I've been putting a lot of thought into why the 9500i did great on the GoL testing course, but in the real world I've never been able to mimic those results. Where as with the V1 I can walk away from a test and agree that's what I would get in the real world.
Is it possible that it takes the 9500i longer to process signals than previous generations, due to the GPS and advanced algorithms for detecting false alerts?
In the controlled tests we never go above 20MPH thus giving the detector an easier time to pick up a stationary object. Where as in the real world I'm traveling 75+ MPH and the majority of the time the officer is not stationary they are moving as well.
This is just simply a theory and I have zero proof other than just applying common sense.