boxmot 10.0.65


BoxMOT: pluggable SOTA tracking modules for segmentation, object detection and pose estimation model

BoxMOT: pluggable SOTA tracking modules for segmentation, object detection and pose estimation models

Stars: 6027, Watchers: 6027, Forks: 1633, Open Issues: 5

The mikel-brostrom/yolo_tracking repo was created 3 years ago and the last code push was Yesterday.
The project is extremely popular with a mindblowing 6027 github stars!

How to Install boxmot

You can install boxmot using pip

pip install boxmot

or add it to a project with poetry

poetry add boxmot

Package Details

Mikel Broström
GitHub Repo:


  • Scientific/Engineering
  • Scientific/Engineering/Artificial Intelligence
  • Scientific/Engineering/Image Processing
  • Scientific/Engineering/Image Recognition
  • Software Development
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Code Examples

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GitHub Issues

The boxmot package has 5 open issues on GitHub

  • Clip reid
  • Custom Dataset for tracking
  • CLIP-ReID preview HERE!
  • Create classes.txt
  • Update run model .engine
  • Is it suspicious that I got higher performance for OCSORT against DeepOCSORT on MOT17?
  • use black for flake8 formatting under the hood
  • Pymotmetrics

See more issues on GitHub

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