Remote Laboratory, Based on Raspberry Pi, to Facilitate Scientific Experimentation for Secondary School Students
Keywords:Raspberry Pi, SBC, Remote Laboratory, Remote experiments
The pandemic caused by COVID 19 forced education systems to offer their services remotely due to social distancing policies.
This article discusses research results on the development of remote laboratory architectures to deliver scientific experimentation in the area of physics for secondary school students using desktop computers or mobile devices.
The design of the remote laboratory is based on the Raspberry Pi device, using various sensors and a graphical interface through which access and communication is given.The purpose of the development of this remote laboratory is to provide teachers and students of secondary education access to the development of remote activities for scientific experimentation in physics courses, using low-cost devices and free software.
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