Remote Sensing

Remote sensing of environment research has explored the benefits of using synthetic aperture radar imagery systems for a wide range of land and marine applications since these systems are not affected by weather conditions and therefore are operable both daytime and nighttime. The design of image processing techniques for  synthetic aperture radar applications requires tests and validation on real and synthetic images. The GRSS benchmark database supports the desing and analysis of algorithms to deal with SAR and PolSAR data.

Last Updated On: 
Tue, 02/08/2022 - 17:46
Citation Author(s): 
Nobre, R. H.; Rodrigues, F. A. A.; Rosa, R.; Medeiros, F.N.; Feitosa, R., Estevão, A.A., Barros, A.S.

This dataset provides Channel Impulse Response (CIR) measurements from standard-compliant IEEE 802.11ay packets to validate Integrated Sensing and Communication (ISAC) methods. The CIR sequences contain reflections of the transmitted packets on people moving in an indoor environment. They are collected with a 60 GHz software-defined radio experimentation platform based on the IEEE 802.11ay Wi-Fi standard, which is not affected by frequency offsets by operating in full-duplex mode.
The dataset is divided into two parts:


The greenhouse remote sensing image dataset we produced contains 2101 tiles and 23914 greenhouses. And in the data set, 37.9% of dense scenes were added, so that the model trained through this data set could better adapt to the dense scene detection task.


The dataset provides data to develop wireless sensing applications -- namely activity recognition, people identification and people counting -- leveraging Wi-Fi devices. Human movements cause modifications to the multi-path propagation of Wi-Fi signals. Such modifications reflect on the channel frequency response and, in turn, wireless sensing can be performed by analyzing the channel state information (CSI) of the Wi-Fi channel when the person/people move within the propagation environment.


The concentration of sea ice is essential for determining crucial climate factors. Together with sea ice thickness, it is possible to determine significant air-sea fluxes and atmospheric heat transfer. In this study, the SARAL/AltiKa Sea Ice Algorithm is used to determine the monthly sea ice concentration (SIC) in the Arctic (SSIA). For the period from April 2013 to December 2020, data from the dual-frequency microwave radiometer (23.8 GHz and 37 GHz) on the SARAL/AltiKa satellite are used to compute SIC. 


This data is a conversion of remote sensing data into a VOC2012 dataset.


This is the dataset we collected for the article "Scalable Undersized Dataset RF Classification: Using Convolutional Multistage Training". 17 objects were collected in the laboratory and scanned using a 'cw radar' setup featuring 2x UWB antennas (1 transmit antenna, 1 receive antenna), inside anechoic chamber. There was no clutter added in the experiment.


This dataset include ozone EV8TOz retrievals from GOME-2 aboard Metop-B and C, Tropomi aboard S5P, OMPS aboard NPP and NOAA-20.


Drone based wildfire detection and modeling methods enable high-precision, real-time fire monitoring that is not provided by traditional remote fire monitoring systems, such as satellite imaging. Precise, real-time information enables rapid, effective wildfire intervention and management strategies. Drone systems’ ease of deployment, omnidirectional maneuverability, and robust sensing capabilities make them effective tools for early wildfire detection and evaluation, particularly so in environments that are inconvenient for humans and/or terrestrial vehicles.


Dataset reflects a single household (home) power profile related to the grid. Households include typical appliances, two air-to-air heat pumps, a 3-phase 18 kW through-flow water heater, 6 kW solar panels and a 2,5 kW charger for the electric car.

For five-month (mid-April-mid August) in 2022, every 0.2 sec took each 3-phase voltage, and current measurement, power and harmonics (up to 15th) were calculated for power profile registration.

Positive value reflects energy flow from the grid to a household, and negative values not used at household energy flow to the grid.