Project->DataSet->Map. Annotation toolbar now has the following sections:
Objects - to annotate objects of interest
Background - to define background for each object type. Previously we called it “Training zone”, but according to user feedback we simplified naming. Backgrounds now can be both rectangular and polygonal
Working area - optional areas limiting the detection area. Using working areas may save time and megapixels during processing
Filters - now it is possible to filter annotations by size (in square meters) and detection confidence
Project->DataSet->Images. Annotation tools are the same as for maps, except the working areas which are not useful for raw imagery. Also filters allow you to select images by detection confidence.
Project->Dataset->Maps. Right bar redesigned.
Objects are now represented as a simple list for easy access and visualization. Each object may have its own color code adjusted by user
List of working areas can be found below the objects. Each working contains number of objects of different types within it
Project->DataSet->Images. Right bar redesigned. Objects are now represented as a simple list for easy access and visualization
Project->DataSet->Map. Dataset now displays vector data available for the project. Now it is possible to show DXF on top of an orthophoto map and compare planned construction progress with the actual state.
Maps and images checkboxes in the right bar now are memorized for users I.e. after returning back to the same view in the same browser you’ll get the same object/layer setup