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Concremote: Digital Concrete Sensor Technology

Digitalisation in construction leads to a decisive advance: according to studies, up to 57% of the work performed in the construction process still has no added value, caused by mistakes and defects, waiting and search times, poorly coordinated sequences and lack of communication. With digitalisation, it should be possible in the future to exploit this potential, enabled by the use of innovative technologies like Concremote. The sensor solution from Doka delivers
data of the temperature and strength development of concrete in real time and thus improves productivity.

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