues (from 2005-2020) and 3 Issues (from 2021)

Publication Fee:  Free of Charge

Published Articles: Review Article / Research Article / Invited Article (only for an invitation provided by editors)

Review Method: Double Blind


Call for Paper: Special Issue on Recent Advances in Autonomous Vehicles and Connected Cars


Aim and Scope:
Lately, automotive manufacturers and researchers tries to develop a path forward that is approachable for self-driving cars. Due to economic, technological and infrastructural challenges, the recent research activities that was put forward to materialize the self-driving cars are face with the quick advances in technologies, today vs tomorrow – as technologies evolve, too quickly. There are several critical technologies behind the self-driving car initiatives, such as AI, safety and security, cameras, network infrastructure, and the sensor technologies radar and lidar, or laser-light radar. As self-driving technologies continues to progress, this sessions calls for papers which could showcase recent prototype developed with on-the-road testing, and also discussion on the standardization activities of ISO, IEEE, and SAE toward these efforts.

1. Connected Car Technology

2. Teen Driving Technology

3. Car Tracking System

4. Adaptive Driving Technology

5. Advanced driver-assistance systems, including those for 360-Degree Camera

6. Standardization (activities/development) in 1-5


Vol. 14 No. 2 (2020): ECTI Transaction on CIT (Nov 2020)

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