Remote Environmental Monitoring Made Easy
Envōk™ Sensor Monitoring Network--Remote environmental monitoring made easy.
What would you say to a remote sensor monitoring system that can be deployed across miles and miles of terrain? A system that wirelessly transmits data in real-time to a user-friendly web application for you to view and retrieve for modeling anytime, anywhere? A system that uses your preferred sensors and enables you to remotely monitor them for weeks, months, years? A system that can monitor virtually any type of data you need to see, and allows you to be the environmental specialist and not a network specialist?
That system is Envōk -- a reliable, wireless network of unlimited sensor nodes that enables you to monitor the environment in-situ, in real-time, without the time or hassle of manually retrieving information at the sensor site. With Envōk, visits to remote sites are virtually eliminated, freeing up time to analyze data instead of retrieving it. Efficiency is up, and with only one cellular account needed per 1,000 Sensor Nodes, costs are down. Rugged enough to be deployed in the harshest of environments, the Envōk system is durable and reusable for wherever your next project takes you.
Developed by IWT for the Department of Energy, IWT is pleased to offer Envōk commercially for environmental specialists of all types, as either a complete turnkey solution or a customer-installed system.
Envok™ - How it Works
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Why Choose IWT?
- Real-time, in-situ data monitoring
- Unlimited sensor scalability
- Easy-to-use user interface
- Data analysis & visualization
- Multi-sensors, multi-vendors
- Low total cost of ownership
- Technical support
Latest Environment News & Events
Virginia Tech Tests and Evaluates IWT's Envok SystemVirginia Tech's Department of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation tested and evaluated IWT's integrated environmental quality sensing system, Envōk. Read More
IWT Wins Big Data Analytics SBIRLYNCHBURG, VA, April 27, 2018 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has secured a Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) award through the U.S. Department of Energy to develop big data analytics enhancements to the Integrated Environmental Quality Sensing (IEQS) system. The previously awarded IEQS system utilizes IWT’s patented three-tier mesh architecture to create a highly-scalable IoT sensor mesh network and big data processing system for large scale environmental monitoring applications. “We are proud of the continued role IWT has in developing this important environmental monitoring technology,” said IWT CEO Eric Hansen. “This contract represents a continuance of IWT’s history for providing innovative ways to connect, transmit and analyze data from challenging environments.” IWT is partnering with Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to develop a graph-based NoSQL database, visualization tools and interface to DOE integrated workflow management platforms to support a seamless and robust cyberinfrastructure that fully enables complex data management, cross-domain modeling, data analysis, and collaborative research. The Big Data Enhancement (BE) IEQS system will allow researchers to decipher complex spatial/temporal coupled interactions between water, soil, biota, and biogeochemistry to reveal dependencies and associations of man-made and natural influences and will promote new methods to predict effects of various subsurface… Read More
IWT Awarded DOE Environmental Sensor System ContractLYNCHBURG, VA, September 14, 2017 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. announced today that it has been awarded a Phase 2 Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) contract through the U.S. Department of Energy for environmental monitoring sensors. This award is a follow-on to a DOE SBIR Phase 1 contract in which IWT partnered with Virginia Tech to successfully demonstrate the feasibility of its Integrated Environmental Quality Sensing (IEQS) system which utilizes IWT’s patented three-tier mesh architecture to create a highly-scalable IoT sensor mesh network and big data processing system for large scale environmental monitoring applications. “We are delighted that this Phase 2 award from DOE builds upon IWT’s low-power mesh wireless and sensor fusion technologies,” said Todd Irby, IWT’s chief operating officer. “IWT is leading the way in connecting, controlling, and analyzing data from devices for informed decisions and improved efficiencies in challenging environments.” For the Phase 2 portion of this contract, IWT is partnering with the Virginia Tech and the DOE Pacific Northwest National Laboratory to further the development, production and commercialization of the system. This program will drive growth across IWT’s offices in NV, IN, WV and at its headquarters in Lynchburg, VA. “DOE SBIR grants are extremely competitive to win… Read More