Wirelessly Making the Impossible, Possible
What We Do
At Innovative Wireless Technologies, we are problem solvers. We don’t outsource engineering to develop a solution, we are the engineering group. Our forward-thinking, out-of-the-box approach to problem-solving makes us the go-to resource for clients across a multitude of markets. Our experienced team’s extensive knowledge in wireless technologies, such as VHF/UHF/P25, LTE 5G, cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, and self-healing networks, ensure that we use the most appropriate technology to develop cost-effective, optimized solutions to meet each individual application.
If you can dream it, we can make it happen – wirelessly.
Crystal-clear, digital voice and/or text communications
People, vehicles, ultralights – security systems for physical intrusions
In-building, underground – in all types of challenging environments
Sensors & Control
Of gases, fluids, equipment – you name it
Next door, across the country or around the world
Always thinking. Always solving. Always innovative.
IWT HONORED WITH INNOVATION AWARD
LYNCHBURG, VA, March 4, 2020 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. received the Robert E. Murray Innovation Award at a ceremony held during the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration (SME’s) annual conference. The award was bestowed on IWT by the Robert E. Murray Award Committee and the SME Board of Directors for technological advancements in mine communication and tracking.Read More
IWT at MineXchange 2020 SME’s Annual Conference
Join us in Phoenix, Arizona for an action packed week at SME’s annual conference and expo, February 23 through 26.
IWT will have the latest in mine digitalization on display in booth 830. We are also honored to receive the Robert E. Murray Innovation Award during the conference. Be sure to catch CEO Eric Hansen’s presentation following the keynote panel as he talks about the technology behind this award.
Join IWT Program Manager Jeremiah Colling for his discussion on Digital Exhaust of Mines for Productivity Gains at 2:45 p.m. Monday, February 24.
Wireless Environmental Sensing Network Put to the Test
For scientists working in the field, monitoring for data isn’t enough—you have to get that data back. This is of course true, no matter how sophisticated a real-time monitoring solution is -- Read how Envok stood up to the challenge in the Environmental Monitor's news article.