Computer Vision: A Timely Opportunity

Engineering International

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Title Computer Vision: A Timely Opportunity
Creator Fadziso, Takudzwa
Subject Computerized navigation
concurrent computing
computer vision movement
Description Different approaches to the study of computer vision have been taken into consideration. It begins with the collection of raw data and advances to methodologies and ideas that combine digital images, pattern recognition, machine learning, and computer graphics to produce new products, as well as new products themselves. In order to get crucial information, students can analyze images and videos to interpret events or descriptions, as well as discern patterns in the landscape, using computer vision. It makes use of a multi-spectrum application domain strategy in conjunction with a large amount of data in order to achieve its goals. In recent years, technological developments in computer vision have paved the way for the creation of novel agricultural applications. Precision yield forecasts for fruit and vegetable crops are particularly critical for improving harvesting, marketing, and logistics planning and execution. When a bridge is under stress or has a high volume of traffic, the geographical and temporal information provided by cars on the bridge reflects this. It is proposed to design a methodology for information gathering and dissemination by utilizing computer vision technology, which recognizes various items tracking and picture calibration via a quick regional neural convolution network, and a quick regional neural convolution network (Faster R-CNN). When dealing with small fish populations, it can be difficult to objectively assess the differences in behavior between individuals. The behavior of fish in aquaculture tanks has been studied with the use of a computer vision system that has been built in order to quantify these types of observations. Contained traffic load data is essential for bridge statistical analysis, security evaluation, and maintenance planning. This is particularly true for heavy trucks. From retail to agriculture, and across all industries, computer vision is having a big impact on organizations of all sizes and in all sectors. When a human eye is required to assess the situation, the significance of this becomes even more apparent. This paper provides information about computer vision technology, including short algorithms, issues, opportunities, and applications for computer vision in a range of fields in the year 2021, as well as information on computer vision in general. Information about computer vision applications in many fields is also included for the year 2021.
Publisher Asian Business Consortium
Date 2021-09-02
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Format application/pdf
Source Engineering International; Vol. 9 No. 2 (2021): July - December Issue; 111-128
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Takudzwa Fadziso

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