History

More than 40 years ago, SpotSee turned a simple idea into a global resource.

Click Here

As of August 1, 2017, SpotSee®, a global internet of things (IoT) and connectivity platform, has combined the leading brands ShockWatch, ShockLog, WarmMark, SpotBot, and OpsWatch to create a tracking network that helps customers spot damage to their assets and see it in real time.

As the demand for connectivity in global logistics continues to accelerate, SpotSee is well positioned to take advantage of this trend by leveraging 40 years of expertise in transportation monitoring and sensing technologies with a new, innovative and low-cost approach to connectivity, tracking, and cloud analytics.

SpotSee is an internet of things end-to-end solution provider that enables customers to spot damage in their operations and see it in real time. SpotSee has developed a low-cost, connected, ecosystem that includes its own mobile virtual network enabler (MVNE) that delivers data from devices anywhere in the world to customers’ fingertips. SpotSee devices monitor shock, vibration, temperature and other environmental conditions through its market-leading brands such as ShockWatch®, ShockLog®, SpotBot®, OpsWatch, and WarmMark®.

SpotSee acquired TMC and LCR Hallcrest in January 2021, combining two global leaders in temperature monitoring products and indicators. TMC and LCR Hallcrest develop and manufacture color changing temperature products, thermal labels and thermometer strips. With a focus on monitoring and reporting temperature excursions, TMC and LCR Hallcrest’s purpose aligns with SpotSee’s strategy to grow its temperature portfolio and expand into new markets. Like SpotSee, TMC and LCR Hallcrest products are used for a wide range of applications, from monitoring medical devices to food logistics and transportation.

SpotSee has a global network of over 2,000 sales and technical service partners in 62 countries. SpotSee is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with additional U.S. operations in Glenview, Illinois and Graham, Texas, as well as Brazil, China, Mexico, Netherlands and United Kingdom.