Posted on February 6, 2019 | Back to Showreel

Finding small objects in a large scene

Tags: computer-vision | Paper

Satellite imagery is a hot topic. There’s been many stories of people using such imagery to gain competitive advantage in many ways; from estimating the number of sales at department stores, to prediction crop yield.

This paper in particular is very neat because they discuss a network that allows them to compute fine-grained information — colour, position, and angle of cars — in very large satellite photos.

This is really an impressive result.