Indoor Temperature and Relative Humidity dataset

Published: 24 May 2022| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/dxyvxk6h96.2
, Luis Castano-Londono,


The dataset in this article contains the information about the indoor temperature and relative humidity, acquired during a month with twelve sensors for Xiaomi Mijia at the laboratory of Control Systems and Robotics of the Instituto Tecnológico Metropolitano, Medellín – Colombia. The data were collected from October 1 to November 30, 2019, under uncontrolled operating conditions. The dataset consists of a total of 2,100,495 values distributed in the timestamp, temperature, and relative humidity, contained in a mat file. The first column corresponds to the timestamp, the next twelve columns correspond to the relative humidity measurements and the last twelve columns correspond to the temperature measurements. In addition, the data are presented in text format separately in twelve files that contain on each line the values of the timestamp, relative humidity, and temperature separated by commas. Each file contains an average of approximately 58,300 values of each variable.



Instituto Tecnologico Metropolitano


Indoor Environment, Temperature, Air Conditioning, Building Thermal Comfort, Humidity