Object Detection from the Video Taken by Drone

Object Detection from the Video Taken by Drone
Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash

In the last article, we learned how to import the VisDrone dataset into Nilvana Vision Studio. It’s not that difficult, just follow the instructions or ask us for help. If you have not read it yet, you definitely have to!

VisDrone Datasets - Nilavna Vision Studio
今日要分享的是,如何將目前 VisDrone 的照片資料集透過 Nilvana™ Vision Studio 進行匯入,方便日後進行模型的訓練。

As you can see in the Vision Studio screenshots below, you can clearly see the 10 categories annotated in the images. Some time ago I found a beautiful video — World’s longest drone fpv one shot made by New Step Media on Youtube. I found that there are a lot of indoor scenes that are very suitable for adding the COCO dataset based on the visdrone dataset, so I used this combined dataset to train a object detector. In case you didn’t already know, Nilvana Vision Studio has an intuitive web interface that makes it easy to merge annotation data or categories from different datasets with a few mouse clicks.

You can watch the finished video below. Kudos to New Step Media for creating such a stunning aerial video. Ownership of the original video belongs to New Step Media.

Drone video object detection