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SpotBot Cellular is Certified in Japan

SpotBot Cellular is Certified in Japan

SpotSee has earned the Giteki mark for its impact-monitoring device SpotBot™, allowing it to be sold in Japan. As a global company, it is important that SpotSee can serve customers around the globe. All wireless devices sold in Japan must be tested to obtain regulatory approval and be certified as conforming...

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Introducing ShockLog Cellular

Introducing ShockLog Cellular

We are pleased to announce the launch of the ShockLog Cellular module, a cellular-connected accessory that is easily added to any ShockLog® 298 impact recorder, giving users real-time alerts, along with date, time and location, of potentially damaging events. Trip information can be accessed via a user-friendly cloud application from anywhere in...

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SpotSee at Breakbulk Americas 2018

SpotSee at Breakbulk Americas 2018

There’s no shortage of new products and ideas at a trade show, but what’s the point if you leave without something actionable? As the global leader in supply chain monitoring, we were excited to show you the industry’s preferred solution to your break bulk logistics damage at Breakbulk Americas 2018, October 2-4 in Houston, TX. You...

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Oil and Gas Producers – Increase Up Time and Reduce Costs

Oil and Gas Producers – Increase Up Time and Reduce Costs

Downtime can be the biggest cost to your oil and gas operation, but it can be avoided. Spotsee provides critical monitoring to oil and gas equipment while in transit and in use, alerting users of potential damage and warning them of equipment failure before it occurs. The best way to predict...

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SpotSee Opens Global Calibration Facility in Brazil

SpotSee Opens Global Calibration Facility in Brazil

SpotSee has opened a new global calibration facility in São Paulo, Brazil, to better serve its international customers by quickly and cost-effectively servicing ShockLog® units. ShockLog units must receive firmware updates and be recalibrated every year in order to meet quality assurance standards required by many insurance companies. Without meeting...

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How to Keep Medication Safe During Home Deliveries

How to Keep Medication Safe During Home Deliveries

Baby boomers started turning 65 in 2011 and the American Hospital Association projects that by 2030, more than 60 percent of this generation will be managing more than one chronic condition, increasing the need for medication. As the population ages and medical delivery becomes a more viable option, the pharmaceutical...

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Blockchain in Logistics and Supply Chain

Blockchain in Logistics and Supply Chain

We’ve joined the Blockchain in Transport Alliance (BiTA) to help develop the standards for blockchain in the transportation market. What does this mean? While supply chains are highly complex global environments within the transportation industry, blockchain can help mitigate many common issues that companies are currently facing. BiTA aims to create...

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Using Satellite Communication to Show Real-Time Supply Chain Damage

Using Satellite Communication to Show Real-Time Supply Chain Damage

When high-dollar assets like power transformers are being shipped to remote areas like the jungles of the Amazon, it can be difficult to track and review damages that occur. The SpotSee Cloud receives data from devices either through cellular or satellite connectivity, enabling customers to access and visualize their data in real time...

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How to Monitor Power Transformers In-Transit

How to Monitor Power Transformers In-Transit

“Power transformers are intricate and expensive pieces of equipment that are susceptible to damage during transit. Knowing a transformer was potentially damaged before installation could save companies millions of dollars,” said Angela Kerr, Vice President of Product Portfolio, SpotSee. “Our goal is to provide power companies with supply-chain transparency, allow...

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