The SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring was founded 20 years ago. In the past two decades, the alcohol monitoring device has helped hundreds of thousands of participants understand the importance of sobriety. The SCRAM bracelet today is one of the most technologically advanced systems on the market. The science behind the device has been improved time and time again as our knowledge of technology improves and how technology can detect the consumption of alcohol.
Just a decade ago, SCRAM made headlines when Lindsay Lohan decided to wear the device after her latest stint in rehab. The idea of testing alcohol transdermally was relatively new still to the market, even though Alcohol Monitoring Systems had been founded nearly a decade earlier and had been working on the science since 1989. By 2007, SCRAM had already reached 100 million alcohol tests. Several generations of the SCRAM bracelet have since been released, each capitalizing on the latest technology and scientific advances.
By 2012, GPS location services was added to the device. Just two years later, SCRAM Systems developed a SCRAM Remote Breath system providing a multifaceted selection of devices for jurisdictions across the globe.
After 20 years, the SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring device has conducted over 2 billion alcohol readings and is the most frequently used alcohol testing device in the world.