The book “Israeli Innovation” celebrates 100 companies spearheading Israel’s technological leadership – including SCR.
The book, featuring the 100 Israeli innovations with the largest global impact, was published by the Israeli Ministry of Industry and the Economy and the National Innovation Authority. It was launched at an event at the President’s Residence in Jerusalem as part of celebrations for the 70th anniversary of the founding of the State of Israel.
In addition, ten standout innovations, among them SCR’s Heatime™ system, were recognized in a special exhibition during the event.
Twelve key industry leaders were also presented with an award recognizing their exceptional contribution to various industrial sectors and the Israeli economy.
SCR, established in 1976, has played a significant role in the development of technological solutions for the worldwide dairy industry.
Initially, it focused on developing electronic devices for dairy farms, such as pulsators and automatic detachers, later expanding into milk meter software and smart collars for cows.
Following the commercial launch of SCR’s Heatime in 2006, the system, with its H-Tag smart collars for cow monitoring, quickly became the best-selling heat detection solution worldwide. Next came the 2008 introduction of the first-ever rumination monitoring tag, SCR’s Heatime HR collars, which help dairy producers monitor cows’ health, to identify and treat disease early, preventing illness before it takes hold.
Today, under the SCR and Allflex brands, SCR continues to lead the industry with its advanced cow monitoring solutions, based on state-of-the-art behavior sensors and algorithms, used on more than 5 million cows worldwide.
Representing SCR at the awards event were Eyal Brayer, SCR’s founder and former VP R&D, Ori Inbar, SCR’s current VP Product, and COO Shlomo Butbul.
“We are exceptionally honored to have been chosen as one of the top 10 success stories behind Israel’s technological initiative, and to be recognized for the impact SCR technology has had on the global dairy industry,” commented Inbar. “We look forward to continuing to innovate, enabling smarter food production, more sustainable practices, and more successful farmers.”
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