Remote Lab for Robotics Applications

Robinson Jiménez, Oscar Avies Sanchez, Mauricio Mauledeox

Abstract


This article describes the development of a remote lab environment used to test and training sessions for robotics tasks. This environment is made up of the components and devices based on two robotic arms, a network link, Arduino card and Arduino shield for Ethernet, as well as an IP camera. The remote laboratory is implemented to perform remote control of the robotic arms with visual feedback by camera, of the robots actions, where, with a group of test users, it was possible to obtain performance ranges in tasks of telecontrol of up to 92%.

Keywords


remote environment, remote lab; robotic arm; robotics training

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