LFuji-air dataset: Annotated 3D LiDAR point clouds of Fuji apple trees for fruit detection scanned under different forced air flow conditions

Jordi Gené-Mola*, Eduard Gregorio, Fernando Auat Cheein, Javier Guevara, Jordi Llorens, Ricardo Sanz-Cortiella, Alexandre Escolà, Joan R. Rosell-Polo

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Abstract

This article presents the LFuji-air dataset, which contains LiDAR based point clouds of 11 Fuji apples trees and the corresponding apples location ground truth. A mobile terrestrial laser scanner (MTLS) comprised of a LiDAR sensor and a real-time kinematics global navigation satellite system was used to acquire the data. The MTLS was mounted on an air-assisted sprayer used to generate different air flow conditions. A total of 8 scans per tree were performed, including scans from different LiDAR sensor positions (multi-view approach) and under different air flow conditions. These variability of the scanning conditions allows to use the LFuji-air dataset not only for training and testing new fruit detection algorithms, but also to study the usefulness of the multi-view approach and the application of forced air flow to reduce the number of fruit occlusions. The data provided in this article is related to the research article entitled “Fruit detection, yield prediction and canopy geometric characterization using LiDAR with forced air flow” [1].

Original languageEnglish
Article number105248
JournalData in Brief
Volume29
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020

Keywords

  • Forced air flow
  • Fruit detection
  • Fruit location
  • Fruit reflectance
  • LiDAR
  • MTLS
  • Yield prediction

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • General

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