Euclid has motion and position sensors that can help the robot move around both indoors and outdoors. Intel announced and demonstrated the Euclid computer in a robot moving on stage during CEO Brian Krzanich’s keynote at the Intel Developer Forum in August. The Euclid Developer Kit launch page is up on the of Mouser Electronics. Intel didn’t provide a specific launch date or pricing. Once the Euclid is placed in a robot, it can be operated remotely through a mobile device or PC. The Euclid has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity to communicate with the PC. The Euclid can also “serve as a full, autonomous brain with sensing capabilities, or as a smart sensor controlled by a more powerful computer,” Mouser states on its website. The computer has GPS capabilities for navigation.The Atom CPU provides the horsepower to process and analyze the images collected by the 3D camera. The CPU will drive a robot’s movement and help it complete tasks.