Indoor Air Quality Monitoring @ Brindisi Airport

Published: 22 November 2023| Version 3 | DOI: 10.17632/bv2hvm4pmz.3


The experimental dataset here represented is composed by 3 CSV files (ranging from 7M records to 11M records), each corresponding to air quality records -- related to the presence of gases (as a unified value concentration); the concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2), together with air temperature and humidity; and the concentration of particulate matter (PM) in the monitored environment (PM0.5, PM1, PM2.5, PM4, PM10) -- sampled (every 2 sec) over a 1-year period (October 2022-October 2023) in an indoor travelers’ transit area in the Brindisi airport, Italy, in the aim of the European project InSecTT (, In particular, each CSV file has been generated by a prototypical Internet of Things (IoT) sensing node, designed at the IoTLab ( of the University of Parma, Italy, exploiting a Raspberry Pi 4 (as processing unit) and three low-cost commercial sensors (namely: Adafruit MiCS5524, Sensirion SCD30, Sensirion SPS30). Then, as a time reference, each record contains the Unix-like data collection timestamp and the identity of the IoT node sampling the air parameters (for safety purposes, the association with a generic color name in the CSV file name has been a consequence of an anonymization naming process for the IoT nodes, in order to hide their precise positions inside the airside transit area).



Universita degli Studi di Parma


Air Quality, Sensor, Devices, Gas, Carbon Dioxide, Indoor Air Pollution, Airport, Humidity Detection, Air Temperature, Fine Particulate Matter


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