Due to the COVID-19 crisis, ICRA 2020 has become a fully virtual conference and this workshop is being held in virtual form in the week of 22-26 June 2020.
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Chasing a Chimera: from SLAM to Real-time High-level Understanding by Luca Carlone (MIT SPARK Lab)
The Robotic Vision Scene Understanding Challenge by David Hall (QUT Centre for Robotics)
Scene Understanding Challenge – Call for Participation
The Robotic Vision Scene Understanding Challenge evaluates how well a robotic vision system can understand the semantic and geometric aspects of its environment. The challenge consists of two distinct tasks: Object-based Semantic SLAM, and Scene Change Detection.
The challenge is open for submissions since June 2020 and will close 1 September 2020. A cash prize of $2,500USD is available for the best participants.
Interested? Please read our dedicated website for more information about the challenge and how to participate. The video below provides a quick overview.
The Robotic Vision Challenges organisers are with the Australian Centre for Robotic Vision at Queensland University of Technology (QUT), Monash University, the University of Adelaide, and Google AI.