The socio-economic costs of traffic accidents constitute a significant burden on society and decision makers therefore focus on reducing these numbers. In the EU, for example, the objective is to reduce the number of deaths with 50% by 2020. Many different research agendas need to be investigated before this can be realized. The focus of this workshop is one of the core disciplines required, namely how to develop and employ automatic traffic surveillance systems that can detect, track and in general understand the behavior of road-users. This workshop aim to gather not only signal processing researchers interested in these topics, but also traffic researchers and decision makers. Original research papers related to the following (or similar) topics are welcome:
All the selected papers will be included in the Proceedings of CVPR 2016-DVD and made available on IEEE eXplore
The best paper will be awarded a $1000 prize sponsored by the Danish traffic monitoring company, ATKI.
Semantic Depth Map Fusion for Moving Vehicle Detection in Aerial Video
by Mahdieh Poostchi, Hadi Aliakbarpour, Raphael Viguier, Filiz Bunyak, Kannappan Palaniappan, Guna Seetharaman
Previous workshop: 1st International Workshop on Automatic Traffic Surveillance (at AVSS 2015)
The submission format should follow the main CVPR guidelines, which can be found on the main CVPR-website. The workshop proceedings will be published together with the main conference proceedings.
Please register and submit your paper at CMT: https://cmt3.research.microsoft.com/ATS2016/