FleetUp AI Dashcam Annotation Labeling Guide

Outward camera video

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Critical High Medium Low False
Harsh braking Harsh braking never triggers a critical label Obvious dangerous braking Over 65 mph (105 km/h) on a narrow road or in traffic Under 65 mph (105 km/h) Driver didn’t brake
Harsh acceleration Harsh acceleration never triggers a critical label Obvious dangerous acceleration Over 70 mph (112 km/h) on a narrow road or in traffic Under 70 mph (112 km/h) Driver didn’t accelerate or accelerated safely on a clear road
Sharp turn Harsh turns never triggers a critical label Obviously dangerous turn Over 70 mph (112 km/h) on a narrow road or in traffic Under 70 mph (112 km/h) Driver didn’t make any sharp turns
Collision Major impacts with cars, objects, and people will trigger a critical label Collisions with cars, objects, and people will always be labeled high risk Collision is never labeled medium risk Collision is never labeled low risk High
Running lights and stop signs Running red lights and stop signs will trigger a critical labell Running red lights and stop signs is never labeled high risk Running red lights and stop signs is never labeled medium risk Running red lights and stop signs is never labeled low risk The driver didn’t run a red light or a stop sign
Covered Covered cameras never trigger a critical label Covered cameras are never labeled high risk Covered cameras are never labeled medium risk Camera is at least 20% covered or shows the wrong perspective The camera wasn’t covered

Inward camera video

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Critical High Medium Low False
Smoking Drug usage will trigger a critical label Drug usage Smoking cigarettes is always labeled medium risk Smoking is never labeled low risk Driver didn’t smoke
Yawning Yawning never triggers a critical label Yawning is never labeled high risk The same driver yawned more than 5 times in the same day The same driver yawned 5 times or less in the same day Driver didn’t yawn
No face detected No face detected never triggers a critical label Driver purposefully hid their face in order to avoid being recorded while driving over 30 mph (48 km/hr) Driver purposefully hid their face in order to avoid being recorded while driving under 30 mph (48 km/hr) No face detected is never labeled low risk. Driver didn’t hide their face, the camera was covered, or the driver was wearing a mask.
Distracted Distracted never triggers a critical label Driver was looking at their phone, at road-side objects, or behind their seat for over 5 seconds and while driving over 30 mph (48 km/hr) Driver was looking at their phone, at road-side objects, or behind their seat for over 3 seconds and while driving under 30 mph (48 km/hr) Distracted is never labeled low risk 1. Driver was looking at the road ahead
2. Driver was wearing sunglasses
Eyes closed Eyes closed never triggers a critical label Driver’s eyes were closed over 5 consecutive seconds and more than 2 times during the same day Driver’s eyes were closed over 5 consecutive seconds Eyes closed is never labeled low risk 1. Driver wasn’t closing their eyes
2. Driver was wearing sunglasses
3. Driver closed eyes for less than 5 sec. during the video
4. Eyes and face weren’t detected because of low light
Phone use Phone use never triggers a critical label Driver was consistently looking at their phone’s screen Driver made a phone call Phone use is never labeled low risk Driver wasn’t using phone
Covered Covered cameras never trigger a critical label Covered cameras are never labeled high risk Covered cameras are never labeled medium risk Camera is at least 20% covered or shows the wrong perspective The camera wasn’t covered