Use tensorflow to implement a Deep Neural Network for real time lane detection mainly based on the IEEE IV conference paper "Towards End-to-End Lane Detection: an Instance Segmentation Approach".You can refer to their paper for details https://arxiv.org/abs/1802.05591. This model consists of a encoder-decoder stage, binary semantic segmentation stage and instance semantic segmentation using discriminative loss function for real time lane detection task.
The main network architecture is as follows:
This software has only been tested on ubuntu 16.04(x64), python3.5, cuda-9.0, cudnn-7.0 with a GTX-1070 GPU.
To install this software you need tensorflow 1.10.0 and other version of tensorflow has not been tested but I think
it will be able to work properly in tensorflow above version 1.10. Other required package you may install them by
pip3 install -r requirements.txt
In this repo I uploaded a model trained on tusimple lane dataset Tusimple_Lane_Detection.
The deep neural network inference part can achieve around a 50fps which is similar to the description in the paper. But
the input pipeline I implemented now need to be improved to achieve a real time lane detection system.
The trained lanenet model weights files are stored in
new_lanenet_model_file. You can
download the model and put them in folder model/tusimple_lanenet/
You can test a single image on the trained model as follows
python tools/test_lanenet.py --weights_path ./model/tusimple_lanenet_vgg/tusimple_lanenet_vgg.ckpt --image_path ./data/tusimple_test_image/0.jpg
The results are as follows:
Test Input Image
Test Lane Mask Image
Test Lane Binary Segmentation Image
Test Lane Instance Segmentation Image
If you want to evaluate the model on the whole tusimple test dataset you may call
python tools/evaluate_lanenet_on_tusimple.py --image_dir ROOT_DIR/TUSIMPLE_DATASET/test_set/clips --weights_path ./model/tusimple_lanenet_vgg/tusimple_lanenet.ckpt --save_dir ROOT_DIR/TUSIMPLE_DATASET/test_set/test_output
If you set the save_dir argument the result will be saved in that folder
or the result will not be saved but be
displayed during the inference process holding on 3 seconds per image.
I test the model on the whole tusimple lane
detection dataset and make it a video. You may catch a glimpse of it bellow.
Tusimple test dataset gif
Train your own model
Firstly you need to organize your training data refer to the data/training_data_example folder structure. And you need
to generate a train.txt and a val.txt to record the data used for training the model.
The training samples are consist of three components. A binary segmentation label file and a instance segmentation label
file and the original image. The binary segmentation use 255 to represent the lane field and 0 for the rest. The
instance use different pixel value to represent different lane field and 0 for the rest.
All your training image will be scaled into the same scale according to the config file.
Use the script here to generate the tensorflow records file
python data_provider/lanenet_data_feed_pipline.py --dataset_dir ./data/training_data_example --tfrecords_dir ./data/training_data_example/tfrecords
In my experiment the training epochs are 80010, batch size is 4, initialized learning rate is 0.001 and use polynomial
decay with power 0.9. About training parameters you can check the global_configuration/config.py for details.
You can switch --net argument to change the base encoder stage. If you choose --net vgg then the vgg16 will be used as
the base encoder stage and a pretrained parameters will be loaded. And you can modified the training
script to load your own pretrained parameters or you can implement your own base encoder stage.
You may call the following script to train your own model
python tools/train_lanenet.py --net vgg --dataset_dir ./data/training_data_example -m 0
You can also continue the training process from the snapshot by
python tools/train_lanenet.py --net vgg --dataset_dir data/training_data_example/ --weights_path path/to/your/last/checkpoint -m 0
You may monitor the training process using tensorboard tools
During my experiment the
Total loss drops as follows:
Binary Segmentation loss drops as follows:
Instance Segmentation loss drops as follows:
The accuracy during training process rises as follows:
Please cite my repo lanenet-lane-detection if you use it.
Recently updates 2018.11.10
Adjust some basic cnn op according to the new tensorflow api. Use the
traditional SGD optimizer to optimize the whole model instead of the
origin Adam optimizer used in the origin paper. I have found that the
SGD optimizer will lead to more stable training process and will not
easily stuck into nan loss which may often happen when using the origin
I have uploaded a new lanenet model trained on tusimple dataset using the
new code here new_lanenet_model_file.
You may download the new model weights and update the new code. To update
the new code you just need to
git pull origin master
The rest are just the same as which mentioned above. And recently I will
release a new model trained on culane dataset.
Recently updates 2018.12.13
Since a lot of user want a automatic tools to generate the training samples
from the Tusimple Dataset. I upload the tools I use to generate the training
samples. You need to firstly download the Tusimple dataset and unzip the
file to your local disk. Then run the following command to generate the
training samples and the train.txt file.
python tools/generate_tusimple_dataset.py --src_dir path/to/your/unzipped/file
The script will make the train folder and the test folder. The training
samples of origin rgb image, binary label image, instance label image will
be automatically generated in the training/gt_image, training/gt_binary_image,
training/gt_instance_image folder.You may check it yourself before start
the training process.
Pay attention that the script only process the training samples and you
need to select several lines from the train.txt to generate your own
val.txt file. In order to obtain the test images you can modify the
script on your own.
Recently updates 2019.05.16
New model weights can be found here
Add tools to convert lanenet tensorflow ckpt model into mnn model and deploy
the model on mobile device
Freeze your tensorflow ckpt model weights file
cd LANENET_PROJECT_ROOT_DIR python mnn_project/freeze_lanenet_model.py -w lanenet.ckpt -s lanenet.pb
Convert pb model into mnn model
cd MNN_PROJECT_ROOT_DIR/tools/converter/build ./MNNConver -f TF --modelFile lanenet.pb --MNNModel lanenet.mnn --bizCode MNN
Add lanenet source code into MNN project
Add lanenet source code into MNN project and modified CMakeList.txt to
compile the executable binary file.
- [x] Add a embedding visualization tools to visualize the embedding feature map
- [x] Add detailed explanation of training the components of lanenet separately.
- [x] Training the model on different dataset
[ ] Adjust the lanenet hnet model and merge the hnet model to the main lanenet model [ ] Change the normalization function from BN to GN
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