Bluetooth Radar Data for Road Traffic Monitoring
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- Gerrit Maus
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- Mon, 02/14/2022 - 10:14
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A reasonable approach to cope with increasing car traffic is the application of large-scale car traffic management solutions. Dense and widely applied car traffic monitoring is an important key prerequisite for this.
Established solutions like e.g. induction loops, video-camera-based systems, or radar, do not suit all the needs with regard to installation effort, privacy, and cost efficiency.
The use of off-the-shelf wireless chipsets for sensing purposes is a promising step towards cost reduction of traffic monitoring systems. It was already shown that the temporal analysis of the Received Signal Strength (RSS) within a wireless network nearby a street allows to monitor the traffic on the road quite accurately.
This dataset contains RSS measurements that were recorded within a two-point Bluetooth network installed nearby a two-lane local road. The experimental setup, the used Bluetooth sensor devices, as well as the structure of the provided data files are described in detail in the provided README file.
All necessary information is provided within the README file.
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