Optimization of seedling detection by using instance segmentation
Track32 deploy and further develop a service for fully automated seedling measurements in collaboration with Corvus Drones. For a grower, it is important to have an objective analysis of his seedlings to reliably assess the sellability and the status. Currently, the seedlings are assessed manually by several employees, which results in subjectivity between trays for the same employee and subjectivity between employees for the same tray. Hence, a grower needs to includes a margin for selling his stock, and is selling less than his production. Our seedling measurement service could serve that problem by delivering objective analysis. However, this requires a good performing seedling detection.
The task for this project is to investigate which adaptations into the model architecture (for example yolact vs mask-rcnn), augmentations and training adaptations (dynamic learning rate, validation metrics) are promising for a high performing seedling detection software module. Furthermore, we could also look into publicly available seedling datasets which may be useful for increasing the model performance. You will perform several experiments and in the end you will present an overview of the results including your thoughts about the experiment with the highest model performance. Your ideas will be integrated into our current train module, to acquire the highest performance as possible.
20% Theory, 60% implementation, 20% writing report
Le Viet Duc, email@example.com
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