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TIMo - A Dataset for Indoor Building Monitoring with a Time-of-Flight Camera

  title={TIMo - A Dataset for Indoor Building Monitoring with a Time-of-Flight Camera},
  author={Pascal Schneider and Yuriy Anisimov and Raisul Islam and Bruno Mirbach and Jason R. Rambach and Frederic Grandidier and Didier Stricker},
We present TIMo (Time-of-flight Indoor Monitoring), a dataset for video-based monitoring of indoor spaces captured using a time-of-flight (ToF) camera. The resulting depth videos feature people performing a set of different predefined actions, for which we provide detailed annotations. Person detection for people counting and anomaly detection are the two targeted applications. Most existing surveillance video datasets provide either grayscale or RGB videos. Depth information, on the other hand… Expand

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