In this chapter we discussed two mini projects, which involved configuring the outputs of the Galileo Board 2. We built a relay controller and a servomotor controller. We also created Arduino sketches for each project and uploaded them into the Galileo board. In the relay controller, we installed a push button, which controlled the relay switch. For the servomotor controller, we installed a linear potentiometer that controlled our servomotor.
To go further in exploring how the output of the Galileo board 2 works, you can make use of other output. For example, you can use a couple of light-emitting diodes (LEDs) or DC motors.
In the next chapter, you will learn how to monitor data remotely using the Ethernet connection of the Galileo Gen 2. It will teach you how to create a measurement station by using an Ethernet port, and how to access it via a network.