Today I got my second 9500ix and let me tell you I am happier than a pig in doo doo.
Now I can point one at the front of the car and one at the back of car. It will be almost like having Arrows!!! (If you believe any of the garbage in the previous sentence you deserve what you get)
In real life it is because I have two vehicles driven in different manners and I don't want to keep moving them around for the wear and tear factor. I do hide one of them but the other one is in a vehicle that has many devices in that will already attract thieves and I am cautious about where it is parked and it's generally secure
Anyway the point of this post is to discuss the merging of Truelock data.
I have already figured out that the data from one device can be shared with the other. I wanted to do this because I have chosen to do the manual learn rather than the AutoLearn function and I did not want to have to do the same learns again if I could avoid it.
Doing so got me to thinking that users in a particular area could share this data.
For instance a new 9500ix could be used in a given area for a period of time allowing only autolearn data to be saved. This could be the baseline from which other new users in the same area could start their marking and muting.
Over time, as we tend to trust each other, we could share this data with local users. Because this data contains information that the user adds it could become very useful in noting the hiding places of LEOs in that particular area.
Too bad that we could not use mapping as I have suggested in another thread but if we are cautious we could define a pretty good baseline for Hideouts.
If anyone knows of a way that this data can be interpreted in any other manner please let us know in the thread or PM me.
Merging the data is an aspect that I am not yet sure of how we would do yet. Perhaps we could discuss the logic here.
(ANYONE IN THE SOUTHERN ARIZONA AREA WANT TO TRY THIS WITH ME? LET ME KNOW VIA PM)
What do you guys think?