Remote Lab Experiments: Measuring and Monitoring of Temperature Changes

Al Sabri Ahmed, Moussetad Mohamed, Adhiri Rahma, Akensous Youness, Khazri Yassine, Ennasri Hind, Laouina Zineb


The physical training education systems of the faculties of science focus on practical manipulations. Remote Labs are a recent approach used for educating experimental manipulations by using the performance of information and communication technologies. This article presents a real remote laboratory using low-cost embedded systems addressed to engineering and undergraduate students. The manipulation is based on the electronic control system to change the temperature with a plate-form, which is developed to permit students and teacher access to this manipulation. Our purpose of this study is the development of a control system to improve current educational systems in Moroccan universities by managing practical manipulations for a large number of students, based on a web from anywhere and anytime. Measuring and Monitoring of Temperature changes is a new experience of a remote monitoring system that will be allowed the users to access the experiment thought a specific web site.


physics training, remote lab, experiments, temperature changes

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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