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    South Africa only have 4 redlights, would someone get info on them via GPS unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by srauf View Post
    type=
    0b - redlight
    0c - redlight + fixed camera
    09 - fixed camera
    05 - mobile camera
    0b=redlight seems correct. 09=fixed camera might be right. But there is no 0c nor 05. I only found 4 values in all the Cyclops files parsed: 0a,0b,08,09....Now it's possible that there is a subtype field with value of 0c and 05. Would you give me coord of mobile camera, I will see if I can extract it from Cyclop file (if any)
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    Data from srauf (slovenia), show 3 fixed-speedcam below

    Alert travelling south, 100km/h
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    Alert travelling north-east, 130km/h
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    Alert travelling north, 130km/h
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    All three show following

    -->--[coords1]-->----------[coords3]-[coords2]---->--

    But fixed-cam data from x-trail (greece)

    Alert travelling west, 50km/h
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    has it as reversed

    -->--[coords2]-[coords3]---->---[coords1]--->

    So which is it? Anyone?

    BTW, redlight show [coords1] at intersection (location of camera)
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    Looks like Cyclops alerts are always uni-directional and not bi-direction nor omni-direction (which Igo/Primo can do) I find it interesting that redlight has huge amount of data when I don't see storing info such as speed nor distant (like speedcam would)
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    Check out the constant data '000000555515c771dc01' What could it be?
    Other interesting tidbits:

    [coords1][coords2][byte][type]....
    for redlight (where type=0a or 0b), [byte] is always 81 (verified against all Cyclops files)...AND it changes for type=08 and 09. What this could mean is since redlight has no speed, a constant 81 for it could mean that [byte] is speed indicator (with 81 meaning no speed)?

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    Also interesting is the [end] byte when type=0b. It's always 09 or 0b. Verified with all Cyclops files.
    [coords1][coords2][byte]0b...[coords3]...[end]
    When type=0a (used only by US and UK), it's always 07, 09 or 0b.
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    The XX byte is ALWAYS 0a!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    0b=redlight seems correct. 09=fixed camera might be right. But there is no 0c nor 05. I only found 4 values in all the Cyclops files parsed: 0a,0b,08,09....
    I looked at the last byte in the row

    Quote Originally Posted by osiris4isis View Post
    Data from srauf (slovenia), show 3 fixed-speedcam below

    Alert travelling south, 100km/h
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    Alert travelling north-east, 130km/h
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    Alert travelling north, 130km/h
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    All three show following

    -->--[coords1]-->----------[coords3]-[coords2]---->--

    But fixed-cam data from x-trail (greece)

    Alert travelling west, 50km/h
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    has it as reversed

    -->--[coords2]-[coords3]---->---[coords1]--->

    So which is it? Anyone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by srauf View Post
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    I cannot download attachments.
    The attachments in post #13 have been lost because they did not get properly used within a reasonable time. Probably not osiris4isis's fault, we've had a few bugs with the changeover.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    The attachments in post #13 have been lost because they did not get properly used within a reasonable time. Probably not osiris4isis's fault, we've had a few bugs with the changeover.

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    Try to replace them in advanced edit, if you have problems PM me.
    I have edit post #11 and #13 and re-upload them...I know there was a reason why I snapshot them and not just give URL links Why is it sometimes the attached image is displayed in decent (normal) size and other times it shrink it down to tiny size?
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    Probably just depends on the size of the original image. If you want some extra control over it, rather than resizing before attaching them on the GPSPower server, use an image upload service which allows you to change the picture size on upload and then put the link in [img] tags or just use the 'picture icon' (insert image) to link them.
    PS: Great stuff going down here. May as well be speaking Swahili to me but i'm sure it's getting somewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by srauf View Post
    type=
    0b - redlight
    0c - redlight + fixed camera
    09 - fixed camera
    05 - mobile camera
    If your type is referring to the last byte, it might shed some interesting light on what I've been seeing.
    1. 'type' and [last-byte] seems to be same most of the time. Could it be subtype or second type for end coord?
    2. I ran stats on it and this is what I see (type-endbyte)

    hist(end,09-05) = 1870
    hist(end,09-07) = 3
    hist(end,09-08) = 4
    hist(end,09-09) = 301
    hist(end,09-0a) = 9
    hist(end,09-0c) = 526
    hist(end,0b-09) = 5
    hist(end,0b-0b) = 348
    hist(end,09-0b) = 1 <-- MiddleEast,Netherland,Nordic

    UK
    hist(end,08-05) = 5571
    hist(end,08-07) = 113
    hist(end,08-08) = 161
    hist(end,08-09) = 4144
    hist(end,08-0a) = 135
    hist(end,08-0c) = 58
    hist(end,0a-07) = 1
    hist(end,0a-0b) = 995
    hist(end,0a-09) = 1 <-- US

    France
    hist(end,09-13) = 11
    hist(end,09-14) = 3096

    As you can see we have a lot of them; and some are used only once. I will have closer look later, can't keep my eyes open anymore.

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    Ok, lets apply some deductions (with srauf definition: 0b=redlight 0c=redlight+fixed camera 09=fixed camera 05=mobile camera)
    1. Odd that only France has 13 and 14; I wonder if they are the subtype for "Dangerous Zone"
    2. US uses redlight mostly of type=0a; we see that most of them has subtype=0b which means redlightCamera, cool!
    3. US has one subtype=09 which means fixedCamera, interesting
    4. UK has one subtype=07, what does 07 mean?
    5. MiddleEast/Netherland/Nordics has a few speed alert with subtype=0b(redlightCamera)**
    6. There are a whole lot of subtype=05 for mobile camera, is it true that mobile camera are more than fixed ones?
    7. There are some subtype=0c for combo (redlight+fixed) Verify anyone?
    8. How about 08 and 0a? Sectional?
    Austria
    hist(end,09-05) = 1870 Speed:mobileCamera
    hist(end,09-08) = 4 <-- ??
    hist(end,09-09) = 301 Speed:fixedCamera
    hist(end,09-0a) = 9 <-- ??
    hist(end,09-0c) = 526 Speed:redlightCamera+fixedCamera
    hist(end,0b-09) = 5 Redlight:fixedCamera
    hist(end,0b-0b) = 348 Redlight:redlightCamera

    So 'type' means alert-type and 'subtype' means kind of detector.
    **A speed alert with redLightCamera, isn't this odd?
    What sort of detector (subtype) is 0a?

    Edit:

    Thanks to srauf data verification, I believe 0a=sectional/averageCamera
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neil View Post
    Probably just depends on the size of the original image. If you want some extra control over it, rather than resizing before attaching them on the GPSPower server, use an image upload service which allows you to change the picture size on upload and then put the link in [img] tags or just use the 'picture icon' (insert image) to link them.
    PS: Great stuff going down here. May as well be speaking Swahili to me but i'm sure it's getting somewhere.
    All of my snapshot are in similar resolution. What I'm saying is that why would attached/embedded images be normal size sometime and automatically shrunk another. For example, I just re-upload images for post #11 and #13. They are normal and quite readable now but in couple of days, they shrunk (most will do this but few don't). Quite odd.

    Swahili translator on:
    Trying to decode format without "input" and resulting "output" is painful. Blackbox specs has never been easy but I think it's worthwhile in the long run. With Cyclops decoded we can compare with other speedcam databases and maybe merge or remove records to make better alerts. Since my area only have redlights and Cyclops doesn't have much records compare to Igo/Primo, I would like to eventually create Cyclops alerts using Igo/Primo data so I can use it on a Garmin unit.
    Swahili translator off:
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