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Design of Engineering Education System Using Long-Distance-Controlled Robots

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3 Author(s)
Minamide, A. ; Kanazawa Tech. Coll., Kanazawa, Japan ; Takemata, K. ; Pee Suat Hoon

This paper described the design of engineering education system using long-distance-controlled robots (LDCR). In the LDCR, the players operate the robots on one physical site via the Internet. The students' international exchange might not work out only by preparing the hardware of the LDCR. It is not easy to promote the project because there are a language barrier and a difference of the culture between students of foreign countries. Therefore, there is the education system as one of the most important points to make a success of this education. In this paper, an outline of the LDCR is described. Next, our proposed education system is described. In addition, the international exchange between Technical College in Japan and Polytechnic of Singapore that uses it is explained.

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Advanced Learning Technologies, 2009. ICALT 2009. Ninth IEEE International Conference on

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15-17 July 2009

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