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Today we’re excited to announce the launch of our new and improved SmartRock app, which has incorporated all your suggestions into a user-friendly, intuitive interface that still has all the functionality of the previous version and more!

If you haven’t already, update your app here:
Download SmartRock2 App Update - App Store

Update Your SmartRock2 App - Google Play

What’s New in the SmartRock App

All of the changes to the SmartRock app have been made with the goal of enhancing the user experience. Here’s what you can expect in the new version:

Faster Sync

You can access data and share it with your teammates faster than ever before.

Pull to Refresh

Like in your other favorite apps, you can now pull down to refresh the SmartRock app data.
SmartRock2 Updates - Pull to Refresh

Easier Navigation

Increase your efficiency with our new menu icons, which allow you to switch between screens quickly and easily.
Take your construction projects to the next level. Update your SmartRock app to start taking advantage of all the improvements!
SmartRock2 App Update - Easier Navigation

Why Use SmartRock for Concrete Maturity Monitoring

If you’re new to SmartRock, here’s a summary of all the benefits that this revolutionary new way of monitoring concrete maturity offers:

  • Non-destructive testing method that saves time and eliminates costs associated with traditional break testing
  • Wireless technology allows for real-time, continuous monitoring of concrete temperature and strength
  • Data can be accessed from anywhere at any time, and can be easily shared between team members
  • More accurate results
  • Results can be used for condition assessment of concrete at every stage of the building process

Using SmartRock wireless concrete sensors, contractors report that they are able to cut weeks off of their construction schedules. In addition, they are able to reduce costs, optimize construction processes like formwork removal and post-tensioning, and ensure quality and safety at jobsites.

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