Say Hello to Helix

January 22, 2024

We're proud to announce the latest addition to our concrete sensor suite: Converge Helix®.

So your concrete monitoring solutions shouldn't be one-size-fits-all either. So we made a sibling for Converge Signal.

Enter Converge Helix®:

the concrete sensor system that's reusable, practical and long-range.



A brain that’s above ground


The Helix Node is installed above ground to transmit real-time thermal data to a Helix Hub up to 1.5 miles away.

One Hub is all you need

Thanks to LoRa technology, a single Helix Hub can send data from Nodes across your entire site (1.5 mile radius) straight to the Cloud. Let your Hub do the hard work. Install it once and forget about it.

Multiple data points




Attach Multi-Probe Thermal Tails to a single Node for holistic temperature data from different depths of your pour.


Plug-in, Unplug and Plug-in again

Once the monitoring of one pour is complete, simply unplug the Node from the tails and plug-in to fresh tails at your next pour location. Install. Pour. Monitor. Repeat.

Data at your fingertips


Automatically collect real-time data from the Helix Node via the Hub and view in ConcreteDNA®, any time, any place, for real-time curing data, so that you can optimise your pouring programme.

Whatever the job, whatever the site, strike concrete fast, reduce labour hours and maximise build efficiency with Converge Helix®.

Get to know Helix better. Contact Sales or Book a Demo.




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