Implementation of a Mobile Accessible Remote Lab
Keywords:Mobile Laboratories, Analog ASIC, Data Acquisition, LabVIEW, Remote Engineering, Remote Laboratories, Tele-learning, Virtual Instruments
The purpose of the proposed research is to design and implement a LabVIEW-based remote lab client to run on a TCP/IP enabled PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) device, thus teaching using this wireless m-learning system will not be limited by time and location. In addition, resources and equipments can be integrated and shared to the extent that critically events can be monitored and handled in time. An environment will be created to train students to handle factory automation, data acquisition, data management, and manufacturing processes using mobile devices. Furthermore, the integration and sharing of lab equipments via the Internet is a kind of teaching environment which promotes learning interests and efficiency using mobile devices.
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