The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset

The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset: A Radar Extension to the Oxford RobotCar Dataset Abstract - In this paper we present The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset, a new dataset for researching scene understanding using Millimetre-Wave FMCW scanning radar data. The target application is autonomous vehicles where this modality remains unencumbered by environmental conditions such as fog, [...]

The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset2020-02-06T12:42:15+00:00

The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset

We are pleased to announce the release of the Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset, a radar extension to the Oxford RobotCar Dataset. This dataset provides Millimetre-Wave radar data, dual velodyne lidars, and optimised ground truth odometry for 280 km of driving around Oxford, UK (in addition to all sensors in the original Oxford RobotCar Dataset). We [...]

The Oxford Radar RobotCar Dataset2019-12-06T11:06:15+00:00

Meet the Robotcar team

The Robotcar flagship team is led by Will Maddern and consists of postdoctoral researchers, D.Phil students, support engineers and industrial partners.

Meet the Robotcar team2016-10-22T19:51:01+01:00

How RobotCar works

Our approach We use the mathematics of probability and estimation to allow computers in robots to interpret data from sensors like cameras, radars and lasers, aerial photos and on-the-fly internet queries. We use machine learning techniques to build and calibrate mathematical models which can explain the robot's view of the world in terms of [...]

How RobotCar works2017-03-21T12:02:41+00:00

Overview RobotCar is a modified Nissan LEAF. Lasers and cameras are subtly mounted around the vehicle and taking up some of the boot space is a computer which performs all the calculations necessary to plan, control speed and avoid obstacles. Externally it’s hard to tell this car apart from any other [...]