In this competition, participants will be expected to detect objects using pre-recorded footage from a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle). The UAV will represent footage from an aircraft flying in low-altitude including flight maneuvers and images in focus. The footage that will be used for testing purposes during the competition will have been labeled beforehand, and the competitors will be scored for their accuracy of detection within the given time limit. These objects will be of detectable quality as they will be variations of objects available in the footage broadcast during the competition, sample videos and training videos.
The competitors will detect objects using pre-recorded footage from a UAV (Unmanned Aerial Vehicle).
Types of Objects Subject to Detection
The objects will be of detectable quality as they will be variations of objects available in the footage broadcast during the competition, sample videos and training videos. Types of objects subject to detection include:
- Flying Car Parking (FCP) Area
- Landing Attitude
- Flying Ambulance Landing (FAL) Area
- Landing Attitude
Eligible Participant Education Levels for the Competition
- High School Students
- Associate Degree Students, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students and PhD Students
- University Graduates
- Preliminary Design Report
- Critical Design Report
Apart from the information given in the specification, for any other questions you want to ask about the competition, you must be a member of the relevant mail group from the ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN TRANSPORTATION COMPETITION GROUP link. The questions you will ask and the answers to these questions will be clear to the other members of the mailing group. The templates for the reports that the contestants need to prepare will be announced on the TEKNOFEST website in the future.
Competition Application Deadline 28 FEBRUARY!
|Application Deadline||28 February 2021|
|Question and Answer Meeting with Teams||02 March 2021|
|Announcement of the Technical Specifications||05 March 2021|
|Delivery of Sample Training Video (unlabeled)||10 March 2021|
|Preliminary Design Report (PDR) Deadline||28 April 2021|
|Announcement of Teams that have qualified for the Preliminary Round according to PDR Results||15 May 2021|
|Question and Answer Meeting with Teams||01 June 2021|
|Critical Design Report (CDR) Deadline||30 June 2021|
|Announcement of CDR Results and Finalist Teams||15 July 2021|
|TEKNOFEST 2021||21-26 September 2021|
|1. Mansiyon||Global Maksimum|
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE COMPETITION AWARDS
First: 60.000.00 TL
Second: 40.000.00 TL
Third: 20.000.00 TL
TEKNOFEST 2021 Technology Competitions in 35 different categories will be held in Istanbul.
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The necessary writing samples for TEKNOFEST 2020 competitions have been published.