From the beginning of technical education, all scholars have shared their acquired knowledge with their pupils and have taught them the theory and its applications in the real world. In tertiary engineering and science education, the classical approach, which has been used for centuries, has usually consisted of three components. The first component involves lectures to explain the fundamentals followed by advanced theory and its applications. The second component involves tutorials, in which students have to solve theoretical problems based on the learned theory. The third component involves practical sessions, to apply the acquired knowledge to real systems using their minds and hands. The unpredicted rapid spread of the Internet into all sections of human life could not be evaded by education, especially in the field of engineering education. This book deals with the implementation of the Internet into the engineering tertiary education, primarily into the experimental section: the practical work in laboratories. It introduces one of the most successful international collaborative remote laboratories all over the world – the NetLab.