Real-time object detection is the task of doing object detection in real-time with fast inference while maintaining a base level of accuracy.
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A pixel-level segmentation approach is applied to detect traffic queues and predict severity.
On a single GPU it processes imagery at a rate of over 16 square km/sec (or more than 10 Mpixels/sec), and it requires only two hours to search the entire state of Pennsylvania for gas fracking wells.
In an EODF, AVs extract the region of interests~(RoIs) of the captured image when the channel quality is not sufficiently good for supporting real-time OD.
Ordinary object detection approaches process information from the images only, and they are oblivious to the camera pose with regard to the environment and the scale of the environment.
The lack of an open-source traffic estimation method using open data platforms is a bottleneck for building sophisticated navigation services on top of OpenStreetMap (OSM).
The rapid growth of real-time huge data capturing has pushed the deep learning and data analytic computing to the edge systems.
The existing real time object detection algorithm is based on the deep neural network of convolution need to perform multilevel convolution and pooling operations on the entire image to extract a deep semantic characteristic of the image.
As a result of this, several aerial datasets have been introduced, including visual data with object annotations.
In this paper, we describe a novel architecture that enables multiple low-compute NAO robots to perform real-time detection, recognition and localization of objects in its camera view and take programmable actions based on the detected objects.
Though cameras that perform compressive sensing save a lot of bandwidth at the time of sampling and minimize the memory required to store videos, we cannot do much in terms of processing until the videos are reconstructed to the original frames.