IGRDJ - Aims & Scope
International Geoinformatics Research and Development Journal (IGRDJ) was launched in March
2010. The first issue can be seen at www.igrdg.com. This is a joint publication Journal with ISG-
Malaysia.The IGRDJ journal is a peer review international journal that caters for scientists,
professors, researchers, post-doctoral, scholars and students who wish to promote and
communicate advances in remote sensing, GIS, GPS, Photogrammetry, LIDAR, SAR and its
integration with Information Technology with soft computing approaches and develop a seamless
network for Geoinformatics scientists  that contribute to the following areas:
Remote Sensing and GIS for all applications
GiT 4 Natural Disasters Management and Rehabilitation,  Health GIS
Advance Geo-Information Technologies and Sensors and GPS
Photogrammetry, Aerial Photography and etc.
GNSS, LIDAR, SAR and Surveying Technology
Computer and Image Processing and related fields
Civil Engineering and Technology
All authors are invited to submit complete unpublished papers, which are not under review in any
other conference or journal. The journal is published in English and it is open to authors around the
world regardless of the nationality. It is currently published 4 times in a year. Accepted papers will
be published online and authors will be provided with printed copies. See authors guide for
manuscript preparation and submission guidelines on IGRDJ website (http://www.igrdg.com). All
submitted papers will be judged based on their quality by the technical committee and reviewers
within 6 weeks and if the paper accepted, it would be published within 3 months time. Papers that
describe research and experimentation are encouraged. All paper submissions will be handled
electronically and detailed instructions on submission procedure are available on IGRDJ website
(http://www.igrdg.com). Please submit your paper to s2pirast@uwaterloo.ca or submit online.


The 6th International Conference
on Geoinformation Technologies
for Natural Disaster Management
(GiT4NDM 2014)



Programs Offer

- Joint Bachelor program
- Joint professional programs
- Short Course programs
- 2+1+2 program
- Pre-University programs
- Pre-Master program
- High School programs: grade 9-12
- Summer/Winter school programs


- Training Workshop on LIDAR Technology and Applications
- Step into The Future-Admission in Dewey College and The University of Winnipeg Canada
- LIDAR Remote SensingTechnology and Applications
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