Application for clients
Simplify your quality assurance with concrete monitoring
Especially objects that are exposed to great stress and external influences require regular inspections. With intelligent digital solutions from ConcR, you can achieve concrete improvements.
Just-in-time quality assurance
Rely on continuous monitoring of structural condition instead of costly preventive maintenance
Reduce risk through transparency
Keep track of all staffing on site for years, reliably and in bundles
Make informed decisions
Reduce your capital investment by up to 28 per cent by making data-driven decisions
Concr in use
ConcR in use
Built-in concrete monitoring sensors provide automated ongoing structural data directly from the concrete. Using Internet of Things (IoT) technology, the data is automatically transferred to a secure cloud visualisation.
This saves you costly preventive maintenance measurements of bridges, tunnels, roads or piers, for example. Instead, you use long-term monitoring that lasts up to ten years.
With ConcR, you ensure secure automated long-term monitoring that saves you time and money.
The right model for every use
Which ConcR concrete sensor is suitable for my purposes?
✓ You want to know what your contractor does on-site in real time?
✓ You want to have your concrete to be monitored for temperature gradients?
✓ You want to have fully digital post treatment concepts?
Then the ConcR Reusable is the right choice for your needs.
Learn how to achieve better project transparency together with your contractors.
✓ You want to permanently monitor the structural condition of your concrete?
✓ You want to eliminate manual data collection for regular inspections?
✓ You want to pioneer predictive maintenance?
Then the ConcR E-Series is the right solution for you!
Learn more about the comprehensive concrete monitoring with long-term function
Your advantages at a glance:
BIM-integrative long-term monitoring with detailed documentation.
Reduction of concrete rehabilitation measures
Evidence management for the precaution of claims for reclamation