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STRUDL - a new open source software package for tracking objects in video


Software release: STRUDL

We recently released STRUDL, a software program for automatically creating world coordinate trajectories of road users from surveillance videos, based on a neural network object detector and tracking. It is available here for free and open source here:

STRUDL was made as a part of a collaboration between Lund University, Aalborg University and TNO. A paper describing the research that lead to STRUDL is currently under review.

Martin Ahrnbom

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