Intel Galileo is the first in a line of Arduino-certified development boards based on Intel x86 architecture and is designed for the maker and education communities.”
The GROVE Starter Kit of GROVE System is a modular, safe and easy to use group of items that allow you to minimize the effort required to get started with micro controller-based experimentation and learning.
In this project I’ll be helping in setting up the project as well as upload a modified code from here on to a Windows 10 operation system.
- So start with downloading the Arduino IDE for Intel Galileo and the Temperature Sensor code.
- Open the code in the IDE, select Board as Intel Galileo and Port based on the Port visible in Device Manager, accessed via Win+R and then writing devmgmt.msc. NOTE:In Windows 10, Galileo is recognized as a USB serial Device.
- Once the code is uploaded, the LCD shows an initial purple light (because of color R, color G, and colorB being set at 255 each).
- As soon the Temperature Sensor, senses the room temperature, which it checks for every 5 seconds, the following 2 conditions take place:
I. Temperature is less than 27 degrees.
Color changes to Blue and the message showed is: ” It’s cool at: ”
II. Temperature is greater than 27 degrees.
Color changes to Red and the message showed is: ” It’s warm at: ”
Rishabh is an Intel Software Innovator and Senior Software Engineer at Ericsson. While not at work, he loves to review restaurants, get acquainted with new technology, and visit new places.