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Publication - Professor Ian Craddock

    Residential wearable RSSI and accelerometer measurements with detailed location annotations

    Citation

    Byrne, D, Kozlowski, M, Santos-Rodriguez, R, Piechocki, R & Craddock, I, 2018, ‘Residential wearable RSSI and accelerometer measurements with detailed location annotations’. Scientific Data, vol 5.

    Abstract

    This repository offers smart-home wearable accelerometer and Radio Signal Strength Indicator (RSSI) data acquired: 1) with low-cost hardware; 2) with high-resolution location annotations; 3) from four UK homes. The data are intended to evaluate RSSI-based indoor localisation methods with activity measurements provided from a user-worn wearable device. A wrist worn accelerometer records activity signatures which are relayed to a number of receiving Access Points (AP) placed throughout the building. Upon reception of a packet, each AP measures the RSSI of the received radio signal and timestamps the accelerometer measurements. Location labels are recorded automatically using a small camera which registers fiducial floor tags as the participant carries out their normal routines in a natural way. Approximately 14 hof annotated wearable measurements are provided. A scripted fingerprint measurement is provided along with several unscripted natural living recordings, where the participant carried out a number of daily household activities which are annotated, where possible, throughout. Codes are provided to access the data and to replicate the ground-truthing procedure.

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