Introducing Intel Galileo as a development platform of smart sensor: Evolution, opportunities and challenges

  title={Introducing Intel Galileo as a development platform of smart sensor: Evolution, opportunities and challenges},
  author={Liu Jie and Hemant Ghayvat and S. C. Mukhopadhyay},
  journal={2015 IEEE 10th Conference on Industrial Electronics and Applications (ICIEA)},
An Intel Galileo based wireless smart sensor platform targeted for monitoring, control, maintenance and automation are presented. Intel Galileo standard processing platform with XBee RF chip supports the hardware interface and communication needs of sensors, controller and actuators. Sensor monitors and collects the real world information; actuator and controller react upon that information. Although the current research is at an initial stage, but the research outcome is encouraging to develop… CONTINUE READING


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