Product Updates

Introducing the Roboflow pip package

We're ecstatic to announce the launch of our newest pip package, a way for you to natively interface with your Roboflow workspace through your Python scripts and Jupyter notebooks! Read

Our New REST API

Today we're excited to announce the launch of our new REST API, a way for your code to interface with the information stored in your Roboflow workspace. Read the full

Roboflow Changelog: September 2021

Welcome to another installment of the Roboflow Changelog where we summarize the improvements to Roboflow's product suite over the preceding month. You can find the last changelog (for August 2021)

Introducing Zero Shot Object Tracking

We are exciting to announce that you can now track objects frame over frame in video and camera stream using the Roboflow Inference API and the open source zero shot object tracking repository, without having to train a separate classifier for your object track features.

Roboflow Universe: the Computer Vision Community

We’re excited to introduce Roboflow Universe, the new hub for computer vision datasets and pre-trained models.

Roboflow Changelog: August 2021

Each month we share a recap of our monthly updates and releases in the Roboflow Changelog. The previous Changelog is available here. In July, the product team's major emphasis was

Roboflow for Students and Universities

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.

Announcing On-Prem and Offline Mode for Roboflow Deploy

With Roboflow, you can train a custom computer vision model in one click and get an infinitely scalable API to receive predictions and you can also deploy directly to devices

Announcing Image Classification Support, End to End

We are excited to announce full support for image classification in Roboflow, from image collection and organization, to annotation, to custom training, and deployment.

Roboflow Changelog: July 2021

Welcome to this month's installment of the Roboflow Changelog highlighting all the updates we've pushed in the past month. The update for last month can be found here. In June

Announcing Classification Support for Roboflow Annotate

When it launched in early 2020, Roboflow was primarily a tool for converting object detection datasets. As the months have gone on we have expanded its capabilities to include collaboration,

How to Train with Microsoft Azure Custom Vision and Roboflow

Roboflow is a tool for building robust machine learning operations pipelines for computer vision: from collecting and organizing images, annotating, training, deploying, and creating active learning pipelines to rapidly create

Roboflow Changelog: June 2021

Each month, we publish a list of recent features and additions to the Roboflow suite of products. The previous month's update is here. In May there has been a bevy

How to Train and Deploy Custom Models to Your OAK

In this blog, we'll walk through the Roboflow custom model deployment process to the OAK and show just how seamless it can be.

Partnering with Luxonis and OpenCV for Seamless Deployment to OpenCV AI Kit

Deploying computer vision models to the edge is critical to unlocking new use cases like in places with limited internet connectivity or where minimal latency is essential. That might be

Roboflow Changelog: May 2021

The changelog is our compendium of monthly updates. If you want to take a walk down memory lane, you can being your trip back in time with last month's edition.

Roboflow's new User Interface

When you log into your Roboflow account you'll notice a fresh look, but the features you know and love are all still just a click away. We've reorganized the app

How to Use Roboflow with IBM Visual Recognition (IBM Watson vs Roboflow)

IBM recently announced they are shutting down IBM Visual Inspection, their product for creating custom computer vision models for classification and object detection. No new instances can be created and

Roboflow Changelog: April 2021

Each month we bring you the high level bullet-points of improvements and additions to Roboflow. If you missed it, last month's changelog is here. In March we were focused on

Video Inference with Roboflow

One common question we get is "Can I use my Roboflow model on a video?" The answer is yes! Videos are really just a sequence of images, so your model

Introducing Roboflow Support for NVIDIA Jetson

Deploy Models to NVIDIA Embedded Devices Deploying models to the edge offers unique benefits: inference speeds can be increased, the model can run offline, and data can be processed locally.

Roboflow Changelog: March 2021

The monthly changelog showcases improvements in Roboflow over the past month. You can find the previous changelog here. In February we had a major focus on reinforcing our foundation; after

Introducing Upload Batches, the Unannotated Queue, and Mark as Null

This week we updated the workflow for uploading and annotating images to streamline the process, help you keep track of your progress, and make it easier to divide work amongst

Roboflow Changelog: February 2021

Welcome to our monthly roundup post of new features and enhancements. You can find the previous changelog here. The biggest new features released this month were transfer learning and Label

Announcing Model Assisted Labeling

Now you can use trained models to speed up your annotation flow.One of the most time-consuming parts of the computer vision workflow is curating a high-quality dataset. When we