On September 19th, 2019, the e-TEE 2019 (e-Technologies in Engineering Education) conference took place. At the conference, Pablo Orduña, from LabsLand, gave a talk as a keynote speaker on “Democratizing STEM experimentation with the LabsLand global network”. The abstract of the talk is below:
Experimentation is key in every engineering field. Remote laboratories are software and hardware tools that enable students to experiment with real equipment through the Internet. Accessing real equipment remotely has certain advantages, such as flexibility (in time and location), but the most important one is that it has the potential to drastically reduce costs through laboratory sharing among different institutions. By sharing labs, institutions also have access to more laboratories maintained by other universities. LabsLand is company that has created a global network of online laboratories, where schools and universities worldwide access real experiments performed in other universities on five continents. LabsLand is a spin-off of the WebLab-Deusto research group of the University of Deusto.
More information about the conference in: https://pg.edu.pl/etee2019/program1