Leaderboard

Instructions

This page display the submited results for Trajectory Forecasting Leaderboards. For each submission, we display several main metrics in main table. For detailed information, more metrics, per-sequence results and visualisation (coming soon), please click submission name. For all tables, you can click headers to sort the results. Note you can download the submission zip file as well. Legends, metrics descriptions and reference are displayed after leaderboards table. For more information on submission preparation, click here.

The challenge is again (after the ICCV workshop) open and running. We show the leading submission from each group on the trajectory forecasting leaderboard. For more information on the dataset, metric and benchmark, please refer to JRDB-Traj paper. Our code to reproduce the baseline is available here.

Trajectory Forecasting Submissions

Name EFE↓ OSPA(2) IDF1↑

2.506 2.627 58.392
Tim Salzmann, Lewis Chiang, Markus Ryll, Dorsa Sadigh, Carolina Parada and Alex Bewley Robots That Can See: Leveraging Human Pose for Trajectory Prediction in IEEE Robotics and Automation Letters 2023

2.558 2.675 56.298
| Yang Gao Social-pose: Human Trajectory Prediction using Input Pose in 2022

2.646 2.76 54.673
| Saeed Saadatnejad, Yang Gao, Hamid Rezatofighi, and Alexandre Alahi JRDB-Traj: A Dataset and Benchmark for Trajectory Forecasting in Crowds in arXiv 2023

2.646 2.76 54.673
| Anonymous Submission

2.666 2.778 54.441
| Anonymous Submission

2.671 2.786 55.258
Francesco Marchetti, Federico Becattini, Lorenzo Seidenari, Alberto Del Bimbo SMEMO: Social Memory for Trajectory Forecasting in Pre-print (in submission)

2.688 2.8 56.352
Anonymous Submission

3.077 3.172 47.689
| Anonymous Submission

3.498 3.579 37.127
| Javad Amirian, Bingqing Zhang, Francisco Valente Castro, Juan Jose Baldelomar, Jean-Bernard Hayet OpenTraj: Assessing Prediction Complexity in Human Trajectories Datasets in 2020

3.939 3.961 23.813
Karttikeya Mangalam, Harshayu Girase, Shreyas Agarwal, Kuan-Hui Lee, Ehsan Adeli, Jitendra Malik, Ad It Is Not the Journey but the Destination: Endpoint Conditioned Trajectory Prediction in 2020