We have selected three intersections within Xi'an, Shaanxi Province, China for data collection. These include the intersection of Taibai South Road and Keji Road, the intersection of Chang'an North Road and Yanta West Road, and the intersection of Yanta North Road and Youyi Road. The UAV for the purpose of video data collection is employed to investigate intersections, with a high-definition video resolution of 4096 * 2160. The spatiotemporal position information of target vehicles was tracked and labeled using Datafromsky software.


We obtained this dataset as part of a project to generate a realistic speed profile on a trip specified by GPS coordinates. Specifically, we focused on generating the speed profile for a passenger car traveling on an unfamiliar route, i.e., a route the machine-learning model has yet to see.  

The dataset contains 5973 rides of five different passenger cars, with a total length of 9049.3 km. The data was collected during 2021 in the Czech Republic and includes municipal and non-municipal trips. 


In this dataset, 4 radio channel measurements at 28 GHz are presented. These have been captured in two different spots of a highway with a fixed Tx and a mobile Rx onboard a car, emulating a V2I link. The Tx was placed both on the roadside (3 measurement runs) and on an overpass (1 measurement). Each run consists of around 4.29 s of continuously captured channel impulse responses (CIRs), with a channel sampling period of 65 μs and a delay resolution of 2 ns.


The GPS track data comes from the open datasets provided by Open ITS Open Alliance, and two open datasets provided by this organization are used in the experiment. The GPS track dataset1 was collected from the experimental road near Zhongshan University in Guangzhou, China, and dataset2 is located in the north-central region of Dongguan, China. The original GPS data contains several sampling frequencies (time intervals), from 10s - 360s. The city road network data used in the experiment is derived from the wiki map of the open-source project OSM.




This dataset provides valuable insights into Received Signal Reference Power (RSRP) measurements collected from four User Equipment (UE) devices strategically positioned within a moving train. 

Additionally, it includes RSRP values obtained from an external reference source using the rooftop train antenna, all systematically interpolated on a cell and frequency basis, with both datasets available.


"LaneVisionIITR: A Comprehensive High-Resolution Dataset for Lane Detection recorded at IIT Roorkee ", which is a newly built high-resolution dataset for developing Lane detection dataset for advanced driver assistance systems. 

This folder consists of three files for each image: 

1. The image captured in .jpg format.

2. Annotations (.json) having left and center line coordinates represented as “L” and “C” respectively.


This paper presents a vehicle side wireless synchronization controller suitable for high-power inductive power transfer (IPT) systems for electric vehicle (EV) wireless charging under stationary and semi-dynamic conditions. The objective of this work is to enable improved functionality, efficiency, and power density of high-power IPT systems under misaligned conditions. An existing 50 kW LCL-LCL tuned IPT system with dual active bridges (DAB) demonstrates the controller’s performance.


This upload contains the data and scripts used for a research paper in preparation for publication. The paper presents a probabilistic resilience assessment framework where failure scenarios and network disruptions are generated using weather profile data from climate prediction models with component-level fragility functions. A case study is then carried out to quantify the resilience of Great Britain’s railway passenger transport system to high-temperature-related track buckling under the Representative Concentration Pathway 8.5 (RCP8.5) climate change scenario.


Experimental measurement data was obtained utilizing RCbenchmark 1780 with full-range PWM signals. Measurements were made for two series of setups.

First series is related to low-voltage setups using the following T-MOTOR components: - motors: MN4014 400Kv, MN5212 340Kv, MN501-S 360Kv, U7 280Kv, MN6007 320Kv, P60 340Kv, MN701-S 280Kv; - ESC: Air 40A, Flame 40A, Flame 70A, Alpha 60A, Flame 100A; - propellers: P17×5.8, P18×6.1, P20×6, P22×6.6, P24×7.2, G26×8.5; - battery: 6-cell (6S) Lithium polymer (LiPo).