Combining Cloud Computing and Artificial Intelligence Scene Recognition in Real-time Environment Image Planning Walkable Area
This study developed scene recognition and cloud computing technology for real-time environmental image-based regional planning using artificial intelligence. TensorFlow object detection functions were used for artificial intelligence technology. First, an image from the environment is transmitted to a cloud server for cloud computing, and all objects in the image are marked using a bounding box method. Obstacle detection is performed using object detection, and the associated technique algorithm is used to mark walkable areas and relative coordinates. The results of this study provide a machine vision application combined with cloud computing and artificial intelligence scene recognition that can be used to complete walking space activities planned by a cleaning robot or unmanned vehicle through real-time utilization of images from the environment.
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