RemoteLabs Platform

Nils Crabeel, Betina Campos Neves, Benedita Malheiro

Abstract


This paper reports on a first step towards the implementation of a framework for remote experimentation of electric machines ? the RemoteLabs platform. This project was focused on the development of two main modules: the user Web-based and the electric machines interfaces. The Web application provides the user with a front-end and interacts with the back-end ? the user and experiment persistent data. The electric machines interface is implemented as a distributed client server application where the clients, launched by the Web application, interact with the server modules located in platforms physically connected the electric machines drives. Users can register and authenticate, schedule, specify and run experiments and obtain results in the form of CSV, XML and PDF files. These functionalities were successfully tested with real data, but still without including the electric machines. This
inclusion is part of another project scheduled to start soon.

Keywords


Remote experimentation; Web application; client server architecture; electric motor; electrical engineering education.

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International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 1861-2121
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