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  • Small, self-powered sensors continuously collect and store data for two years, under warranty.
  • One sensor used for both temperature and maturity.
  • Sensors do not require initialization in the field.
  • Customize sensor lengths and time interval settings.
COMMAND Center Sensors
COMMAND Center Sensors
  • Use multiple equations to easily and automatically create maturity curves.
  • Choose between Nurse-Saul and Arrhenius maturity functions.
  • View and analyze multiple sensors at once.
  • Compare data accurately across all sensors with data logged at common, uninterrupted intervals.
  • Share data immediately from the field.
  • Create professional PDF reports.
  • Use Windows or iOS devices.
COMMAND Center Software
COMMAND Center Software
  • Meet temperature specifications for mass concrete placements.
  • Monitor internal concrete temperatures for cold and hot weather placements.
  • View and analyze temperature differentials between sensors.
  • Switch between Celsius and Fahrenheit.
  • View and analyze peak temperature data for individual sensors or multiple sensors at once.
Temperature Monitoring
Analyzing internal concrete temperatures in the COMMAND Center for iOS app
  • Monitor in-place concrete strength in real time.
  • Compress the schedule, reducing contractor hours and costs.
  • Improve quality control and mix designs.
  • Meet ASTM and AASHTO standards.
  • Select SI, US, or a mix of units.
  • View data in the field to know if you’ve meet strength requirements.
Monitor Strength & Maturity
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COMMAND Center concrete temperature and maturity system is reliable, easy to use, and affordable.

Use an AutoCollector to automatically collect data and access it in real-time from anywhere.

Transmit data wirelessly on site via Bluetooth® to your iOS device.

For small projects, collect data with your PC.

Concrete Temperature and Maturity System

COMMAND Center has saved clients millions of dollars and countless hours of construction time by tracking the maturity and internal temperature of fresh in-place concrete. Construction teams use COMMAND Center to expedite project schedules, reduce budgets, and satisfy project requirements for temperature or maturity monitoring.

COMMAND Center helps you build faster, build better, and save money.

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Get started with COMMAND Center today! Contact us to discuss your upcoming concrete construction project.

Why do our clients prefer COMMAND Center?

“There are numerous other systems out there, but none will give you the reliability and customer support that COMMAND Center does.”

Edward Kraemer & Sons

Stefan Hennig

Regional Quality Manager at Kraemer North America

“I liked having the data sent right to my phone and having the data stored all in one place. The COMMAND Center SRM and app made monitoring really easy and really convenient.”

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Troy Clinger

General Superintendent for Kent Companies

“COMMAND Center shaves at least 30 minutes off every beam break, so we’re saving about 4.5 hours each day. Sitting out there in traffic is dangerous, so saving that time also means less exposure to hazards and fewer risks on the freeway.”

O. Trevino Construction

Scott Riegler

Project Engineer for O. Trevino Construction

“COMMAND Center’s maturity meters remove doubt as far as what the concrete is doing because field cured cylinders are touchy and completely dependent on humans doing everything right.”

Ninyo and Moore

Phillip Allen

Project Manager for Ninyo & Moore Geotechnical and Environmental Sciences Consultants

“COMMAND Center is extremely user-friendly and flexible and we have yet to fully utilize all of its features. It’s easy to train field techs to use and its size is most convenient and extremely portable.”

Deane Ramsdell

Senior Project Manager for Materials Testing & Consulting, Inc.

“I’ve been using COMMAND Center for cold-weather temperature monitoring during curing. It’s reliable, easy to use, and our clients really like the reports that the software can generate.”

SPS New England

George Andes

Assistant Project Manager for SPS New England, Inc.

“We saved one day per floor. With 16 floors, we saved 16 days of schedule.”


Michael Jackson

Assistant Project Manager for Rogers-O'Brien

“COMMAND Center was an invaluable tool and will be utilized in the future to ensure repeat successes.”

The Beck Group

John Boehm

Senior Project Engineer for The Beck Group

“COMMAND Center is affordable, easy to use, and saved us significant time and money on the Palisades West office building, the W Hotel Austin, and Circuit of the Americas Formula 1 race track and event center.”

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Franco Reynosa

Senior Estimator for Austin Commercial Construction

“The high level of customer service we have received is unlike anything I have ever experienced before.”

Edward Kraemer & Sons

Stefan Hennig

Project Engineer at Edward Kraemer & Sons

“If you can use a phone, you can use COMMAND Center.”


Michael Jackson

Assistant Project Manager for Rogers-O’Brien

“As a construction team, we were proud of this schedule, and our subcontractors responded very positively to the consistency the maturity sensors helped create.”

The Beck Group

John Boehm

Senior Project Engineer for The Beck Group

See how COMMAND Center can help save you millions of dollars and months of construction time.

Customer Success Stories

Kent Companies used COMMAND Center to document concrete temperatures to meet project specifications when building a 16-story high rise in Grand Rapids, Michigan.

O. Trevino Construction used COMMAND Center on full-depth pavement repair projects, saving significant time on their construction schedules and improving safety.

Testing firm Ninyo & Moore used COMMAND Center to quickly and reliably determine when concrete achieved necessary strength to stress post-tension cables on each pour.

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