Possible Utilization of the Artificial Intelligence Elements in the Creation of Remote Experiments

Michal Krbeček, František Schauer, Ivan Zelinka


Remote laboratories start to be an important tool both in science and education. The massive spread of those modern technologies is hampered by the absence of the standardized solutions and difficulties with their implementation by the wide segment of scientists and educators. This paper intends to contribute to the idea how the artificial intelligence may contribute to the remote laboratories controlling programme creation and thus remove the ensuing barrier. The paper describes first the basic scheme of a remote experiment on a typical solution example based on the Internet School Experimental System (ISES) hardware and the state of the art in the compiling of the control programme software. Then it focuses on the basic principles of the artificial intelligence and suggests its use in the developing of remote experiments. This part can serve as an inspiring source of ideas for the future developments in the area, particularly in the consideration about the future of remote experiments. In conclusions are summarized the main contributions of the artificial intelligence, which will affect the development of software for the design of control logic of remote experiments, especially based on the system ISES.


remote experiments; remote laboratories; artificial intelligence; control logic of remote experiments

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International Journal of Online and Biomedical Engineering (iJOE) – eISSN: 2626-8493
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