Cloud Cycle is optimising the concrete supply chain to help companies be more sustainable and profitable through the digitisation of concrete.
Concrete leaves batching plant
Cloud Cycle sensors enable AI to monitor concrete quality during delivery
Concrete arrives at site, with quality information available reducing on site testing and enabling full control from batch to site
Cloud Cycle gives you greater visibility of your concrete’s quality
Deliver concrete that precisely matches your customers’ specifications
On time, on spec, every time
Every batch controlled means lower insurance
Our APIs seamlessly integrate into your existing systems
Fewer rejected loads means less downtime;
Operational insights drive efficiency
Less disposal, more efficiency, better margin waste and lower cost
Boost revenue and reduce cost
Control and reduce your waste and carbon footprint
The Cloud Cycle Solution enables ready-mix concrete suppliers to digitally test every load of concrete.
The Cube is Cloud Cycle’s software platform. Once connected you can visualise all of the data generated by the Cloud Box and other fleet assets. Whether you access the Cube through our intuitive User Interface or integrate with your own system you will have access to live information as well as reports allowing you to track, monitor and measure your digitised concrete.
Concrete production is responsible for 8% of global CO₂ emissions. It is Cloud Cycle's mission to save 1% of the global CO₂ through waste reduction, improvement in operations and logistics mainly caused by increased technologisation, under-use of data and analytics platforms.
Over ten gigatonnes of concrete is produced every year across the world. This is the second largest resource used after water.
Concrete generates more than 4 gigatonnes of CO₂ each year making the ready-mix concrete industry one of the biggest carbon emitters.
Cloud Cycle's mission is to reduce global carbon emissions by 1% - that's 0.5 gigatonnes per annum.
Cloud Cycle has been created by a team of dedicated scientists, engineers and construction experts in order to tackle some big concrete industry challenges. If you want to know more, get in touch.