This project is offline lightweight DIY solution to monitor urban landscape. After installing this software on the specified hardware (Nvidia Jetson board + Logitech webcam), you will be able to count cars, pedestrians, motorbikes from your webcam live stream.
Behind the scenes, it feeds the webcam stream to a neural network (YOLO darknet) and make sense of the generated detections.
It is very alpha and we do not provide any guarantee that this will work for your use case, but we conceived it as a starting point from where you can build-on & improve.
If you have a Jetson Nano, please read this specific documentation
Ignore this if you are not running on a jetson
If your jetson does not have jetpack 4.2 or 4.2.1 (CUDA 10, TensorRT 5, cuDNN 7.3, Ubuntu 18.04)
Ignore this if you are running on a jetson, nvidia-docker isn’t necessary with jetpack 4.2
Nvidia-docker v2.0 is only compatible with GNU/Linux x86_64 machine with a CUDA compatible GPU
Open a terminal or ssh to you machine and run the following commands depending on your platform
ls /dev/video* # Output should be: /dev/video0
If this isn’t the case, run the install script anyway, and after you will need to modify the config.json file to select your desired VIDEO_INPUT (file, usbcam, raspberrycam, remote IP cam), we will improve setup / install process for v2.1 💪
# Download install script wget -N https://raw.githubusercontent.com/opendatacam/opendatacam/v2.1.0/docker/install-opendatacam.sh # Give exec permission chmod 777 install-opendatacam.sh # NB: You will be asked for sudo password when installing the docker container # Install command for Jetson Nano ./install-opendatacam.sh --platform nano # Install command for Jetson TX2 ./install-opendatacam.sh --platform tx2 # Install command for Jetson Xavier ./install-opendatacam.sh --platform xavier # Install command for a Nvidia-docker machine (ARCH_BIN=6.1) # NB: Will run from demo file, you can change this after install, see "5. Customize OpenDataCam" ./install-opendatacam.sh --platform nvidiadocker_cuda_archbin_6_1
This command will download and start a docker container on the machine. After it finishes the docker container starts a webserver on port 8080 (ports 8070 and 8090 are also used).
The docker container is started in auto-restart mode, so if you reboot your machine it will automaticaly start opendatacam on startup. (Learn more about the specificities of docker on jetson)
You can also use opendatacam without docker
config.json, save it somewhere
run-opendatacam.sh(To improve, make install script remove them)
config.jsonfile compatible with the opendatacam version you are installing and setup a new docker container
NB: we do not handle auto update of the config.json file
Open your browser at http://IPOFJETSON:8080 .
If you are running with the jetson connected to a screen: http://localhost:8080
NB: OpenDataCam only supports one client at a time, if you open the UI on two different devices, the stream will stop in one of them.
See Docker playbook ️📚 how to restart / stop OpenDataCam.
In order to operate opendatacam from your phone / tablet / computer.
We offer several customization options:
Video input: run from a file, change webcam resolution, change camera type (raspberry cam, usb cam…)
Neural network: change YOLO weights files depending on your hardware capacity, desired FPS (tinyYOLO, full yolov3, yolov3-openimages …)
Change display classes: We default to mobility classes (car, bus, person…), but you can change this
Docker specificities on jetson
Docker doesn’t support GPU usage on Jetson (see issue #214 on docker-nvidia official repo , support should be landing around Q3-Q4 2019)
Meanwhile we need to give to the docker container access to the host platform GPU. We do so by mounting several volumes with this script.
That is why you need to use our install script to install a container. We have an open issue to simplify setup once nvidia-docker support lands for jetson devices.
How to show OpenDataCam logs
# List containers sudo docker logs -f -t opendatacam
How to stop / restart OpenDataCam
# Stop container sudo docker stop opendatacam # Start container (will mount the opendatacam_videos/ and the config.json + mount CUDA necessary stuff) sudo ./run-opendatacam.sh # Restart container (after modifying the config.json file for example) sudo docker restart opendatacam # Install a newer version of opendatacam # Follow the 1. Install and start OpenDataCam # See stats ( CPU , memory usage ...) sudo docker stats opendatacam # Clear all docker container, images ... sudo docker system prune -a
In order to solve use cases that aren’t taken care by our opendatacam base app, you might be able to build on top of our API instead of forking the project.
We host our docker images on Dockerhub
For jetson devices:
For nvidia-docker machine:
We are working on adding a benchmark to rank OpenDataCam on the MOT Challenge (Multiple Object Tracking Benchmark) for v2.1.
Accuracy depends on which YOLO weights your hardware is capable of running.
FPS depends on:
We made the default settings to run at least at 10 FPS on any Jetson.
Learn more in the Customize OpenDataCam documentation
Technical architecture overview: