Robust Pedestrian Detection and Path Prediction using Improved YOLOv5


  • Kamal Omprakash Hajari
  • Dr. Ujwalla Gawande Dean R and D
  • Prof. Yogesh Golhar Assistant Professor


In vision-based surveillance systems, pedestrian recognition and path prediction are critical concerns. Advanced computer vision applications, on the other hand, confront numerous challenges
due to differences in pedestrian postures and scales, backdrops, and occlusion. To tackle these challenges, we present a YOLOv5-based deep learning-based pedestrian recognition and path prediction method.
The updated YOLOv5 model was first used to detect pedestrians of various sizes and proportions. The proposed path prediction method is then used to estimate the pedestrian's path based on motion data.
The suggested method deals with partial occlusion circumstances to reduce object occlusion-induced progression and loss, and links recognition results with motion attributes.
After then, the path prediction algorithm uses motion and directional data to estimate the pedestrian movement's direction. The proposed method outperforms the existing methods,
according to the results of the experiments. Finally, we come to a conclusion and look into future study.


CNN, Deep Learning, Pedestrian Detection, Path Prediction, Computer Vision, YOLOv5

Author Biographies

Dr. Ujwalla Gawande, Dean R and D

Dean R and D, Associate Professor, Yeshwantrao Chavan College of Engineering, Nagpur

Prof. Yogesh Golhar, Assistant Professor

Assistant Professor, CE Department, St. Vincent Palloti College of Engineering and Technology, Nagpur, India




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