A measurement laboratory on geographic network for remote test experiments

Abstract

A remote laboratory for teaching purposes in the field of measuring experiments was activated. Students can access automatic measuring setups and instruments via a geographic network and directly carry out real experiments. This laboratory has been devised on the basis of de-facto networking standards so that students are required to use only a simple commercial Internet Web browser. Moreover, a concurrence of more users on the same measuring setup is allowed. The remote laboratory concept allows measuring resources located at different geographically remote sites to be utilized by a wide distribution of students. In this way, a more complete educational proposal can be economically offered by several geographically remote laboratories specialized in different measuring fields.

DOI: 10.1109/19.872919

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@article{Arpaia2000AML, title={A measurement laboratory on geographic network for remote test experiments}, author={Pasquale Arpaia and Aldo Baccigalupi and Felice Cennamo and Pasquale Daponte}, journal={IEEE Trans. Instrumentation and Measurement}, year={2000}, volume={49}, pages={992-997} }