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Galileo, Linux, and the Internet of Things

Date and Time

Wednesday, January 15, 2014 from 6:30 pm to 9:00 pm

Location

MIT Building E-51, Room 315

Presenters

Brian DeLacey - bdelacey gmail com

Summary

Brian demonstrates Intel's new Galileo development board

Abstract

Brian showcases Intel's Galileo - an open design development board with Intel's new Quark SoC X1000 (thermal design point 1.9W - 2.2W). The Galileo runs with Linux, Ubuntu,and the Arduino IDE. The demonstrations will blend physical and distributed computing. We'll use multimeters and toolchains to explore blinking LEDs, networked and motorized applications, benchmarks (in a few languages), wearables and IoT (the Internet of Things). Reference documents - including Galileo's specs, board schematics, BOM, and datasheets - are available at the links below.

Attachments

  1. Arduino documents
  2. Galileo documents
  3. MIT's Internet of Things Festival (Feb 22, 2014)
  4. iotfestival@gmail.com (Internet of Things Festival)
  5. Brian's slides


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