An open GPS trajectory dataset and benchmark for travel mode detection

17 Sep 2021  ·  Jinyu Chen, Haoran Zhang, Xuan Song, Ryosuke Shibasaki ·

Travel mode detection has been a hot topic in the field of GPS trajectory-related processing. Former scholars have developed many mathematical methods to improve the accuracy of detection. Among these studies, almost all of the methods require ground truth dataset for training. A large amount of the studies choose to collect the GPS trajectory dataset for training by their customized ways. Currently, there is no open GPS dataset marked with travel mode. If there exists one, it will not only save a lot of efforts in model developing, but also help compare the performance of models. In this study, we propose and open GPS trajectory dataset marked with travel mode and benchmark for the travel mode detection. The dataset is collected by 7 independent volunteers in Japan and covers the time period of a complete month. The travel mode ranges from walking to railway. A part of routines are traveled repeatedly in different time slots to experience different road and travel conditions. We also provide a case study to distinguish the walking and bike trips in a massive GPS trajectory dataset.

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