Steve, the first time I heard about this new sensor, a while ago, I found it interesting for applications in scientific research and automatic weather observation systems.
It has a few interesting fetures like its small size, its very low power consumption and its relatively easy interface with the MCU. But in my opinion what made it unsuitable for the application I was evaluating was its limited temperature range (0ºC -to- 60ºC), it introduced the requirement of providing a temperature controlled chamber in the device with its associated increase in power consumption.
Never the less it fits perfectly in applications like drones and wearables (provided you don't wear it during winter).
Winters are getting shorter and temperatures are on the rise, and I think youíll agree with me that overheating is never a good thing. Whether itís human beings, equipment or pizza, you never want anything to be too hot.