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 can locate SpotSee and one of our logistics experts at booth #344 for a conversation about your supply chain, then join us for refreshments in the VIP lounge.
This year we were excited to showcase our new device the ShockLog Cellular. The ShockLog® Cellular combines the powerful monitoring capabilities of the ShockLog 298 impact recorder with a cellular communication module to deliver real-time notifications of unacceptable handling in the supply chain. This gives users real-time notifications of mishandling, along with date, time and location, of shock events. Trip information is visualized on the SpotSee Cloud and is accessible from anywhere in the world.
ShockLog Cellular Features:
- Shock & vibration technology used by the best engineers in the world
- Low-cost global connectivity without roaming fees
- 90+ days of connectivity battery life
- Real-time out-of-tolerance condition notifications
- 24/7 access to trip data from anywhere in the world
ShockLog Cellular utilizes global cellular networks to send data into the SpotSee Cloud. Cellular networks are deployed worldwide and, unlike satellite, will work without line of sight. ShockLog Cellular can be used in warehouses and in closed containers. If a cellphone indicates network availability, ShockLog Cellular will have service.
Contact us to learn more about the ShockLog Cellular and our other products, thank you to those who stopped by our booth to take advantage of our Breakbulk discount. Breakbulk discounts are 30-45% off our connected products*.
*Applies to new and returning customers. Does not apply to distributors. Must present discount code to regional sales manager or orders department to redeem discount. Discount code expires November 16, 2018.