Data Collection Vehicles

The Dataset consists of data from both the UAVs and AGVs. The UAVs include data from Quadcopter and Hexacopter drones, and the AGVs are sedan-class ego vehicles.

UAVs (Unmanned Aerial Vehicles)

The Quadcopter Drone has an average speed of 5 m/s and an altitude capability of 120m. It weighs in at a maximum takeoff weight of 2 kg. It is equipped with multispectral and hyperspectral cameras, specifically tailored for agriculture purposes. The imagery is provided by the drone’s RGB camera. In addition to solo missions, the Quadcopter Drone is also capable of swarm operations, enabling coordinated and synchronized flights for enhanced efficiency and coverage.

The Hexacopter Drone has an altitude capability of 120m and an average speed of 5 m/s. It weighs 5-6kg at maximum takeoff weight, the Hexacopter Drone offers an extended range of up to 5km for expansive coverage. It is equipped with high-performance Multispectral and Hyperspectral cameras. It has capabilities including precision landing, mark-Based landing, and BV LOS capabilities.

AGVs (Autonomous Ground Vehicles)

Collected sensor data is hardware synchronized from a suite of sensors. Our ego vehicle consists of the following sensors:
1. 6 Radars (5 short-range radars + 1 long-range radar)
2. 1 360° LiDAR
3. 6 Cameras providing a 360° FOV