The LostAndFound Dataset addresses the problem of detecting unexpected smallobstacles on the road often caused by lost cargo. The dataset comprises 112stereo video sequences with 2104 annotated frames (picking roughly every tenthframe from the recorded data).
Below we document code that integrates the dataset with TFDS and BDL-Benchmark. This will also allow to download a small validation set of FS Static. We can not provide a zip download for FS Static since we are not allowed to host the Cityscapes data. Our code automatically generates the dataset from Cityscapes.
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Guests must receive a confirmation email before coming to NRG Park to pick up any lost items to verify that the item has actually been turned in. Items are held for 30 days before they are disposed of or donated to an appropriate charitable organization. To request information on a lost item, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.Please allow 24 hours for a response.
If you are still at Busch Gardens ®, please visit our Welcome Center, located at the entrance to the park, to report lost and found items. If you are at Water Country USA®, please visit Guest Relations, located inside the park past the turnstiles.
Animals impounded at Contra Costa Animal Services are held a minimum of 3 business days. That hold is extended to 5 business days with some form of identification, and 10 business days with their current Contra Costa County license tag. Once the holding period has ended, that animal may be made available for adoption, transferred to another shelter or rescue, or euthanized. An animal may be euthanized immediately if the animal is suffering from a serious medical condition or injury and/or is not responding to treatment. Whether you have found a pet, or your own pet is missing, follow these suggestions to increase the chances of getting that animal back home safe!
Take a found pet to the nearest vet or shelter to be scanned for a microchip, which may lead you straight to the owner. Visit www.petmicrochiplookup.org to research a microchip number. If your lost pet is microchipped, be sure to confirm and/or update your contact information by calling the microchip company. The organization who microchipped your pet may be able to point you in the right direction.
Create posters that are BRIGHT, BOLD, SHORT and SPECIFIC and put them up quickly in the area the pet was found or last seen. Use neon poster board to draw the eye, and keep the message brief and to the point. A short description and contact information is enough. Learn about creating effective posters at MissionReunite.org
Dogs and cats behave differently when they are lost, and their personality at home can give you clues as to where you might find them. Example: Nervous indoor-only cats will hunker down when they get outside and they can often be found close to home, while frightened dogs can run for miles. Visit MissionReunite.org for lost pet recovery tips and techniques.
USI Public Safety is the central depository for articles lost or found on the USI campus. Articles lost on campus property should be reported promptly to USI Public Safety. Articles found on campus property should be reported and forwarded to Public Safety in a timely manner.
USI Public Safety shall make every effort to identify the owners of lost or found articles and return said articles. In most cases, Public Safety shall not retain possession of found articles for more than 30 days. At the discretion of the director of Public Safety or his designee, found articles of significant monetary or personal value may be retained longer than 30 days. The University is not responsible or liable for the loss of personal items.
If you have lost a child, please contact a member of staff or police officer immediately who will be able to help you. Any lost children are looked after by our on site Welfare team who are located in The Village and Arena.
You can report a lost or found pet by either completing the form below, completing a report in person at the shelter, or faxing a completed report to (912) 201-4399. We request that you please attach a clear photograph of the animal if possible as this helps tremendously. Download a Lost and Found Animal Form Pet Information Items marked with red text are required. Date Lost/Found Time Lost/Found I am Reporting a Lost Pet Found Pet Type of Animal Dog Cat Other Pet's Name Pet's Age Pet's Breed Sex Male Female Altered Yes No Color of Animal Describe Markings Is Pet Micro-chipped? Yes No Not Sure Company/Chip # Does Pet Have Tattoo? No Yes Does Pet Have Collar On? Yes No Area Last Seen City Last Seen Does Pet Have Medical Needs? No Yes Describe Medical Needs Any Other Info Upload Picture of Pet Change Select file Remove Only uploading .jpg or .png formats is allowed. Your Information Your Name Email Address Home Number Work Number Cell Number Address City State Alabama Alaska American Samoa Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Federated States of Micronesia Florida Georgia Guam Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Marshall Islands Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Minor Outlying Islands Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Northern Mariana Islands Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Palau Pennsylvania Puerto Rico Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virgin Islands Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip Code Useful Information ANIMAL SERVICES 7211 Sallie Mood Dr Savannah, Georgia 31406
Lost baggage should be reported to your airline or go to the SkyWest ticket counter in the Terminal. To report personal items (other than baggage) lost on the airport, contact the Administrative professional at 435-627-4081.
Lost & Found is located in the Student Life & Leadership Department located on the first floor of the Student Union in room SU 111. Check -at-occ/student-life-leadership/lost-found.html for hours of operation. Please contact the Student Life & Leadership Department by email at email@example.com or telephone at (714) 432-5730 for more information.
Items left behind at CLT are turned in to different agencies depending on where they were found. Please complete and submit the Lost & Found Reporting Form so the Airport can better assist you in locating your lost item(s). If in doubt, please contact each agency individually.
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Information tents will be available throughout Grant Park on race day. Information volunteers will be available to assist participants and spectators with event information, course maps and general event inquiries as well as lost and found items. Information tents will be in the following areas:
Lost and found items will be collected throughout race weekend at the Abbott Health & Fitness Expo and in Grant Park on race day. Following the event, items can be reclaimed at the Hilton Chicago (enter off 8th Street).
Posting signs and distributing flyers is one of the most effective methods of getting the word out about a lost or found pet. Follow our tips to be sure you are designing and distributing your flyers effectively.
We often do not value moments until they become memories or we do not value memories that come from difficult moments. Within Lost and Found, I explore how we lose, gain, or fabricate memories to protect ourselves from traumatic events. My constructions present these difficult experiences through the comfort of repurposed objects and handmade soft sculptures. Both of these artistic processes have become a way for me to cope with the loss of many loved ones. The women I have lost used sewing to help others feel comfortable in their own homes, to make the discomforts comfortable. The discomforts being negative experiences that impacted my family, loss of a loved one, financial struggle, emotional disconnection, and more. Through the act of building a living space and filling it with organic stuffed pieces, I commemorate the work the strong women from my family did to help others when they fell on hard times, creating comforting memories with their quilts, homemade toys, and homey charm.
Individual Husky Cards found without accompanying items (wallets, bags, phones, etc.) are returned to the Husky Card office twice weekly. The Husky Card office is located on the Ground Floor of Odegaard Library and can be contacted at 206-543-7222 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If the HUB has not yet received an item, we encourage owners to directly contact the department or building the item was lost in. Information can be found via the UW Campus Map or UW Office Directory.
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