You embed the sensor into your slab of concrete. The sensor then collects temperature data in real-time.
The node, which is connected to the sensor, transmits the collected data from the sensor to the Repeater or the Hub.
The repeater acts as an intermediate station that catches the signal from the node and boosts it to the Hub, when the Hub is out of range.
The Hub sends all the data collected on-site to our servers for further processing.
Converge calculates the concrete’s compressive strength using the Maturity Method.
The Converge platform receives all the data about your concrete which you can access on your PC or mobile. You can also use the dashboard to access historic data, export PDFs and CSVs, and set up alerts to notify you the moment your concrete has reached strength.
Converge builds the next generation of wireless and cloud-based technologies to monitor your sensors in real-time.
Get real-time alerts straight to your phone the moment your slab is ready to strike. The time you save waiting for cube results keeps your concrete cycles consistent and your costs low.
By measuring the temperature of the in-situ concrete, we provide highly accurate data which means reduced cracking, failure, and deflections.
Use our easy-to-use platform to access historical data and export relevant information. Our reports make it easy to plan ahead and make the right decisions.
With us, there’s no need for early strike test cubes, and no need to wait on labs for progress reports. We give you wireless accessibility from anywhere, and real-time data is always at your fingertips.
Our solutions help you reduce the carbon impact of your concrete. We make it easy to optimize your mix design and get access to historic performance data to inform future decisions.
Converge works with all pours, frames, and buildings sites. That includes slab, core, wall; regular RC frames and PT frames; residential buildings and tunnels.
The Maturity method is a non-destructive testing method that calculates the compressive strength of concrete based on its temperature. To learn more, request our white paper.