- The VisDrone 2021 Crowd Counting Challenge requires participating algorithms to count persons in each frame.
- The goal of counting algorithms is to estimate the number of people in an image. We will provide a dataset with pairs of RGBT images. Each algorithm is evaluated through computing the number of people, mean absolute error (MAE) and mean squared error (MSE) between the predicted number of people and ground-truth in evaluation.
- [06.05]: Training, validation and testing data released
- [06.15]: evaluation software released
- [07.15]: Result submission deadline
- [10.11]: Challenge results released
- [10.11]: Winner presents at ICCV 2021 Workshop
- The crowd counting evaluation page lists detailed information regarding how submissions will be scored.
- Test-challenge results will be announced during the ICCV 2021 Vision Meets Drone: A Challenge workshop. We encourage the participants to use the provided training data, while also allow them to use additional training data. The use of external data must be indicated during submission.
- The train images and corresponding annotations as well as the images in the test-challenge set are available on the download page. Before participating, every user is required to create an account using an institutional email address. If you have any problem in registration, please contact us. After registration, the users should submit the results in their accounts. The submitted results will be evaluated according to the rules described on the evaluation page. Please refer to the evaluation page for a detailed explanation.
Tools and Instructions
We provide extensive API support for the VisDrone images, annotation and evaluation code. Please visit our GitHub repository to download the VisDrone API. For additional questions, please find the answers here or contact us.