@allenJo - That’s the first time that I’ve heard of that. It sounds like a neat idea, a perfect technology for the mountain biker.
The only experience I’ve had with a torque sensor (that I know of) is my electric screwdriver. It always ensures that the correct amount of torque is applied to the screw.
Sometimes some screws are more difficult to turn than others and so the sensor has to compensate. Before the electric screwdriver I had screwdriver drill bits for my cordless drill, but I find that the electric screwdriver is much more efficient in my opinion.