SpotSee, the global provider of shock and vibration monitoring through low-cost connectivity and data, has earned the National Telecommunications Agency (Anatel) Certification for its impact-monitoring device, SpotBotâ¢, allowing it to be sold and used in Brazil, the company said.
As a global company, it is important that SpotSee can serve customers around the globe. All wireless devices sold in Brazil must be tested by a designated certification body to obtain regulatory approval and earn a Certificate of Conformity.
Any telecommunication products sold and used in Brazil must have their certification approved by Anatel, the Brazilian telecommunications regulatory authority. The certification ensures a device is safe and its wireless signals do not interfere with other signals, such as those used by the nation´s wireless networks.
SpotBot is a stand-alone device that delivers global, real-time, tri-axial impact monitoring and tracking through cellular connectivity. The device tracks impact, temperature and location around the world and has an operating battery life of up to 75 days when reporting once an hour. It is mainly used when shipping items that are susceptible to damage during transport and provides comprehensive supply chain transparency.
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. It is headquartered in Dallas, Texas, with operations in Brazil, Netherlands, United Kingdom, China, Mexico and Graham, Texas. For more information, visit www.spotsee.io.