V2V4Real: A Real-World Large-Scale Dataset for Vehicle-to-Vehicle Cooperative Perception
Runsheng Xu · Xin Xia · JINLONG LI · Hanzhao Li · Shuo Zhang · Zhengzhong Tu · Zonglin Meng · Hao Xiang · Xiaoyu Dong · Rui Song · Hongkai Yu · Bolei Zhou · Jiaqi Ma
West Building Exhibit Halls ABC 130
Modern perception systems of autonomous vehicles are known to be sensitive to occlusions and lack the capability of long perceiving range. It has been one of the key bottlenecks that prevents Level 5 autonomy. Recent research has demonstrated that the Vehicle-to-Vehicle (V2V) cooperative perception system has great potential to revolutionize the autonomous driving industry. However, the lack of a real-world dataset hinders the progress of this field. To facilitate the development of cooperative perception, we present V2V4Real, the first large-scale real-world multi-modal dataset for V2V perception. The data is collected by two vehicles equipped with multi-modal sensors driving together through diverse scenarios. Our V2V4Real dataset covers a driving area of 410 km, comprising 20K LiDAR frames, 40K RGB frames, 240K annotated 3D bounding boxes for 5 classes, and HDMaps that cover all the driving routes. V2V4Real introduces three perception tasks, including cooperative 3D object detection, cooperative 3D object tracking, and Sim2Real domain adaptation for cooperative perception. We provide comprehensive benchmarks of recent cooperative perception algorithms on three tasks. The V2V4Real dataset can be found at research.seas.ucla.edu/mobility-lab/v2v4real/.