In this article, we talk about and highlight the importance of reporting and assessment in laboratories. We discuss why reporting is important and how it contributes to science and related education in addition to the link between remote labs and reporting.
In this article, we discuss the importance and place of repeatable experiments in science in addition to their numerous contributions to every part of our lives.
In this post, we are exploring the importance of an innovation in education. Remote labs have long existed, but they have just captured the public's attention due to the impact the pandemic has on education. You can find out more about remote labs, their advantages, and various tools inside them in this article.
See Acrome's 6-DOF ACROBOT in action using multiple programming languages and Altair's Activate as the digital twin platform.
In this whitepaper, we are exploring Python® language support of ACROME’s educational robotic systems.
In this blog episode we'll be sharing information about Stewart Platforms (aka Hexapods) and their usages in real life and various industries.
Here is a good list that encapsulates what could be done with a decent quality ball balancer system: 6 different control lab experiments.
2018 was such a productive year for robotic developments. Different kind of industries like medical, bio, domestic and toy segments have all made brilliant advancements with the help of artificial intelligence.
Control Systems in Nature and Human; Control Systems in Social Life and Information and Control Theory.
Problems in robotics courses: "Lack of hands-on experince", "limited amount of time for education" and "What to do for a better introduction?"
It is well known that the kids question a lot how the things are shaped and interact with each other. I strongly believe the saying of Albert Einstein: The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing.
Getting engineering courses can be seen like learning how to drive; you can study the highway code (or learn the theory) for years, but nothing can prepare you for the real thing, which is getting behind the wheel and hitting the open road.