Which is the delay that you are having between the data sent in the Arduino Board and the moment that is received in the Galileo Gen2?
Is necessary the use of the Arduino Board or you could add the MPU shield in the Galileo Gen2?
I don't have a shield, I just have the MPU. I'll try tomorrow.
The thing is, even if I could, how is it possible to communicate in an efficient way between those two ?
Any new results?
About your concern on how efficient is the communication that you are using, serial communication is not the fastest communication, so it takes a while to send to your Arduino, process it in the Arduino, send it again to the Galileo and process it again, as a result we are going to have an important delay and of course you are not be able to see data in real-time. That's why I suggested you to take out the Arduino Board and only use the Galileo Board.
But I'm still having some questions:
1. How are you measuring the delay, and how long it is?
2. What is the reason that you are using the Arduino Board instead of the Galileo Board, is about libraries in the IDE?