In this lab, students experience:
1. Write an application with an Android user interface.
2. Writing a network application.
3. Using a value-in-memory database.
1. Students write an application to a tablet using a user interface and a database:
Call sensors values and visitors of mobile robots.
Drive the mobile robots using the application without using the BlueTooth sensors limited in range, basically the tablet holder on which the application is installed can drive the mobile robot from anywhere in the world.
2. Students develop a network application, in which they write software to a web server, which sends HTML pages through which it is possible to:
Read sensor values and visitors of mobile robots.
Drive the mobile robots by logging in to the site where these pages are written.
3. The two applications above use an In Memory (Key, Value) database.
These databases are very fast and very acceptable in sites with very large traffic volume.