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It is evident that sensor fusion requires substantial MCU power. There is currently a healthy debate about the most efficient way to do sensor data computing. Many industry experts think the way to go is a dedicated sensor processor (co-processor), while alternatives are also being considered such as doing sensor computing on an application processor. Interestingly, firmware/software companies are hedging their risk by providing solutions fully compatible with both – embedded processor and application processor. For example, Sensor Platforms has announced its Free Motion Library of software algorithms that supports both 32-bit embedded processors and 64-bit application processors including both architectures, ARM and x86. Free Motion Solution also supports all accelerometers, gyroscopes, magnetometers, and barometers independent of vendors. This independence from processor instruction set and sensors will allow mobile device manufacturers freedom in choosing a supplier and optimizing performance and cost.

Reduced process complexity : All of the four sensor types can be manufactured in the same CMOS process with no special materials. By using the Lorentz force compass technique, no additional magneto-resistive material deposition or magneto-concentrator device is required, further reducing manufacturing cost and increasing cross-axis performance by virtue of the sensor alignment being defined by the very tight x-y alignment accuracy of conductors on a CMOS wafer.

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Reduced process complexity : All of the four sensor types can be manufactured in the same CMOS process with no special materials. By using the Lorentz force compass technique, no additional magneto-resistive material deposition or magneto-concentrator device is required, further reducing manufacturing cost and increasing cross-axis performance by virtue of the sensor alignment being defined by the very tight x-y alignment accuracy of conductors on a CMOS wafer.

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Reduced process complexity : All of the four sensor types can be manufactured in the same CMOS process with no special materials. By using the Lorentz force compass technique, no additional magneto-resistive material deposition or magneto-concentrator device is required, further reducing manufacturing cost and increasing cross-axis performance by virtue of the sensor alignment being defined by the very tight x-y alignment accuracy of conductors on a CMOS wafer.

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