Lucas Pereira, Vitor Aguiar, F√°bio Vasconcelos
Data 2021, 6(3), 26; doi: 10.3390/data6030026
Publication year: 2021


With the advent of IoT and low-cost sensing technologies, the availability of data has reached levels never imagined before by the research community. However, independently of its size, data is only as valuable as the ability to have access to it. This paper presents the FIKWater dataset, which contains time series data for hot and cold water demand collected from three restaurant kitchens in Portugal for consecutive periods between two and four weeks. The measurements were taken using ultrasonic flow meters, at a sampling frequency of 15Hz. Additionally, some details of the monitored spaces are also provided.