TopicsTravel and Transport (2) Education, Skills and Employment (1) Health and Wellbeing (1) Leisure and Tourism (1)
PublishersData Flock (1) Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (1) Environment Agency (1) University of Leeds (1)
DevelopersSource Datasets (4)
- Updated 3 years agoData FlockWe have been tracking planes using transponders with Mode S (mostly commercial aircraft) over the North of England using a Raspberry Pi. Each CSV file shows a single day and is approximately 160,000 rows of data. Recorded data altitude(feet), latitude, longitude, date, time, angle, distance, squawk, ground_speed, track, callsign For example:4065A8,12100,53.37484,-1.67388,2017/02/11,00:00:00.287,170.63,25.32,5466,288,179,EXS014W ...
- Created 4 years agoUniversity of LeedsA third generation Toyota Prius has been tracked over 480 miles of city centre driving in Leeds, UK. The vehicle was equipped with GPS tracking (Racelogic VBOX Lite) and CAN (HEM mini logger) data loggers recording around 40 internal and external vehicle parameters, including vehicle fuel consumption and energy flows through the electrical system.
- Updated 4 years agoEnvironment AgencyMaking environmental information available is key to informing decisions, influencing actions and delivering sustained environmental improvements. The datasets have been made freely available by Defra and its agencies for your use. You can either download them as digital GIS data onto your desktop, or you can access them as an Open Geospatial Consortium (OGC) Web Map Service (WMS) or Web Feature Service (WFS). Additional information ...
- Created 4 years agoDepartment for Environment Food and Rural AffairsA link to data from over 1500 sites across the UK that monitor air quality. They are organised into networks that gather a particular kind of information, using a particular method. There are two major types of network Automatic non-automatic networks For each monitoring site you can select a range of statistics which are relevant to the particular monitoring method. Basic statistics are annual mean, maximum and minimum values...