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3D Bounding Box Annotation for Deep Learning

An image annotation technique for Autonomous Vehicles to Detect Various Objects


Object Detection for Autonomous Vehicles

This technique is used for training autonomous vehicles to detect various objects on streets like street lanes, traffic, potholes, signals, etc. It helps autonomous vehicles in recognizing and comprehending their surroundings and objects in real life.

Automatic Tagging for E-commerce and Retail

Highlight clothing and fashion accessories with automatic tagging to enable visual searching. It also helps in annotating goods and detecting items like fashion accessories and furniture picked from the shelf for automatic billing to customers in retail shops.

Automatic Tagging for E-commerce and Retail

Use Cases for 3D Bounding Box Annotation

A wide range of AI use cases can be achieved using data annotation & labeling


3D object detection is widely used in robotics to avoid collisions with dynamic objects including humans, animals and other characters.


Using computer vision algorithms to annotate everything around a vehicle using bounding boxes allows cars to detect objects like pedestrians, vehicles, traffic signs, and barriers.

Autonomous Flying
Autonomous Flying

AI implementations enabling automated or assisted flight can be made easier and more accessible through image annotation performed at the backend with autonomous flying training data.


IoT sensors and bounding box annotations can provide real-time data for AI algorithms to contribute to agricultural efficiency and yield improvement with real-time insights from the fields.

E-commerce & Retail
E-commerce & Retail

This technique is useful in labeling various products and categories including fashion accessories, cosmetics, etc. for better and accurate search. It also helps in detecting patterns which might lead bad actors to steal goods.


This technique can be used for determining damage to vehicle like broken window panes, damaged roof, tail lights, etc for preventing accidents and estimating costs for insurance claims.

Frequently Asked Questions

Bounding box annotation consists of coordinates for bearing information regarding object’s location and size in an image or video. It is ideal for objects of uniform shape and those that do not overlap.

Bounding box annotation is an ideal way for annotating your work, however it can prove to be difficult. Some of the best practices that can be followed are:-

1. Pixel-perfect proximity: The edges need to be in close proximity to the object to ensure accurate detection.

2. Box size variation: Bounding boxes must be of the same size and volume of the object for accurate prediction. This is also important as varied users might interpret this in a different manner as per the screen size or environment.

3. Limiting box overlap: Box overlap must be avoided to ensure there is no impact on the model’s accuracy.

4. Avoiding diagonal items: Since diagonal items occupy less space in a bounding box, it results in confusing the machine learning model in assuming that the target object is the background.

5. Eliminating bias: Bias must be avoided to guarantee the quality and accuracy of the project result. Biased data can lead to errors and unfair results which can invariably taint the project as unusable at the least and harmful at the maximum.

Bounding box is a technique that has various functions, however, the most important one is object detection. A machine learning powered object detection algorithm doesn’t just rely on the width and height of the polygon that surrounds the element, but displays a better output when there’s a vast range of object categories. The increasing number of references that a machine learning system is provided with, the easier it is for the computer to learn what it needs to analyze. In many instances, companies utilize bounding boxes for object detection, however, bounding box techniques are used in many computer settings and software for transforming, aligning, scaling objects, or modifying their orientation.

Object detection consists of image classification and object localization. This implies that if a computer has to detect an object, it must know the object in question and its location. Image classification is used for assigning a class label for an image and also involves the annotator drawing the bounding box at the borders of the object and labeling it. It assists in training the algorithm and permitting it to know what the object appears like.

Why should you outsource to Anolytics?

You can trust us in offering quality text annotation work because we offer:

Quality With Accuracy
Quality With Accuracy

Get the best-in-class quality services with highest accuracy level delivering an excellence in image annotation through multiple stages of auditing and reviewing of labeled data.

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We are certified with SOC 2 TYPE 1 Company for maintaining the high standards of data security with privacy while working with our clients to ensure their confidentiality.

Fully Scalable Service
Fully Scalable Service

Working with hundreds of workforce to annotate pictures as per the demand providing a completely scalable solution with turnaround time to meet the different client’ needs.

Cost-effective Pricing
Cost-effective Pricing

Image annotation outsourcing to us means our clients get a cost-effective data labeling service helping them to minimize the cost of their project with best efficiency.

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