Motorola L6Q Quick-Deploy LPR Tested
Motorola says its L6Q quick-deploy LPR cameras have substantial improvements, adding new modes and improved accuracy since we tested earlier this year. But how does this compare to our previous test of the L6Q or competitors in the real world?
IPVM bought and tested the Motorola L6Q examining:
- How accurately does Motorola read license plates?
- How accurately does Motorola handle front and back plates on the new firmware?
- How well does Motorola handle increasingly common stacked characters and specialty plates?
- How accurately does Motorola read dirty or scratched plates?
- Does Motorola LPR miss any passing plates?
- How accurately are plates captured at night?
- How much latency is typical from a plate read to notification?
- How simple are hotlists to make and receive notifications?
- Does Motorola support Make, Model, Color, or Speed metadata?
- What limitations were found in the mobile app?
- How much does the hardware and licensing cost?
- Does the solar panel keep the device powered efficiently?
This test is part of a series of LPR tests, including Alta LPR, Axis All-In-One LPR, Genetec Autovu LPR, Hanwha LPR, Rekor Edge Pro, and Verkada LPR, leading up to rankings which we will release in the coming weeks.