Hello everyone, Paul Karazuba from QuickLogic here.
Just a few clarifications – while we are definitely less than 250µW active power for our wearable specific sensor hub designs, I think it’s only fair to point out that our ArcticLink 3 S1 sensor hub is also less than 250µW active power for Smartphone-centric sensor hubs, while maintaining KitKat compatibility.
Also, regarding Rich’s comment, I suppose this all depends on what you are trying to do — if you strapped your wearable onto a drone and are using it to control the drone, then a high data rate could be very desirable (or if you are running AR on a pair of glasses, as another example).
Want to learn how to buy a flying drone? You probably have a pretty good idea if this is the case. It’s probably just because most people have heard of the reality television show “Drones” and think that these remote controlled planes are going to be some new hot thing that’s going to blow the world of businesses like yours away. The truth is that there are many things out there right now that can help you on your quest to learn how to buy a flying drone. While you may not be able to walk into a store and say I want to buy a flying drone, it doesn’t mean you can’t have the option of buying one online.
Consumer drones market are unmanned aerial vehicles used for the purposes of entertainment and to have simple-to-use controls targeted for general public usage rather than for commercial purposes. Commercial drones are multi-functional flying devices used by entities to collect and consolidate data, conduct safety and security checks and inspection. The commercial drones market mainly comprises of fixed wing drones, rotary blade drones and hybrid wing drones, supported by a variety of services and used for a variety of applications.
On the other hand, if you are playing a game that uses orientation for control, then a lower data rate will likely be acceptable.