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, cellular, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth®, and mesh networking, ensures 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 Showcases Smart Mining Capabilities at SME 2019Join us at SME in Denver, CO February 24 – 27, 2019. This year’s topic is Smart Mining – which exactly describes the solutions we offer! Stop by our booth, 323, and learn how real-time, wireless, production and maintenance analytics can save your mine serious money - and saving money is smart! Make sure to also check out our wireless, affordable, communication and tracking and gas monitoring equipment on display. One system. No wires. Tons of Data. Read More
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 Presents 'Underground Communication Innovations' at North American Tunnel ConferenceJoin us June 25, 2018 for the afternoon session as IWT Applications Engineer Jason Jarrett presents "Underground Communication Innovation" at the 2018 North American Tunneling Conference in Washington D.C. Tunnels are rugged environments with large moving equipment, explosives and hazards including water, dust and gas. To date, there are few underground communication and tracking systems available for tunnel projects that support OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) compliance. After the 2006 Sago Mine disaster, research and development was performed to improve communication systems for the underground environment. Today, over 250 US mines utilize these new technologies to improve productivity, reduce costs and enhance safety. This paper explores these new technologies and provides guidance for planners through the process of selecting a tunnel communication solution. It reviews the key requirements and constraints for consideration and provides an overview of various communication and networking technologies and discusses their strengths and weaknesses. Be sure to stop by our booth, 643, anytime during the show. Read More