27 Feb '14, 4pm

Perspective from MWC: Movea’s motion processing play #motiondesign

Perspective from MWC: Movea’s motion processing play #motiondesign

If you believe the hype coming out of the Mobile World Congress this week, then design engineers working on anything related to sensors are going to have a field day. Up and down the halls in Barcelona, people are talking about wearables, indoor location mapping, context awareness monitoring, and ultra-low power consumption. Movea’s team sat down with EDN to talk about its roadmap and how its sensor hub architecture fits within a number of market segments catching attention at the show. One of the main questions on Movea’s mind mirrors what many others are wondering: How can the mobile industry–and by extension, the electronics industry–turn sensor data collected via activity monitoring, context awareness, pedestrian dead-reckoning, and mobile gestures into meaningful, personal information? A first step many companies are looking at is moving power-hungry activities off th...

Full article: http://www.edn.com/design/wireless-networking/4429042/Per...

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