Remote Laser Laboratory: Lifebuoy for Laser Engineering Curriculum
Keywords:e-learning, expensive equipment, hazardous environment, labicom, laser, remote lab
Laboratory experience is one of the essentials of engineering curriculum and even more so for laser engineering specialities. But such experience might be hazardous both for students and for expensive equipment. This paper presents a ready-to-use solution fitting great in both e-learning and safe remote operation paradigms: Remote Laser Laboratory (RLL). Software and hardware solutions are presented. In addition, a short description of ongoing student activities within the RLL framework is given.
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