Welcome to the ECCV 2016 Multiple Object Tracking Challenge!
We are proud to announce the second edition of the Multiple Object Tracking Benchmark, MOT16, intended to unify the way tracking is evaluated and to push research forward by including new, more challenging sequences.
The main idea of the Challenge is to gather results of published tracking methods in order to determine how far state-of-the-art can go. To that end, we proudly introduce MOT16, a set of 14 new challenging tracking sequences. Detections are provided for each sequence. Submissions to the ECCV 2016 Challenge are restricted to use the provided detections to enable a fair comparison of the tracking part only.
- Deadline for submission of the abstract on CMT is August 10, 2016!
- A minimum of 4 pages abstract paper should be submitted in camera-ready format. Accepted papers will appear in the proceedings.
- Abstracts can describe methods presented in already published papers
(even papers that will be presented at the main ECCV 2016 conference).
- All presented abstracts must submit the results of their method to the
MOT Challenge. The deadline for the submission of the results is
August 10, 2016
- The results on the benchmark datasets do not need to be included in the written abstract.
- The rules of the Challenge must be respected.
- Each accepted abstract paper will have a short oral presentation.
- We will award the best performing method with a prize at the end of the workshop.
- All submissions will be handled electronically through the submission website.