A Systematic Study on Object Recognition Using Millimeter-wave Radar
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Due to its light and weather-independent sensing, millimeter-wave (MMW) radar is essential in smart environments. Intelligent vehicle systems and industry-grade MMW radars have integrated such capabilities. Industry-grade MMW radars are expensive and hard to get for community-purpose smart environment applications. However, commercially available MMW radars have hidden underpinning challenges that need to be investigated for tasks like recognizing objects and activities, real-time person tracking, object localization, etc. Image and video data are straightforward to gather, understand, and annotate for such jobs. Image and video data are light and weather-dependent, susceptible to the occlusion effect, and present privacy problems. To eliminate dependence and ensure privacy, commercial MMW radars should be tested. MMW radar's practicality and performance in varied operating settings must be addressed before promoting it. To address the problems, we collected a dataset using Texas Instruments' Automotive mmWave Radar (AWR2944) and reported the best experimental settings for object recognition performance using different deep learning algorithms. Our extensive data gathering technique allows us to systematically explore and identify object identification task problems under cross-ambience conditions. We investigated several solutions and published detailed experimental data.
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