How CMOTS Works

  • Wireless temperature sensor (transmitter) installed at desired location in fresh concrete
  • A relay device (receiver) placed within 300m of the installed sensor wirelessly collects temperature data from the sensor and uploads on our web cloud platform
  • Our web platform transforms this temperature data into compressive strength using strength-maturity relationship developed for the concrete mix utilized
  • Temperature or compressive strength data can be accessed by clients on desktops and mobile devices

Why Monitor Concrete

  • Temperature data is needed to check compliance with temperature differential requirements of mass concrete elements
  • Concrete temperature data is also required to check compliance with curing requirements
  • In-situ compressive strength of concrete is required for the following reasons:
    • To strip forms, shoring and re-shoring
    • To open concrete pavement to traffic
    • To terminate curing as soon as concrete achieves required strength


  • Whole system is wireless so no danger of data loss due to cable damage during construction activities
  • Temperature and compressive strength data can be accessed from anywhere without anyone visiting the site
  • Vert cost effective compared to existing semi-wireless monitoring systems

Where to Use CMOTS

  • Walls - to expedite form-stripping
  • Suspended slabs - Remove shoring and re-shoring as soon as required concrete strength is achieved
  • Pavements - to open pavement to traffic immediately after concrete achieves required strength
  • Mass concrete - to monitor temperature differentials between core, surface, and ambient
  • Slab-on-grade, footing, beams etc. - to check compliance with curing requirements

Chart displays the development of the Calibration Curve



Install Sensor in Concrete and Relay Data on Web Cloud Platform


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