Because of the high speed at which vehicles travel on highways, even small irregularities on the road surface can lead to serious accidents. It is important to conduct daily visual inspections to detect these abnormalities at an early stage and to repair them quickly. We are considering replacing a part of visual inspection with automatic classification using image recognition. Automating inspections will make it possible to increase inspection frequency and expected to reduce the variation in quality due to the skill of inspectors. In this paper, we report on an AI-based inspection system and evaluation results using actual highway driving video captured by an in-vehicle camera.
Anomaly detection, Visual inspection, Machine learning
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