Hilti begins maturity monitoring sensor rollout in major markets

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Sources: Hilti North America, Plano, Texas; CP staff Six months after acquiring the assets of Concrete Sensors in Cambridge, Mass., Hilti has built out the start up’s maturity monitoring device and quality control technology. An Internet of Things hardware, training and support services offering, Hilti Concrete Sensors will help practitioners track slab or structure internal temperatures and strength development—potentially enabling…

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Concrete Sensors wires IoT-minded Hilti into maturity monitoring

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Power tool giant Hilti USA has acquired the assets of Cambridge, Mass.-based Concrete Sensors, a developer of devices and companion software expediting curing status measurement. The deal extends Hilti’s Internet of Things (IoT) portfolio into new applications and strengthens its leadership as a construction productivity solutions source.

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Concrete Sensors wires IoT-minded Hilti into maturity monitoring

Sources: Hilti USA, Plano, Texas; CP staff

Power tool giant Hilti has acquired the assets of Boston-based Concrete Sensors, a developer of devices and companion software expediting curing status measurement. The deal extends Hilti’s Internet of Things portfolio into new and important applications, and strengthens its leadership as a construction productivity solutions source.

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Cemex investment unit logs Concrete Sensors’ positive signal

Cemex Ventures’ first “smart concrete technology” investment is a developer of wireless sensors conveying accurate, project schedule-accelerating data. The sensor and transmitter technology of Cambridge, Mass.-based Concrete Sensors enables contractors and engineers to monitor hardening slabs’ and structures’ temperature, relative humidity and strength.

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Cemex investment unit takes stake in IoT-driven Concrete Sensors

Sources: Cemex S.A.B. de C.V., Monterrey, Mexico; CP staff

Cemex Ventures’ first “smart concrete technology” investment is a developer of wireless sensors conveying accurate, project schedule-accelerating data. The sensor and transmitter technology of Cambridge, Mass.-based Concrete Sensors enables contractors and engineers to monitor hardening slabs’ and structures’ temperature, relative humidity and strength. 

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