Workshop on Maritime Computer Vision (MaCVi) in Hawaii as part of WACV Call for Papers

Workshop on Maritime Computer Vision (MaCVi) in Hawaii as part of WACV

You are cordially invited to participate in the 1st Workshop on
Maritime Computer Vision MaCVi2023 taking place on the 3rd of January
2023 in Waikoloa, Hawaii. MaCVi2023 will bring together researchers
from the emerging field of maritime computer vision and promote the
employment of modern computer vision approaches in all kinds of
airborne and surface water domains. The program will consist of
keynotes, contributed papers and results presentation of four new
maritime computer vision challenges.

Participate by:

* Submitting a research paper (accepted papers will be published in
the IEEE Xplore WACV Workshop proceedings)

* Submitting to one of the four challenges

The four MaCVi2023 challenges are:

* SeaDronesSee Object Detection v2: Detect humans, boats, etc., in a
search and UAV rescue scenario.

* SeaDronesSee Tracking: Track detected objects in a UAV search and
rescue scenario.

* MODS Obstacle Segmentation: Segment a USV-perspective maritime scene
into water, obstacles and sky.

* MODS Obstacle Detection: Detect ships, swimmers, boats and buoys in
USV sailing scenario.

See the MaCVi2023 webpage challenge details.

Important dates:


Challenges open               20-Aug-2022

Challenge results submission  25-Oct-2022

Paper Submission deadline     25-Oct-2022

Paper acceptance notification 14-Nov-2022

Paper camera ready deadline   19-Nov-2022

MaCVi20203 workshop           3 or 7-Jan-2022

See the MaCVi2023 webpage for more information and feel free to
contact us (Benjamin Kiefer;

We look forward to your participation at MaCVi2023!

Best regards,

Benjamin Kiefer

On behalf of the MaCVi2023 committee