With our quality measurements, you can counter and eliminate risks during the construction project with live data.
Make data-driven decisions based on live data from up to six different metrics. So you can justify your actions to both end customers and employees.
Notifications alert you if a measurement value has exceeded your set limits. You can work proactively and focused where needed; no more analogue rounds to read sensors manually.
Wireless and flexible measurementThe measurements are made via Brinja's wireless device Brinja Node. This provides flexible measurements exactly where you want them. Collection frequency can be varied as needed, standard is every 15 minutes.
Jörgen Nilsson is project manager at PEAB and talks about the challenges of ensuring the quality and dust levels of the house for employees. Dockporten is a project of 98 apartments overlooking the Öresund. Jörgen describes how they previously worked to walk around and measure manually and how Brinja's quality measurements have facilitated and improved the process.
Brinja Node continuously reads current metrics
Brinja Core stores and then passes the information on to the cloud
Users receive real-time alerts and prompts via Brinja App
Measurement data can be easily read and exported with our app
Jörgen Nilsson is a project manager at PEAB and talks about the challenges of ensuring building quality and dust levels for employees. Dockporten is a project of 98 apartments overlooking Öresund. Jörgen describes how they previously worked with going around and measuring manually and how Brinja's quality measurements have facilitated and improved the process.
Measure humidity and added moisture to ensure quality during critical construction operations. Through increased transparency in the construction process, you can ensure the desired result and demonstrate the conditions for the end customer.
Make sure the construction site stays within a safe temperature range. Notifications can be used to prevent cold damage and cracks, or to know when to move on to the next stage of the construction process.
Get notifications about where dust is produced and act proactively to improve and secure the work environment. With this data, activities can be planned to minimize the level of dust.
Demonstrate that you stay within the required sound levels, for the sake of both your employees and your surroundings.
Discover elevated levels of carbon monoxide to protect your employees. Carbon monoxide is called "the silent killer" because it is invisible and odourless.
The motion sensor has three different uses: trigger lighting to reduce unnecessary electricity consumption, detect abnormal activity and potential break-ins, and analyze movement patterns to see where most/least activity occurs.