ARC Seminar: Object tracking for robot dynamic perception
|Date & Time||23 July, 2021 @ 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm|
In this seminar, we will discuss some recent advances in the SOT and MOT then share our recent works considering the real robot scenarios.
Title: Object tracking for robot dynamic perception
Abstract: Object tracking, trying to find the series locations of interested objects in time consecutively sensor input frames, is widely applied to various robot systems like autonomous driving as an important dynamic perception function. According to different number of objects, object tracking can be defined into two tasks: single object tracking(SOT), to track one object; and multi object tracking(MOT), to track multiple objects. Recently, the matching mechanism in Siamese network is exploited for SOT while the detection and embedding tend to be jointly learned for MOT. In this seminar, we will discuss some recent advances in the SOT and MOT then share our recent works considering the real robot scenarios.
About the Speaker: The presenter is a second-year doctoral student under the supervision of Professor Marcelo H. Ang Jr. His research focusing on object tracking for robot perception with various sensors. Currently, he is conducting research in the Autonomous Vehicle team at Singapore MIT Alliance for Research and Technology (SMART).
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