Easily Integrable Platform for the Deployment of a Remote Laboratory for Microcontrollers
Author(s)Garcia-Zubia, Javier; University of Deusto
Angulo, Ignacio; University of Deusto
Irurzun, Jaime; University of Deusto
Orduna, Pablo; DeustoTech
Ruiz, Jonathan; DeustoTech
Hernandez, Unai; University pf Deusto
Castro, Manuel; UNED
San-Cristobal, Elio; UNED
Contributor(s)Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation
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AbstractRemote laboratories are the natural solution in order to perform real experimentation under e-learning tools. Nevertheless these tools are the result of the research developed by the universities to cover their own needs without having in consideration the deployment of this technology by other institutions. This paper presents a hw prototype for a Remote Lab for microcontrollers that tries to solve these problems contributing new possibilities from the commercial and professional point of view.
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