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Industrial Internet of Things

Increased Connectivity

Advanced Solutions Today

Simply put, IoT is a network of intelligent computers and devices that collect and share huge amounts of data from our physical world. The data is collected in the cloud. There it is aggregated with other data for end-users to access and use to increase productivity and make educated decisions. Industrial IoT itself is commonly used to increase automation in construction sites, mines, homes, schools, casinos, etc. 

Industrial organizations using IoT experience improved connectivity, efficiency, and scalability while saving time and money. The predictive maintenance, improved safety, and other operational efficiencies alone lead to considerable cost savings. Additionally, IoT networks allow industrial organizations to break open data silos, connecting all of their people, data, and processes from the factory floor to the executive offices. Business leaders use this data to obtain a complete and accurate understanding of the company’s performance, which in turn drives smarter decisions for increased success.



  • Systems development per ARP-4754A
  • Software development per DO-178C
  • Electronics and firmware development support per DO-254
  • Software tool qualification per DO-330
  • Model-based development per DO-331
  • Object-oriented technology per DO-332
  • Environmental testing per DO-160G/MIL-STD-810
  • Cyber-security support per DO-326A
  • ARP4761 safety assessment support


  • ISO 9001:2015 and AS9100D certified
  • AS9115 Compliant


Water Tank Levels at Fracking Sites & Modular Mining Systems

The Problem

Modular Mining Systems, a leader in mine management systems, needed a way to manage various pieces of equipment within an above ground mine.

The Solution

TES-i developed a wireless mesh network system using nodes on equipment throughout the mine, allowing Modular to ensure assets are in the right place at the right time and working properly. Mesh networks consist of many nodes communicating with each other and reporting data including location, acceleration, equipment operation, fluid levels, and other required monitoring parameters. Information is accessible in real-time via mobile devices and cloud computing.

Project Highlights

The wireless mesh network nodes are designed to withstand the mine’s rugged environment. The nodes transmit regular data about the equipment at its location to a gateway unit hardwired to the central software application. Nodes have GPS onboard and monitor location and acceleration. Modular accesses the software to monitor equipment and ensure efficiency as well as immediately identify issues.

Increase Your Connections

Contact us to learn how we can help you increase connectivity throughout your operation.

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