The Future of Alcohol Monitoring

SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring bracelets have revolutionized recovery programs, court ordered sobriety and the ability to track individuals alcohol consumption.  The devices worn 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for the given monitoring period can detect any alcohol that is consumed.  The device tests for consumption every 30 minutes through the sweat that is naturally excreted on the ankle.  This state-of-the-art device is used in over 1600 jurisdictions across the globe to monitor and track those convicted of violent and alcohol-related crimes.

So what’s next for the alcohol monitoring injury?  The newest technology in the making is an implantable chip.  According to The Download on Technology Review, engineers at the University of California, San Diego have developed a chip that can be implanted under the skin.  The chip can measure alcohol consumption.  While the chip is not on the market and only a prototype, the potential for growth in the alcohol monitoring technology industry is exponential.

Alcohol monitoring devices have helped hundreds of thousands of people abstain from alcohol by holding them accountable to their sobriety.  There is no cheating devices like the SCRAM Continuous Alcohol Monitoring device because it is worn constantly.  Any attempts to block the device from reporting or tamper with it are immediately detected and could result in additional legal action.