Saturday, September 21, 2019

Intel Galileo Essentials (Free PDF)

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Over the last few years, a number of important technological tools have been introduced that have enabled the migration of complex electronics projects from the University or Government Lab to almost anyone’s project desk. The Galileo, an inexpensive processor system by Intel, is an example of one of these toolkits. This small, inexpensive, but powerful board can be used in a wide range of projects.

But just as important as the hardware is the community of developers who not only provide help in the area of software development, but also provide hardware add-ons for the processor board itself. Still, it can be a bit intimidating to start using Galileo to build your very own projects.

This book is designed to help anyone, even those with no programming background or experience, to be successful in building both simple but also quite complex projects. It will lead you through the process step by step so that your project designs can come to life. Hopefully, this book will inspire those with the imagination and creative spirit to build those wildly inventive designs that will revolutionize the world!

1. Getting Started with the Galileo
2. Accessing the GPIO Pins
3. Adding Display Functionality
4. Controlling DC Motors
5. Adding Sensors
6. Remote Control
7. Going Further with Galileo
8. Speech Output

Author Details
"Richard Grimmett" has always been fascinated by computers and electronics from his very first programming project that used Fortran on punch cards. He has a bachelor’s and master’s degree in electrical engineering and a PhD in leadership studies. He also has 26 years of experience in electronics and computers.

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