International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE)

The objective of the journal is to publish and discuss fundamentals, applications and experiences in the field of remote engineering, cyber-physical systems, virtual instrumentation and online simulations. The use of virtual and remote controlled devices and remote laboratories is one of the future trend developments for advanced teleworking/e-working environments.

Online Engineering is the future trend in engineering and science. It covers working directions such as remote engineering, cyber-physical systems, virtual instrumentation, simulation techniques and others.

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Vol 17, No 05 (2021)

Table of Contents


Giovanni Esposito, Davide Mezzogori, Davide Reverberi, Giovanni Romagnoli, Maria Ustenko, Francesco Zammori
pp. 4-32
Amine Moulay Taj, Ernesto Fabregas, Abdelmoula Abouhilal, Naima Taifi, Abdessamad Malaoui
pp. 33-48
Meryem Fakhouri Amr, Nezha Benmoussa, Khalifa Mansouri, Mohammed Qbadou
pp. 49-68
Mohammed Hamdi, Asif Rehman, Abdullah Alghamdi, Muhammad Ali Nizamani, Malik Muhammad Saad Missen, Muhamamd Ali Memon
pp. 69-80
Prajoy Podder, Aditya Khamparia, M. Rubaiyat Hossain Mondal, Mohammad Atikur Rahman, Subrato Bharati
pp. 81-99
Mohammad Karimi Moridani, Tina Habikazemi, Nahid Khoramabadi
pp. 100-118
Anatolii Levitskyi, Iryna Benzar, Volodymyr Vitiaz, Dmytro Golovatiuk, Oleksandr Karabenyuk
pp. 119-132
Supattra Puttinaovarat, Siwipa Pruitikanee, Jinda Kongcharoen, Paramate Horkaew
pp. 133-146
Washington Xavier García-Quilachamin, Julieta Evangelina Sánchez-Cano, Jorge Herrera-Tapia, Edisson Javier Velesaca-Zambrano
pp. 147-164
Brahim Jabir, Noureddine Falih, Khalid Rahmani
pp. 165-184