We all have to make sure we are in bed before Santa arrives on Christmas night because he knows when we are sleeping.
The North American Aerospace Defense Command, also known as NORAD, has traditionally been the agency with the responsibility to track Santa as he moves through the skies on Christmas Eve.
"Users can see where Santa stops along different locations in the world," said Stacey Knott, the NORAD track Santa spokesperson. "Of course, we can’t show every single one of Santa’s stops but we do show a lot of those around the world and every single country."
Santa is also being tracked by Google using their geo-location technology.
The website adds: "Santa calls the shots. We just track him!