MikroElektronika’s latest release Planet Debug allows remote access to real hardware for engineer students and universities.
After the pandemic, most colleges and universities extend their remote work policies off and on. Planet Debug allows safe remote access to real hardware thanks to cameras and remote Wi-Fi-based programming. So, students use the CODEGRIP debugging tool to safely access development boards and connected devices to develop group projects. This device allows better online education courses in a remote environment.
The Planet Debug’s NECTO Studio integrated development environment (IDE). In addition, the WiFi-enabled CODEGRIP debugger improves real-time streaming to work together in real-time. Finally, the CODEGRIP debugging tool is free, and it doesn’t include shipping or customs costs.
Here are the core Planet Debug’s features to allow remote access to real hardware:
What you won’t find:
- System admin
- Viruses /
- PC costs
- High power consumption
- 100% Confidential
- SSL Connection to boards
- Uninterrupted access to boards
- No setup
- Flexible work schedule
- Log out anytime
To recap, the Planet Debug responds to students and workers dealing with virtual settings. The remote access to real hardware allows better productivity and a safe exchange of information among students.