Mine Communication Network Troubleshooting, Repair & Installation 

Wireless Vehicle Monitoring & Diagnostic System

Plug & Go – Data in Real-Time

Using IMT’s Wireless Vehicle Monitoring & Diagnostic System- WVMDS allows you

to dramatically reduce the risk of mine vehicle breakdowns and unanticipated

disruptions. IMT’s WVMDS advanced technology platform let’s you integrate engine

diagnostics information and, transferring engine fault codes and other vehicle

performance metrics to the desktop of maintenance personnel in real time.


The Benefits:

-Preventive maintenance becomes part of the organization’s standard operating procedures.


-Potential failures can be diagnosed before they happen.


-Mine breakdowns and associated costs can be significantly reduced.


-Furthermore, many customers have now moved to use-based maintenance scheduling, to further reduce costs while improving the performance of their fleets.

This flexible WVMDS collects vehicle and engine operating data via connection to the vehicle’s Electronic Control Module. Raw data is then processed by the IMT vehicle monitoring software to produce detailed vehicle diagnostics reports.


Our Services

Mechanical & Fusion Splicing
IMT Integrated Mining Technology mobile splicing unit is fully equipped

to assist you with all your splicing needs.

Joining lengths of optical fiber is more complex than joining electrical wire or cable.

The ends of the fibers must be carefully cleaved, and then spliced together either

mechanically or by fusing them together with heat to optimize transmission and

minimize light loss transmission.

Mechanical Splicing:
Mechanical splices are simply alignment devices, designed to hold the two fiber ends in a precisely aligned position thus enabling light to pass from one fiber into the other.

Fusion Splicing:
In fusion splicing a machine is used to precisely align the two fiber ends then the glass ends are “fused” or “welded” together using heat or an electric arc. This produces a continuous connection between the fibers enabling very low loss light transmission.

Mechanical or Fusion Splicing? Which is Better?
Fusion splicing produces lower loss and less back reflection than mechanical splicing because the resulting fusion splice points are almost seamless. Fusion splices are used primarily with single mode fiber where as Mechanical splices work with both single and multi mode fiber.

Connect Communicate Control

IMT specializes in troubleshooting, installation and repair of mine communication systems.

Using a combination of innovative designs, strong distribution channels and an ISO 9001-registered Quality Management System, IMT delivers quality and reliability in all its communication troubleshooting, repairs and installations.
-Fiber Communication
-Wifi
-Leaky Feeder
-Modbus
-LAN

Leaders in Wired & Wireless Mine Communication & Data Transfer


Underground & Surface Mines


CONNECT, COMMUNICATE, CONTROL & MONITOR ANYTHING
In REAL-TIME


IMT Integrated Mining Technoligies’ in-house team of mine communication experts offer the following service solutions:


(Fiber, Leaky Feeder, Mod Bus, Video)
-Network Troubleshooting & Problem Solving
-Network Design
-Network repair and installation
-Wired & Wireless products
-Fiber Splicing (Mechanical & Fusion)
-24/7 IT Communication Customer Support
-LAN Networks
-Real-time Communication & Data

Our Services
Includes throughput testing, security testing, interference analysis, channel assignments, interference mitigation, site surveys, Oos, progragation studies and rogue detection and mitigation.

Using a combination of innovative designs, strong distribution channels and an ISO 9001-registered Quality Management System, IMT delivers quality and reliability in all its communication designs.
   -Fiber Communication
   -Leaky Feeder
   -Modbus
   -LAN

Vehicle Monitoring and Diagnostics 

Mine Communication Network Design

Fiber Splicing (Fusion and Mechanical) 

CONNECT     COMMUNICATE     CONTROL

Remote Control Mining Equipment 

Wireless Vehicle & Production Monitoring 

Wired and wireless infrastructure evaluation for support of both existing and emerging technologies.

IMT Integrated Mining Technology can provide the communication link between surface and underground production equipment.

IMT designs the analog and Ethernet video system and adds enhanced features including pan tilt and zoom to the video system.

We also create the link between the serial side of the drill to the ethernet side.

The Wireless Vehicle Monitoring & Diagnostics system is an enabling technology that

simplifies data transfer to and from equipment. It offers wireless Plug & Go vehicle

monitoring and control systems that can allow on-board payload tonnage, payload

location and engine diagnostics to be seamlessly transferred in real-time to enterprise

or ERP systems through wireless Ethernet communication.

The Wireless Vehicle Monitoring & Diagnostic System is actually a data logger, CPU

and wireless bridge in a single unit, and forms the heart of the on-board WVMD system.

Combined with IMT’s vehicle tagging system, utilizing the

same digital infrastructure, IMT’s WVMD system becomes an

even more powerful management and productivity solution.
IMT’s WVMD solution provides real time diagnostic data that enables predictive maintenance to be performed and real time, accurate production monitoring and management to occur.

Real-Time Data = Enhanced Decision Making
Real Time Information fed to appropriate management systems enable end users to automate operational decision making. An automated decision making process can be faster and more accurate when compared to relying on human data input and/or decision making that is open to a human error and subjectiveness.

Real-time monitoring of underground equipment location & performance will contribute to more productive mining.
Wireless Vehicle Monitoring & Diagnostics module can be installed on mine vehicles, transport vehicles, shuttles, load centers to monitor and upload data in real-time, with far more reliability and accuracy than other formats.

Project Profile
Large capacity haulage trucks transport accumulated wet ore to haulage designated areas. Consistently, sizeable deposits of ore are not cleared when dumped. The result is reduced payload and higher energy costs due to the continuous hauling of tonnes of material that was never discharged.Real Time monitoring of payload information on transportation vehicles can ensure that lost efficiencies and production opportunities are uncovered, which will yield higher throughput.