The VOT challenges provide the visual tracking community with a precisely defined and repeatable way of comparing short-term trackers as well as a common platform for discussing the evaluation and advancements made in the field of visual tracking.

The goal of the challenges is to build up a repository of considerable benchmarks and to organize workshops or similar events in order to push forward research in visual tracking.


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Announcing VOTS2024!

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We are pleased to announce that the activities for VOTS2024 are almost done! Please see the VOTS2024 challenge page for more details.

Important dates

  • 13th of May, 2024 - All challenges open
  • 23rd of June, 2024 - Results submission deadline
  • 13th of July, 2024 - Winners announcement
  • 8th of August, 2024 - GenArt challenge closes
  • 29th of September, 2024 - VOTS2024 workshop at ECCV2024

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Citing VOT Challenge

When using any of VOT benchmarks in your paper, please cite the VOT journal paper as well as the relevant VOT workshop paper describing the relevant benchmark.

@article {VOT_TPAMI, author = {Matej Kristan and Jiri Matas and Ale\v{s} Leonardis and Tomas Vojir and Roman Pflugfelder and Gustavo Fernandez and Georg Nebehay and Fatih Porikli and Luka \v{C}ehovin}, journal={IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence}, title={A Novel Performance Evaluation Methodology for Single-Target Trackers}, year={2016}, month={Nov}, volume={38}, number={11}, pages={2137-2155}, doi={10.1109/TPAMI.2016.2516982}, ISSN={0162-8828} }