• 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.


    Happening June 19-22 in Philadelphia, PA, the North American Tunneling Conference (NAT) brings together the brightest, most resourceful and innovative minds in the tunneling industry, so of course we are going to be there! Look for us at booth 614 to learn how an IWT network can be a game-changer for your tunnel project. From construction to short inspections, we have a solution right for you because being underground shouldn't mean being out of touch.  Be sure to register in advance for the conference


    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.   

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  • IWT at MINExpo International® 2021

    We hope you will join us in Las Vegas, September 13-15, for the largest mining show in the U.S.  Our booth (#25220) in the South Hall is bigger and better than ever before, and our top experts will be on hand to answer all your questions.  Be sure to visit our in-booth kiosk featuring the IWT Virtual Mine.  This virtual experience showcases wireless mining solutions for coal, hard-rock, tailings monitoring and mine rescue in a fun and interactive manner.   One network of endless possibilities.

    Always Thinking. Always Solving.  Always Innovative. 

  • Join IWT in Vegas for RETC 2021, June 13-16

    Tired of Zoom?  We are too!  Reconnect with us at Caesars Palace and learn about our innovative underground communication, tracking and data solutions designed specifically for the tunnel industry.  Be sure to REGISTER for the event, and we’ll see you in Vegas.


  • IWT Participating in the 2021 Elko Mining Expo, June 7 - 11

    We are excited to see our mining friends face-to-face again!  We’ve been busy with new and exciting mining innovations to improve safety and productivity.  Visit us at booth 264 in the Mining Mall to learn more. Make sure to REGISTER, as the expo is not open to the public this year. Attendees must follow Nevada COVID-19 mandates.

  • Visit IWT's Virtual Booth at SME 2021

    Join IWT March 1 - 5, 2021 at the virtual SME annual conference and expo.  Visit our virtual booth by connecting with us in the exhibitor section or use the direct link to the booth.  Take a tour of our Virtual Mine showcasing our game-changing mining solutions. While there, be sure to download a brochure for a chance to win an Amazon gift card.  We may be virtual, but our sales team is still available through the booth's chat feature.  We look forward to seeing you online!

  • Join IWT in Houston for OilComm 2020, October 14-15

    IWT will attend OilComm 2020 in Houston,Texas to exhibit the latest in remote sensor monitoring, perimeter security, communications and much more.  To register for OilComm, visit oilcomm.com.  We look forward to seeing you in Houston. 


    LYNCHBURG, VA, June 22, 2020 - Innovative Wireless Technologies, Inc. received notification that the SENTINEL™ Uniti System is now approved by MSHA for use within gassy areas of underground mines.  Previously released for non-intrinsically safe environments in 2019, the SENTINEL Uniti Node is a multi-functional device that combines IWT’s High Data Rate (HDR) technology, Wi-Fi access point, voice communication, text, and tracking in one robust package for a reliable, wireless network.

     “The ability to now offer the SENTINEL Uniti System to areas within the mine that requires intrinsic safety approval is huge,” said IWT CEO Eric Hansen. “The ability to get data directly from equipment in the working section without the need for fiber or other cabling to first be advanced will vastly improve efficiency. This allows working sections to be all wireless, speeding up operations and move times.”

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