07-29-2020 07:18 PM - edited 07-29-2020 07:18 PM
i want to create a course that will teach industrial software. to let students have hands on training i want to include a remote training system possibly through a remote desktop .students will connect remotely to one of the computers in my training center which will be hooked up with controllers and other hardware that is neccessary for practical training.
in order to make the practicals work, they have to use a web interface that i will build to request for any changes to be done in the hardware for instance, restarting or resetting or ON/OFF input and output devices.
so the two points here are the usage of a web interface and a remote desktop as part of the course.
07-30-2020 06:24 AM
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07-30-2020 07:13 PM
i will upload training videos that will show practical sessions interacting with certain hardware to follow along stundents would need to either buy or lease those devices but students won't be able to afford them to buy that's why i came up with an idea to let them use a remote PC that will be connected to those devices. this way students can follow my course on udemy while doing practicals remotely...
so my question really is
can i use external web based apps for students to login to the remote PCs for practicals? these external apps will manage studnet access to the hardware resources
07-31-2020 06:09 AM
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