DSMC has developed a remote lab facility through a series of previous, quite successful initiatives that focused on the Arduino development platform. This series of courses has been sponsored by IEEE CAS society and has resulted in the operation of an open, remotely accessible laboratory through a web-interface focusing mainly on under-graduate and graduate students following physical and engineering sciences.

You can enter the open remote Arduino labs at HOU here

In 2014 this remote lab facility has been complemented to provide an intensive multi-modal learning course on digital systems design using VHDL and FPGA boards on a remote laboratory facility with the support of IEEE CAS and ALTERA that donated the development boards.

You can enter the open remote FPGA labs at HOU here

Related publications:

V. Fotopoulos, A. Fanariotis, T. Orphanoudakis, A. Skodras, “Remote FPGA Laboratory Course Development based on an Open Multimodal Laboratory Facility”, 19th Panhellenic Conference on Informatics (PCI 2015), Athens, Greece, 1-3 October 2015

V. Fotopoulos, A. Spiliopoulos, A. Fanariotis, «Preparing a remote conducted course for microcontrollers based on Arduino», 7th International Conference in Open and Distance Learning (ICODL 2013), Ellinogermaniki Agogi, Athens, Greece, 8-10 November 2013.