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This paper describes recent improvements of the Automatic Control Telelab (ACT), a remote laboratory of automatic control developed at the University of Siena. In particular, it focuses on a new tool which allows students to perform system identification experiments on remote processes by means of both classical (statistical) and set-membership (deterministic) techniques. Through this machinery, students can identify a suitable dynamic model of a process, design a controller and then test its behaviour remotely. The ACT home page is: http://www.dii.unisi.it/∼control/act.