Construction

Optimum concrete quality.

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Health and safety solutions reduce LTIR.

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Structural and subsistence monitoring.

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Vibration and noise monitoring.

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Optimum concrete quality

Optimum concrete quality. Faster, safer, more economical concrete structures.

  1. Eliminate testing delays
    • Touch-free concrete monitoring.
    • Sensor embedded on the rebar.
    • Allows quick decision making.
    • Ensures optimum quality for every batch.
    • Eliminates need for batch testing.
    • Saves time, prevents setbacks, keeps project going.
  1. Monitors pour status
    • Remote, real time monitoring.
    • Confidentially check pour status.
    • Notifications to your smart device
  2. Improve reading accuracy
    • SmartRock maturity method approved by ASTM and ACI.

Remote concrete monitoring for projects of all sizes

  1. Temperature and maturity monitoring
    • Multiple temperature sensors are embedded in the concrete at different positions and heights
    • Complete and accurate picture of precisely how the pour is behaving in all conditions.
  2. Additional sensors such as humidity, moisture can be added, composite readings calculated:
    • Cube crushing data can be combined with temperature for concrete maturity index of each mix
  3. 3 axis tilt sensors
    • Shutter or falsework movement during pour are notified.
    • Fully integrated to give a full picture from one screen.

Health and safety solutions reduce LTIR.

Health and safety solutions keep sites safe and running

  1. Uses state-of-the-art brainwave technology
  2. Tracks fatigue measurements to determine alertness
  3. Eliminates microsleeps for safety on site
  4. Can be worn alone or fitted to safety and standard head wear:
    • Hardhat
    • Cap
    • Beanie

Spot-r ensures all workers are in the right place at the right time

  1. Full visibility of workers’ positions and availability
  2. Spot-r dashboard provides real-time snapshot of site
    • Maps across acres, buildings, floors
  3. Full picture of available resources
    • Toggle by trade or company to see who’s on site
    • Computes if sufficient workers to keep on schedule
  4. Automate daily reporting with worker time and attendance.

Keeping cranes safe and operational

  1. Provides knowledge and notifications for critical crane parameters
    • remaining safe design working period (SWP)
    • motor duty cycle
    • vibration
    • overloads
    • emergency stops
    • temperature
  2. Allows supervisors and operators to take timely action
  3. Saves money and maximises uptime by monitoring and alerting via email, SMS etc remaining service life of components such as
    • Variable frequency drives
    • Programmable logic controllers
    • Hoist, ropes, brakes and motor.

Structural and subsistence monitoring.

Comprehensive, automatic monitoring gives early warning, allows any issues to be fixed quickly and effectively.

  1. Crack sensors
    • In-situ sensors placed at visible cracks or structural connections.
    • Work with remote crack and subsidence sensors.
    • Detect movements as small as 0.1mm.
    • Easily installed, moved and removed.
    • Provide engineers with real time data.
    • Reduce need for frequent site visits.
    • Save time and money in monitoring and early detection to contain any issues.
  2. Tilt sensors
    • Attach to walls and floors of building.
    • Can be used externally and internally.
    • Enable continuous, remote monitoring.
    • Records tilt of walls, beams and deck of a structure.
  1. Deformation, or spatial, monitoring
    • Ideal for large and small structures.
    • Accurate, ongoing measurements determine if structure is changing shape
    • Senses changes from age, load, or inadequate design.
    • Early warning allows early repair, saves time and money.
    • Ensure structural integrity is maintained.
  2. Ongoing internal and external monitoring
      Temperature Noise Flood detection

Geotechnical monitoring

  1. Piezometers
    • Monitor pore water pressure and/or ground water levels.
    • Data combined with other parameters to assess performance of geotechnical soils, rock and foundations.
  2. Inclinometers
    • Vertical & horizontal inclinometers available.
    • Measure movement of retaining walls, foundations, slopes or other earthworks.
    • Provide dynamic, quantitative data on magnitude of inclination or tilt of a foundation, embankment or slope.
    • Track any variations of tilt over time.
  3. Strain gauges
    • Single & multi-channel strain gauges measure stresses in structures and geological formations.
    • Enables monitoring of strain in retaining walls, rock formations and RC concrete structures during and after construction
    • Studies stress distribution in underground cavities and tunnels.

Vibration and noise monitoring keeps communities and stakeholders informed

  1. Vibration Monitoring
    • Measures vibrations to assess limits which may risk damage to surrounding properties
    • Usually damage only occurs at vibration levels considerably greater than human perception threshold.
    • Reassures stakeholders that ongoing monitoring and alerts are in place.
    • Can avoid halts to construction from additional manual checks.
  1. Noise monitoring
    • Remote environmental noise monitoring equipment has now become portable and easily obtainable. However, to monitor environmental noise correctly you require the right equipment for the right application. Frequently installed with a noise monitoring equipment in association with multiple point vibration equipment, especially when piling or similar works are being undertaken near residential or sensitive locations.