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Remote Laboratories for Education and Research Purposes in Automatic Control Systems

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5 Author(s)
Santana, I. ; Autom., Robotic & Perception Res. Group, Univ. Central “Marta Abreu” de Las Villas (UCLV), Santa Clara, Cuba ; Ferre, M. ; Izaguirre, E. ; Aracil, R.
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This paper describes the experiences using remote laboratories for education and research in the field of Control Engineering. The use of remote laboratories for education in subjects of control is increasingly becoming a resorted method by the universities in order to offer a flexible service in schedules with greater and better operation of available resources. Nevertheless, for research activities, remote laboratories are not widely used. The aim of this contribution is thereby to apply the experience of remote laboratories in research applications in order to share complex equipments among different researchers. Some experiments are carried out to demonstrate the effectiveness of using remote laboratories in research experiments related to robotic system. The results of the implementation of remote experimentations to control a 3-DOF parallel robot by using Distance Laboratory System (SLD) are exposed. The performance of the system is evaluated by the possibilities and functionality of the proposed remote laboratory platform.

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Industrial Informatics, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:9 ,  Issue: 1 )