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.

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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. 

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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.

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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?

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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

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How to Monitor Power Transformers In-Transit

“Power transformers are intricate and expensive pieces of equipment that are susceptible to damage during transit. 

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Logistics Visibility Through Connected Recorders

“An average shipment is handled 10 times before it reaches its destination,” said Angela Kerr, vice president of product portfolio & project management, SpotSee. “SpotSee adds visibility to the supply chain by connecting users with their assets

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Pipeline Oil and Gas Magazine Talks with SpotSee

Pipeline Oil and Gas Magazine is the market leading oil and gas publication since 1996. They are the most dependable source for global oil and gas news and updates. We were very excited to sit down with the publication to discuss new technology

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Keeping Food Out of the ‘Danger Zone’

Specifically, the “Danger Zone” for bacteria growth is between 40 degrees Fahrenheit and 140 degrees Fahrenheit. In this zone, bacteria grows most rapidly and can double in number in as little as 20 minutes.

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SpotSee Names Jan van Niekerk VP of Engineering and Innovation

SpotSee announced today that it has appointed Jan Van Niekerk as the company’s vice president of engineering and innovation.

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