Linking together reservation systems and remote labs
In the technical track of a new remote labs project called Labs on line, we will look at the linking of two reservation systems for remote labs. Instead of integrating both systems into one new system we are exploring possibilities of designing a generic interface for remote lab reservation systems. By using this approach organizations will be able to keep and manage their own reservation systems while linking them with the labs of other organizations. This is a very flexible and scalable solution, both from a technological point of view as from an organizational point of view. Individual implementations can thus be customized and integrated with other systems without affecting existing reservation systems.
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