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RELATED - REmotes LAboraTories extenED



RELATED framework proposes a structured methodology of remote/virtual labs development and, also, provides common facilities as user management, booking, basic visualization (trend graphs and direct interaction using interactives variables), data logging and experimental session’s control. In order to get these facilities, an RLAB (Remote LABoratory) system it defined using a formal specification of a virtual or remote laboratory (based on XML and used to structure components for laboratory). The main component is experiment, so students could run these experiments using RELATED facilities as painting data from the laboratory, change any relevant variable or take a look on laboratory structure. In order to integrate a laboratory as an RLAB system, the researchers and lecturers only have to develop local access to equipment using Java technology, using the “module” paradigm.


Science/Research, Education, Engineering

User interface

Java Swing

Programming Language


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