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Accurate detection and segmentation of apple trees are crucial in high throughput phenotyping, further guiding apple trees yield or quality management. A LiDAR and a camera were attached to the UAV to acquire RGB information and coordinate information of a whole orchard. The information was integrated by simultaneous localization and mapping network to form a dataset of RGB-colored point clouds. The dataset can be used for methods related to apple detection and segmentation based on point clouds.


The dataset includes active power measurements for a residential dwelling (apartment) located in Bucharest, Romania, collected at 1s second reporting rate over several months.
Always-on appliances include the refrigerator and the wireless router. Several other appliances are installed in the residential unit: washing machine, lighting fixtures, electrical iron, vacuum cleaner, various ICT charging devices, and air conditioning (seldom used).


Ground Penetrating Radar (GPR) has a wide range of applications such as detection of buried mines, pipes and wires. GPR has been used as a near-surface remote sensing technique, and its working principle is based on electromagnetic (EM) wave theory. Here proposed data set is meant for data driven surrogate modelling based Buried Object Characterization. The considered problem of estimating geophysical parameters of a buried object is 2D. The training and testing scenarios include B-scan images (2D data), which contain 16 pairs of A-scan (concatenated forms of A-scans).


“DCA-IoMT Dataset” belongs to the research article entitled “DCA-IoMT: Knowledge Graph Embedding-enhanced Deep Collaborative Alerts-recommendation against COVID19 (DOI: 10.1109/TII.2022.3159710)” accepted for publication in the Journal of IEEE Transactions on Industrial Informatics.


The dataset contains the path loss measurements obtained with a LoRa (868 MHz) transmitting radio and five receivers. The receivers move in a search area covering both outdoor and indoor areas wherein a double-slope path loss is experienced. The data can be used to test range-based localization algorithm through the received signal strength.