A car is a vehicle mainly designed to transport people. Included are small medim as well as bigger cars as for example SuVs, PickUps and Mini-Vans (e.g. VW Caddy)
A car is a machine mainly transporting people. Cars include: small-medium and large vehicles, including pickup-trucks and minivans. Cars do not include: Vans with or without windows. Single-unit-trucks, articulated-trucks, buses or trucks-with-trailers. Cars also do not include “unclear” classes such as trams or tractors. See examples below. Cars do not include cars that pull a trailer
Vans are vehicles that are designed for transporting a bigger amount of people or goods deliveries. It starts with vans for people as for example VW Multivan up to goods delivery vans as for example Fiat Ducato.
We distinguish a cargo/delivery/utility van from a passenger van by their amount of windows in the backseat row
A utility van is a vehicle that is designed to carry out a specific task with more efficacy than a passenger vehicle. Another purpose is delivering (goods or services).
Here an example where on the left a single unit truck and on the right a van is shown:
car with trailer
All cars (even if it is a van) that are pulling a trailer are defined as car with trailer.
The prerequisite is to see at least one of the trailers axis and the car without being occluded in the picture
Cars and vans pulling a trailer are classified as car-with-trailer
single unit truck
A single unit truck are used for goods deliveries. Single unit trucks are trucks with two vehicle axles.
Single-unit-trucks should only include C1 (<7.5 T) trucks with 2 axes (maximum 4 wheels)
In difference to a single unit truck, the articulated truck is defined that it has at least three vehicle axles.
Articulated-trucks are trucks >7.5 T with at least 3 axes (minimum 6 wheels).
truck with trailer
All Single unit trucks or articulated trucks pulling a trailer are defined as truck with trailer.
Truck-with-trailer are trucks (single-unit OR articulated) pulling an extra trailer; driving license C1E.
A bus is defined as vehicle transporting a big amount of people (roughly >10 persons)
Trams are labeled as others.
The bus definition includes autobus, coach, double-decker, motor bus, motor coach, omnibus, passenger vehicle, school bus.
The class motorbike is a person riding a motorized single-lane vehicle (E-Bikes excluded). Motorbikes with a sidecar are part of this class as well.
The class bicycle is a person riding a bicycle. A person walking and pushing a bicycle is defined as a person and not as a cyclist.
People riding a bicycle are not labeled as people but labeled as cyclists instead
People who are walking or riding kick scooters (including electric kick scooters), Segways, skateboards, etc. are labeled as pedestrians.
People pushing an engine or non-engine powered one lane vehicle are identified as a person.
People inside other vehicles are not counted, except for people standing on the top of cars/trucks or standing on flatbeds of trucks.
Mannequins, statues, dummies, objects covered with cloth covers, billboards, posters, pedestrians inside buildings, or reflections of people are not identified as a person.
All remaining objects detected or in case the accuracy does not match the predefined value are classified as unclear object.
Depending on the Configuration and model chosen during your set-up, different objects will be taken into consideration. For more info, see the use case description.