by Harald Schafer,Eder Santana,Andrew Haden,Riccardo BiasiniPublic Domain
by Harald Schafer,Eder Santana,Andrew Haden,Riccardo BiasiniLicense : Public Domain
comma.ai presents comma2k19, a dataset of over 33 hours of commute in California's 280 highway. This means 2019 segments, 1 minute long each, on a 20km section of highway driving between California's San Jose and San Francisco. comma2k19 is a fully reproducible and scalable dataset. The data was collected using comma EONs that has sensors similar to those of any modern smartphone including a road-facing camera, phone GPS, thermometers and 9-axis IMU. Additionally, the EON captures raw GNSS measurements and all CAN data sent by the car with a comma grey panda. Here we also introduced Laika, an open-source GNSS processing library. Laika produces 40% more accurate positions than the GNSS module used to collect the raw data. This dataset includes pose (position + orientation) estimates in a global reference frame of the recording camera. These poses were computed with a tightly coupled INS/GNSS/Vision optimizer that relies on data processed by Laika. comma2k19 is ideal for development and validation of tightly coupled GNSS algorithms and mapping algorithms that work with commodity sensors.
CategoriesCar, Highway, Street, Road
Sensormodern smartphone including a road-facing camera, phone GPS, thermometers and a 9-axis IMU