In addition to an update in the sensor’s design, activation, installation, and wireless signal range that's doubled from 6 to 12 metres once the sensor is embedded, ‘SmartRock 3’ has been equipped with dual-temperature monitoring capabilities. This enables users to measure temperature values at two locations simultaneously. One temperature probe is located at the tip of the white temperature cable. Another probe is in the body of the sensor where the black transmitter is located. This function allows users to easily monitor temperature differentials between both the concrete’s core and surface for mass pour applications.
ADVANCED FEATURES INCLUDE:
- Durable strap - that secures tightly to the rebar
- Giatec 360˚ - a cloud dashboard system that enables contractors to see their projects in real-time and remotely for informed decision-making.
- Roxi - an artificial intelligence program that provides new insights into concrete curing by using machine learning algorithms. Roxi can uncover human error that may occur when concrete mixes are set up for maturity calibration, offering suggestions to correct calibration data. This includes the ability to analyse concrete mix proportions such as specified strength, slump and air content.
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Authors: Alicia Hearns, Eric Yee
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