It’s time for yet another roundabout from Denmark! This time recorded in the city of Randers, using a tethered drone at altitude of 70 meters and processed as a 5-minute demo for COWI. Given that the drone’s range was 80 meters and it appears to be placed some 90 meters away, the result is certainly nice.
Frame rejection capability
Somewhat less nice is that the video has a few erroneous frames (images). So, we added function to fix that – marking frames as rejected for analysis. It does not mesh perfectly with all of the DFS parts yet: You may notice the background blinks (video problem) and that trajectories are smooth (data is cured), but somewhat confusing is that the labels themselves will jump (visualization breaks). Well, that’s a problem of display only, and will get better soon. The data is correct, that mattered as the first goal.
(Note also that since the web video player drops some frames on its own, you have about a 50/50 chance to even notice any single bad frames from the video below – you can try hunting for the one that occurs at about 0:50).
Objects tracked: 220
Total distance travelled: 24314 m
Average speed: 10.31 km/h
Everyone at DataFromSky would like to take this opportunity to wish you a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thank you for all in 2015. We hope you have enjoyed it as much as we have!Read more
Researchers from Technical University of Brno recently had an interesting idea: Use a number of students to simulate a convoy with human drivers and measure the dynamics of that situation. To do so, they turned to DataFromSky, their trusted research partner.
It is no coincidence that DFS turned out to be a great tool for such situation – our long-term vision is to be the tool for spatial movement analysis. The students’ positions were marked manually; the rest of needed processing was already part of our software.
Enough rambling, take a look!
ACM SPY (Czech ACM Chapter & Slovakia ACM Chapter Student Project of the Year) is an official competition of high-prestige Czech and Slovak universities for the best master’s thesis in IT area.
One of our talented colleagues, Adam Babinec, was just chosen as one of TOP finalists in 2015 with DataFromSky thesis called: Traffic monitoring from aerial video data, and we would like to congratulate him! Keep fingers crossed for us in the announcement of final results.Read more
As Denmark has become first country in the world using real-time traffic data all around the country we got the opportunity to analyse one of many busy crossroads in there. For us it is the second time monitoring traffic in Denmark, this time in Rismarksvej. The intersection is four-way and bicycles friendly and controlled by traffic lights.
Length of analyzed video: 11 minutes
Number of objects being tracked: 525 (vehicles and bicycles)
Total distance traveled: 89 044.4 metres
Average speed: 11.104 km per hour
The exact location is:
And we would like to thank to RAMBOLL for providing us a video.Read more