I'm working on a computer-controlled kite system. I am not a great electronics expert, I can do some soldering, program a little, have some experience with Arduino and I am rather handy. The idea is to measure the movement and the location of the kite in the air with a 9-DOF BNO055. This data will be sent in real-time to the receiver on the ground and will be used to control the winches to steer the kite.
The sensor in the kite will be controlled by an Arduino controller and works on battery power. The kite lines will be between 50m and 150m but later this could become longer to even 500m.
So this means:
-real-time data (as far as I could find the data output is 100HZ for most of the DOF's)
-relative long distance
my question: which wireless protocol is best be used for this and preferably with available hardware on Arduino.
It looks like rf 433 is not fast enough and has no error checking
Lora seems not to be very suitable for realtime transmitting
Wifi uses a lot of power