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Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo
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Everything you wanted to know about Internet of Things & Galileo

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Presentation by Sulamita Garcia and Tayyab Qureshi from Intel during the Ultracode Munich meetup …

Presentation by Sulamita Garcia and Tayyab Qureshi from Intel during the Ultracode Munich meetup

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  • 1. Intel Confidential — Do Not Forward Everything you wanted to know about IoT and Galileo and didn’t know where to ask 1
  • 2. Our presenters for today Sulamita Garcia Technical Marketing Engineer – Developer Relationships Computer Scientist turned Psychology student Maker in the making Tayyab Qureshi Technical Marketing Engineer – IoT Solutions Maker since 1992 2
  • 3. About this session • 40 minutes • We would like to make it as much as interative as possible • So make questions! • Otherwise, we have slides • Seriously, we work at Intel, we always have slides... • It’s your choice! 3
  • 4. Agenda (see, slides!) • Intel Developer Zone for Internet of Things (1 slide) • Yocto Project (1 slide) • Quark SoC X1000 (1 slide) • Intel Galileo (2 slide) • Backup (32 slides) 4
  • 5. Intel Developer Zone - IoT Under development - Keep update ! We are planning many activities! - IoT Explorer challange - Work, Home, Play, Code for Good - Intel® Galileo Developement Kit for IoT - Live USB Image – inc. Yocto tools - SD image – inc. extra libraries 5 http://software.intel.com/iot
  • 6. Yocto project Open source Linux-based meta- distribution Optimized for embedded Running on Intel® Galileo Yocto Application Development Tools - Eclipse plugin - Cross compile and run apps directly on Galileo Makes possible any Linux hacking! 6 http://www.yoctoproject.org/
  • 7. Quark SoC X1000 7 - Processor Features - Single Quark CPU Core, Single Thread - 32 bit, x86, @ 400MHz - DDR3 memory controller - Up to 2GB @ 800MTs - Embedded 512KB SRAM - Legacy Block - PC compatible IO ports, APICs, etc. - 20MHz Legacy SPI for boot code - Low cost 5-pin JTAG Port - Industry Standard I/O Hardware - 2 - x1 PCIe Gen 2 at 2.5GT/s - 2 - 10/100Mb Ethernet* MACs - 2 - USB2 host ports (upto 480Mbps) - 2 - HS UART controller (300 - 2764800) - 2 – 25MHz SPI ports for peripherals - 1 – USB2 HS Device port - 1 - SD/SDIO/eMMC interface - 1 – I2C/GPIO Host controller - 16 - GPIOs w/ programmable interrupts - Industry Standard Software Support - Standard Compiler Support (ICC/GCC) - Pentium ISA Compatibility (.586) - Runs unmodified Linux* Kernels (v3.9) - Yocto based distribution - Open Source UEFI EDK II - GRUB boot loader support - Open OCD Debugging support - Compliant with PCIe, USB, ACPI standards - Electricals: - Single xtal for internal/external clocks - Enabled Single std external VR solution - Physical and Thermal - Package size 15x15mm - 393 Pin, FC BGA - 0.593 Ball Pitch - Tj = 110°C - TDP= ~ 2W *Other names and brands may be claimed as the property of others.
  • 8. Galileo – Arduino compatible board for Makers 8
  • 9. IOs on Galileo Board Pin Name Detail A0 – A5 6 x Analog inputs. 0-5V mapped to 12 bit ADC (i.e 4096 values) TX, RX, IO2-IO13 14 x Digital input or Outputs (configurable and multiplexed) 6 PWM IO3, IO5, IO6, IO9, IO10, IO11 can be used as PWM outputs IOREF Selects between 3.3V or 5V shield SDA, SCL Data and Clock for I2C/TWI bus AREF Not used VIN 5V supply for the Shield (only one shield can be connected) 9
  • 10. Intel Confidential — Do Not Forward

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