We've seen tremendous interest in Roboflow from the research community. Faculty and students from institutions ranging from California to Malta to Taiwan have been using Roboflow to accelerate their computer vision work.
Roboflow enables them to focus on the outcomes of their experiments, not organizing images, annotations, and writing boilerplate infrastructure code. University researchers in robotics, agriculture, drone imaging, and everything in between have accelerated their output with Roboflow. Absent Roboflow, teams spend time on areas that are not novel to their research, like converting file types or writing OpenCV code to adjust the brightness of an image.
Roboflow for Universities
Due to this interest, we're making our call to support university research more explicit. If you are in faculty leading a research lab, course, or group of students, we're eager to help accelerate your work. We're able to support your group with Roboflow site licenses, including uncapped storage, unlimited dataset versions, one-click preprocessing and augmentation, and export to any annotation format – VOC XML, COCO, JSON, even TFRecords.
Moreover, take advantage of Roboflow's Public Datasets to bootstrap data collection for problems in your domain.
Roboflow for Students
If you're an individual student working on a computer vision project within Roboflow, please get started with Roboflow on our Free Tier (1GB of storage).
If you'd like additional storage or premium features, the Roboflow team is happy to support your work. In fact, we may even promote your findings on this blog. We offer free additional student licenses in cases where the outputs of the research can be shared publicly. Simply get in touch, and be sure to use your institution's email.
Please get in touch if you'd like to take advantage of Roboflow for your research.
Roboflow accelerates your computer vision workflow through automated annotation
quality assurance, universal annotation format conversion (like
PASCAL VOC XML to COCO JSON and
), team sharing and versioning, and easy integration with popular
open source computer vision models.
Getting started with your first 1GB of data is completely free.