Intel® Galileo Board

Designed specifically for makers, students, educators, and DIY electronics enthusiasts, the Intel® Galileo Gen 2 board is Arduino* certified, built on fully open-source hardware with a software environment for advanced compute functionality.

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Intel is discontinuing Intel is discontinuing Intel® Galileo and Intel® Galileo Gen 2 development boards. Visit support for more information.

The Intel® IoT Developer Kit for the Intel® Galileo board includes all you need for rapid development.

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Latest Code Samples

Doorbell

Create a smart doorbell that buzzes and displays a message when the Grove* Touch Sensor is pressed. You can also choose to store data using the examples datastore running in your own Microsoft Azure* account.

JavaScript   C++   Java*

Smart Stove Top

Set a target temperature, monitor the stove, and get notified when the temperature is reached. Also, store historical temperature data using cloud-based data storage.

JavaScript   C++   Java

Equipment Activity Monitor

Track equipment usage with this project that monitors sound and vibration sensors. It provides visual notification whenever the equipment is in use and logs data in the cloud.

JavaScript   C++   Java

Build Things with the Intel® Galileo Board

Tools for Educators

For K-12 Teachers

Learn by doing and develop STEAM skills for the classroom with guides, project ideas, tutorials, instructions on how to set up your own Makerspace. Connect with teaching professionals through Intel® Engage, our global community, and gain access to free professional learning and tools.

For University Instructors

Take a look at curricula offered by professors around the world for workshops and class projects that integrate physical computing into disparate disciplines. Subjects range from robotics to design, the Internet of Things, art, and computer science, to allow students to engage in hands-on learning and build prototypes with Intel® Galileo boards.