Radenso - some requests for your next detector - 3rd part app support, artificial intelligence and some other things

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Radenso,

Some requests for your new detector:

1. Please create a new radar detector with 3rd party app support like what the V1 has
2. Then please hire (or get permission for free transmission) from the app developer of the V1 driver app and port the V1 app over to Radenso
3. Please use USB C and use this data connection for third party apps and to use the power of the smartphone to process additional BSMs / false alert signals
4. Please have the app record a digital fingerprint of false alert signals and have the ability to upload these fingerprints to Radenso for processing and future improvement of BSMs/false alerts
5. Please incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) to parse through the data both in the detector, the app on the smartphone and in (Radenso) house to make sense of BSM data fingerprints

Thank you
 

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Would you also like a million bucks direct deposited to your account every time it detects, while we're making simple requests ? :D
 

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I think it's safe to assume that whatever they are doing with their next detector, those features are decided and not likely to change over a request on here.
 

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Would you also like a million bucks direct deposited to your account every time it detects, while we're making simple requests ? :D
That would be nice but I would settle for just $10 per detection from Radenso. Cut a few zero's off that number and save Radenso some cash. ;)
 

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Radenso,

Some requests for your new detector:

1. Please create a new radar detector with 3rd party app support like what the V1 has
2. Then please hire (or get permission for free transmission) from the app developer of the V1 driver app and port the V1 app over to Radenso
3. Please use USB C and use this data connection for third party apps and to use the power of the smartphone to process additional BSMs / false alert signals
4. Please have the app record a digital fingerprint of false alert signals and have the ability to upload these fingerprints to Radenso for processing and future improvement of BSMs/false alerts
5. Please incorporate Artificial Intelligence (AI) to parse through the data both in the detector, the app on the smartphone and in (Radenso) house to make sense of BSM data fingerprints

Thank you
These features would be amazing, but it’s highly unlikely to have them all included in their next detector. Hopefully a few of this features get ticked off during their upcoming reveal. Fingers crossed!
 

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Are you looking for any particular manufacturer to do this? You posted a similar message in at least two other forums.
 

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Are you looking for any particular manufacturer to do this? You posted a similar message in at least two other forums.
Seems like a forum letter.
Not a fan of this tactic to various manufactures.
It’s like spam.

1 posting to all manufactures in the general section would’ve been more acceptable.
 

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This post was to Radenso as they are the only ones seemingly working on something and these have been some things Id like to see implemented for a while now. After I posted this, I thought these ideas could apply to others and not everyone visits every section of the forum. I know I and others didnt for a while. Whichever manufacturer wants to run with it thats great. Competition is good for the customer
 

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Would you also like a million bucks direct deposited to your account every time it detects, while we're making simple requests ? :D
A million bucks? No. But if you make one with a cloak of invisibility that will hide my car, we are in business.

On a serious note... I have a Uniden R3 and have been lurking in this thread more and more in the past month or so. I'm chomping at the bit to see your next detector. I'm also planning on snagging a Pro-M in the next week or so to replace my R3. And I absolutely love seeing how often you post here, and the interactions. Doesn't matter if it's the teasers, the informative posts, or the smartass remarks. I love it. Seeing this level of interaction with your customers / potential customers really does change how a lot of people feel about your products and your company. Keep up the awesome work! (And yes, I am aware you would anyway, even without my post.)
 

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Some more suggestions for the new Radenso RAO Theia detector:

Excellent physical build and design (perhaps get with Vortex and current loyal V1 owners to get input before final production), easy readable bright display in broad daylight, auto dimming, simple controls, bogey counter, good ramp up, good alert tones

These are some of the reasons why others have hung onto other legacy detectors from various manufacturers and if these things are brought to the new Radenso detector, you will very likely have more people switch from those particular detectors to yours
 

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Both Jon and Randy have used V1s in the past as well as others I'm sure. They probably get it. :)
 

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How about also applying AI to laser detection? With a good amount of care, probably using at least two different spectral response detector elements it should be possible to really improve laser detection sensitivity and accuracy.
 

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How about also applying AI to laser detection? With a good amount of care, probably using at least two different spectral response detector elements it should be possible to really improve laser detection sensitivity and accuracy.
There’s still a limit of what it can do.
You should read up on how it works.

How big the halo is at distance around the center point, and understand the limits of what a radar detector can do.

It can’t really save you and Lidar detection is more of a marketing thing than functionality useful to give you any time to slow down.

We understand that and so do the manufactures. Detecting light is much more difficult than radar waves
 

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How about also applying AI to laser detection? With a good amount of care, probably using at least two different spectral response detector elements it should be possible to really improve laser detection sensitivity and accuracy.
Radar moves like sound: you can't always see what creates the sound, but you can detect it with your ears around corners, over hills, behind buildings, etc.

Lidar is direct line of sight. The LEO cannot target you unless he can get a visual on you, and therefore you're cooked if he trains the beam on you.

Now, just like you can see a light that is on around a corner without seeing the source due to reflected light, so can your detector see a lidar beam reflection. But there are so many things in the world broadcasting 904nm wavelengths that if you set your detector that sensitively to detect those reflections it'll false to high holy on anything that emits 904nm light. The sun, headlights, you name it.

Theia isn't looking at frequencies anyway. If I'm understanding it's operation correctly, it's looking at a specific way in which the emitter operates to produce the Ka, K or X band frequency. The unique signature for the emitter is transmitted in the frequency from the lidar gun, but it's not the cycles per second, it's more like spikes and valleys in the power output of the frequency if I'm understanding it correctly.
 

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There’s still a limit of what it can do.
You should read up on how it works.
I'm well aware of how it works.
How big the halo is at distance around the center point, and understand the limits of what a radar detector can do.

It can’t really save you and Lidar detection is more of a marketing thing than functionality useful to give you any time to slow down.

We understand that and so do the manufactures. Detecting light is much more difficult than radar waves
Detecting light is very easy. Discriminating a particular type and pattern of light in an automated fashion is what is difficult.

With an AI based processing system and a little ingenuity in the detection hardware, there could be some pretty radical improvements in laser detection.
 

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I'm well aware of how it works.

Detecting light is very easy. Discriminating a particular type and pattern of light in an automated fashion is what is difficult.

With an AI based processing system and a little ingenuity in the detection hardware, there could be some pretty radical improvements in laser detection.
Sorry if your offended.

You’ve got to get the light to the detector.

If the halo is 36” at 1000 feet.
It’s 18” at 500 feet.

Since your aware, I suppose your also aware where their shooting the Lidar at.

It’s not near your windshield where your detector sits.

Either way, I’m glad your aware. I had no idea since your a beginner here what you might .... or might not know.
 

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