Internet-Based Real-Time Control Laboratory



This paper outlines the conceptualization, design and implementation of a platform for remote real-time control laboratory using the Internet. The platform consists of two fundamental modules the Server application and the Client application. The Internet provides a gateway to transfer data between these two components. JAVA and MATLAB® have been selected as the development languages, and the interface between them implemented with the Jmatlink library.


Internet-based control; Remote laboratory; Networked control; Quality of Service; Distant learning


Remote Laboratories


8th Portuguese Conference on Automatic Control, July 2008

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Year 2014 : 1 citations

 Brito Palma, L., J. Costa Cruz, P. Sousa Gil, and F. Vieira Coito. "Dynamical systems simulator based on a Java application." In Remote Engineering and Virtual Instrumentation (REV), 2014 11th International Conference on, pp. 397-398. IEEE, 2014.

Year 2013 : 2 citations

 Palma, L. Brito, J. Costa Cruz, F. Vieira Coito, and P. Sousa Gil. "Interactive demonstration of a java-based simulator of dynamical systems." In Experiment@ International Conference (exp. at'13), 2013 2nd, pp. 176-177. IEEE, 2013.

 Palma, Luis Brito, João Costa Cruz, Paulo Sousa Gil, and Fernando Vieira Coito. "Simulator of Dynamical Systems and PID Control based on Java Language." International Journal of Online Engineering (iJOE) 9, no. S8 (2013): pp-59.