The obvious thing to do is make all that info available on the web (and then
you can access via WAP). Which in fairness CIE has not been the worst
company for doing.
However it would be interesting to know what frequency on the VHF band they
are using and decode it all for yourself.
I guess since this is not privacy critical data its probably not going to be
On Mon, Jun 11, 2001 at 04:43:16PM +0100, Ruairi Newman wrote:
> > Actually, this might also eventually be a good way for the corpo to
> analyse traffic flow through the
> > city, as they'll be getting in real-time data on where teh choke-points
> If they can get those feckin morons to stop parking in the bus-lanes.
>> More to the point, not knowing a whole lot about the intricacies of GPS, is
> there any practical way for the ordinary man in the street to get this GPS
> data on bus locations at home in his armchair, without having to wait in the
> pouring, rain, sleet, snow and ice of a typical Irish summers day?
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