I predict that it will not be too long until much of what we use for our countermeasures becomes open source and generally available to the public.
As ESCORT, BEL, BLINDER and others start dividing the different pieces up that make up an active countermeasure system (9500ci/STI-R Plus/M47) and intelligent and motivated members like SOLION start digging into what makes these devices tick, it may not be long until we start having the ability to monitor a countermeasure systems actions from second to second as the user moves about from place to place using an embedded GPS or adding one.
Having access to this data could allow us to build an intelligent database of the types of countermeasures used in what areas and when they would most likely be used. This data could include static and mobile information.
Imagine in the near future, just a couple of years from now, we could plan our trips using streetview and google maps with actual data from actual and potentially live events.
Something to ponder. Too Cool huh?
Hacking is fun
(Anyone here ever use NetStumbler before they added GPS and then used it afterwords?)
Now you get it