REAL: a virtual laboratory for mobile robot experiments

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This paper presents REAL (Remotely Accessible Laboratory), a virtual laboratory accessible through the Internet. The objective of REAL is to provide remote access to a mobile robots infrastructure. REAL has been implemented as a new generation telecommunication service, not as a commonplace World Wide Web (WWW) application. As such, it employs a sophisticated access framework, a communication infrastructure able to support multimedia flows, and a component-based software construction. The architecture of REAL relies on open standards, such as WWW and its related technologies (HTTP, HTML, XML, Java, etc.) and a common object request broker architecture (CORBA).

DOI: 10.1109/TE.2002.804404

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@article{Guimares2003REALAV, title={REAL: a virtual laboratory for mobile robot experiments}, author={Eliane G. Guimar{\~a}es and Antonio Maffeis and James Pereira and Bruno Russo and Eleri Cardozo and Marcel Bergerman and Maur{\'i}cio F. Magalh{\~a}es}, journal={IEEE Trans. Education}, year={2003}, volume={46}, pages={37-42} }