Integrated, Scalable & Reliable Mining Solutions

Our wireless systems provide integrated mine solutions designed to improve safety, efficiency and productivity.

All IWT mining solutions are built rugged to withstand the harshest environmental conditions, creating a system you can count on. As integrated components, our systems offer customizable options to provide you with the features you need now and the ability to grow your system in the future.

Can you afford to be without IWT?

An IWT system offers the lowest Total Cost of Ownership when compared to legacy and competitor systems:

  • IWT’s powerful nodes set us apart from other wireless providers by enabling longer spacing between them, resulting in less infrastructure to purchase and maintain
  • Our equipment is built to the highest quality standards, reducing repair and scrap costs
  • Easy to re-deploy from legacy/idle mines to new or more efficient mines
  • Products are 100% recoverable and reusable
  • Low and easy maintenance reduces on-going equipment and labor expenses – up to 50% less than legacy wired systems
  • IWT provided tools make network health checks and problem solving quick and easy

All Wireless Working Section Increases Productivity

IWT customers who have implemented an all wireless infrastructure in their working section have seen a decrease in downtime during section moves. Rapid mobility, combined with reliability and re-usability make the IWT All Wireless Working Section a must for mines who want increased productivity and safety. IWT’s integrated network allows mine operators to choose features to support today’s needs and add features as required:  voice communications, text, tracking, gas monitoring, operational data, analytics and more.

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Why Choose IWT

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Latest Mining News & Events

  • IWT Improves Miner Safety with Diesel Emission Monitoring

    LYNCHBURG, VA, September 7, 2022 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. (IWT) announced today the release of a diesel emission configuration for the SENTINEL™ Wireless Gas Monitor (WGM).  The MSHA-approved sensor monitors oxides of nitrogen (NOx) to ensure miners are not exposed to hazardous levels from exhaust emissions of diesel powered equipment. “IWT continues to innovate by adding diesel emissions monitoring to our product portfolio, providing operators the ability to improve miner safety and regulatory compliance in their operations,” said IWT’s Director of Marketing, Jeremiah Colling. Read More

    Going to Elko? Visit us in the Elko Mining Mall, booth 230, to see the latest in underground wireless communication, tracking and data transfer technology.  Be sure to ask about our wireless tailings management platform, and learn how mines have used IWT networks to increase efficiency and productivity in their underground operations. 

    Join us in Salt Lake City, Utah February 27 - March 2, 2022 at the Salt Palace Convention Center for SME's annual conference and expo.  IWT will be exhibiting (booth 1931) with our top experts on hand to answer all your questions in wireless, underground networks.  Be sure to visit our in-booth IWT Virtual Mine kiosk for a fun, interactive way to experience wireless mining solutions in coal, hard rock and tailings environments.

    Join us in Denver, Colorado February 26 - March 1, 2023 at the Colorado Convention Center for SME's annual conference and expo.  IWT will be exhibiting (booth 1526 and booth 2032) to answer all your questions in wireless, underground communication, tracking and data networks.  Be sure to join IWT's Matthew Fisher for the February 28 technical session "Robust Environmental Monitoring & Control at Remote Sites".
  • NIOSH Awards IWT R&D Funding for Mine Safety Data Analytics Development

    LYNCHBURG, VA, September 10, 2021 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. (IWT) announced today that it has been awarded a funding opportunity through the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) as part of a solicitation for the Development and Demonstration of Mine Safety and Health Technology.  IWT responded to ‘Focus Area 4’ of the solicitation: Big Data Analytics and Machine Learning Techniques. The solicitation states that the mining industry needs a more proactive approach to risk management that focuses on using health and safety leading indicator data to help identify, predict, and control risks. The objective of this research is to identify and/or improve quantification of safety and health risks through the use of big data analytics and machine learning techniques on large datasets.    Read More
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Best communications apparatus we have seen, it exceeded our expectations.
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