Detection, classification and tracking​

Scapeye offers a range of applications for recognizing and tracking objects from video images. In addition to a number of ready-made solutions, we deliver customer-specific solutions to detect specific objects. Scapeye supports the entire process of image intake, processing, label design and data training of the recognition software.

Vehicle classification

The Scapeye vehicle classifier detects vehicles and categorizes them based on a number of types such as truck, sedan, station wagon, trailer, caravan. 

Scapeye’s Vehicle Classifier is currently being used in Dutch ‘camera only’ trajectory control systems, where its judgements are used to automatically enforce traffic rules specific to certain vehicle categories.  The licence plate numbers issued in certain countries reveal no information about the category to which the vehicle belongs. The Vehicle Classifier, however, offers a means of automatically determining the vehicle’s category.

 The Vehicle Classifier currently uses an image of the rear of a vehicle as input. This type of image can be obtained using Scapeye’s Virtual Loop Detector, for instance.  Apart from the above-mentioned application in trajectory control systems, the results obtained from our software can also be used to gather road usage statistics, or to filter out images from an image stream. 
As with all of our products, the Vehicle Classifier is available as a Software Development Kit (SDK), allowing for easy integration into new and existing systems. As part of our service, our engineers can integrate the Vehicle Classifier into your traffic and transportation systems. 

More Scapeye classification products

Traffic sign detection

Camera cars to detect parked vehicle violations can add the Scapeye traffic sign detector to better estimate the type of violation and to register missing or damaged signs.

Pedestrain and vehicle counting

Understanding the dynamics in traffic results in valuable insights. Such as the number of passages and an analysis of the movement. This information can be used as input for further decisions such as the redesign of a traffic point