Marine wastes are severely threatening marine animals and their habitat, also causing an impact on human life through toxic substances transportation and accumulation. To prevent the wastes especially the plastic trash from getting into the ocean, it is essential to detect and clean the floating wastes in inland waters efficiently.
FloW is the first dataset for floating waste detection in inland waters. It contains a vision-based sub-dataset, FloW-Img, and a multimodal dataset, FloW-RI which contains the spatial and temporal calibrated image and millimeter-wave radar data. Detailed information can be found in the pages for the two sub-dataset.
By publishing Flow, it is hoped that more attention from research communities could be paid to floating waste detection in inland waters as well as the challenging small object detection over the water surface. In addition, waste detection based on millimeter-wave radar data or the fusion of image and radar data is also a novel task and FloW provides accessible real-world data.
Our paper for FloW Dataset has been accepted by ICCV2021. The FloW dataset will be published with the ICCV2021 paper publication (before October 14). If you have any questions related to our dataset, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Interested in FloW? Watch this video below to see what the data look like!