TecQuipment’s remote, interactive and flexible Versatile Data Acquisition System (VDAS®) improves laboratory teaching remotely by allowing students to engage and participate from a distance in real-life, live laboratory experiments. It works with a growing list of over 70 TecQuipment products, enabling real-time display and capture of experimental data.
For individual, group or post-graduate student use, or for laboratory technicians and lecturers demonstrating experiments to a whole class online, VDAS® e-lab gives each participating individual real-time calculation, recording and charting abilities with fast data export on their own computers, while being connected to the single experiment and receiving a live data feed.
In response to recent distance and hybrid lab requirements, MATRIX has updated their Modern Electrical Machines Training System (MEM System) to include remote operating capabilities. This unique system allows students to explore both the relevant and theoretical properties of diverse motors in a safe learning environment.
The new Locked-Rotor Add-on, enables the system to be accessed from any location (worldwide) that a student may be securely logging in from. This add-on component allows users to control inputs and observe influences on current, torque or additional test components remotely via the internet.
PASCO is focused on assisting educators searching for resources as they navigate the rapidly changing learning environment and transition to online labs. In response, PASCO is extending free resources to support the continuation of science learning despite school closures.
MTC offers a robust Learning Management System, packaged with advanced learning courses in CNC, Robotics, Mechatronics and Automation, with over 1000 hours of rich digital content covering over 60 courses.
The Modern Electrical Machines Training System is a revolutionary way of safely studying the characteristics of different motor types in a learning environment. This portable system addresses the same teaching outcomes at a fraction of the cost of larger and more complicated systems. MATRIX's new locked-rotor equipment allows for the system to be controlled from a students home or any other on or offsite location as part of a remote lab.