Intel Quark Education Project at UFSC
In the third quarter of 2014, the Brazilian Education Division of
Intel and UFSC established a collaboration to exploit the classroom
potentiality of the Galileo
board and its Quark SoC. The
main goals established for the project are:
- Led blinking (GPIO)
- Digital thermometer (ADC, analog sensor)
- Light Dimmer (ADC, analog sensor, PWM)
- Automatic Light Dimmer (ADC, analog sensor, PWM)
- Anti Collision for Cars
- Acessing the Linux @bash on Intel Galileo to compile codes in C/C++, Java or Python and manipulate GPIOs
- Controlling a servo using a potentiometer via Intel Galileo and showing the rotation angle of the servo shaft on the Arduino Terminal
- Controlling a digital output using a LDR.
- Temperature control using a NTC Thermistor (10K) and a 5V Cooler
- Turning on a buzzer by a push-button.
- Saving data from ADCs into a SD Card and into the Galileo‘s EEPROM.