Adapting Hands-on Laboratory’s Materials and Embedded Systems from Local Use to Remote Experimenting through Internet

Authors : Yassine Larbaoui; Ahmed Naddami; Ahmed Fahli

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : 10.38124/IJISRT20JUL187

This paper presents the work of adapting hands-on laboratory’s materials of NI Elvis and Quanser from in-poste exploit to online access and remote exploit for online experimenting, after analyzing different aspects of adapting any hands-on laboratory’s material of in-place experimenting to remote exploit. This paper presents the work of developing a software multiplexing technique, and other techniques, to multiplex between different software codes and programs, in order to control different types of experiments in electronic of energy while using and sharing the same physical components and materials nearly simultaneously. In addition, this paper presents the work of creating web client interfaces; to use those embedded systems of NI Elvis and Quanser and their deployed experiments through the internet while relying on an e-learning platform of our remote lab to support their remote access. The principal advantage of conducted adaptations is sharing the same hardware and software resources between different experiments at the same time, while exploiting them locally and through the internet by multiusers.

Keywords : Circuits experimenting; e-learning; embedded systems; experiments switching; software switching; remote experiments.


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