The Transtec Group Launches Powerful Upgrade to Concrete Maturity & Temperature Monitoring System

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COMMAND Center 2.0 Now Available to Help Improve Project Efficiency

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COMMAND Center 2.0 (CC 2.0) includes updated desktop and mobile software, improved readers for data collection, and a more durable, highly visible sensor cable. Construction teams use COMMAND Center to track maturity, strength, and internal temperature of fresh in-place concrete. The new software increases efficiency to meet required specifications for maturity monitoring, thermal control plans, hot and cold weather concreting, precast, and mass placements.

COMMAND Center is a software initially developed in 2003 by pavement engineering firm The Transtec Group for use by the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). In the years since, it has been used on thousands of projects across the world for all types of concrete applications. The system is designed to expedite project schedules, reduce budgets and satisfy project requirements through the use of smart sensors and user-friendly software.

The CC 2.0 software saves time with auto-recognition of previously downloaded sensors and the ability for multiple sensors to be stored in the same project file. CC 2.0’s desktop software includes a maturity-curve-building wizard and batch reporting options, which streamline the data analysis and distribution processes. A new auto-save feature ensures sensor data collection is quick and easy without risk of data loss. The CC 2.0 software update is free for existing customers, and the COMMAND Center team offers free web-based training for simplified on-boarding.

Pocket COMMAND Center readers have been upgraded to Trimble Nomad 1050L devices, which run on a 15-hour continuous-use battery life, are IP68-rated (dust and waterproof), and are built to withstand rough field conditions. All Nomads are pre-loaded with Pocket COMMAND Center 2.0, include Wi-Fi capability allowing the user to email data from the field immediately, and are compatible with existing sensors and cables.

COMMAND Center sensors now have an upgraded cable with a highly visible orange color, and a cable jacket three times more durable to withstand harsher conditions. They carefully measure and store temperature readings internally at fixed intervals depending on your specific needs for monitoring concrete temperature and strength gain.

Existing COMMAND Center users have the option to upgrade the software on legacy devices for free by contacting the COMMAND Center team for self-installation instructions, or can mail the reader in for the firm to update at no additional cost. For more information or to purchase COMMAND Center, visit maturitycentral.com/pricing, email info(at)maturitycentral(dot)com, or call +1 (888) 451 6233.

COMMAND Center is a division of Transtec Group, a pavement engineering firm that delivers exceptional engineering in pavement design, design/build, P3, construction, research, pavement surface testing, pavement software development, and technology implementation. Transtec engineers pavements that reduce cost, accelerate schedules, and protect clients from risk. The firm has completed over 600 projects worth more than $20 billion on five continents and is a minority-owned small business based in Austin, Texas. For more information, please visit http://www.TheTranstecGroup.com

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