Scollar In The News

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Given the success of fitness and activity trackers for people, it’s not a question of if but when these pet electronic items will explode into ubiquity. And Lisa Tamayo, CEO of Scollar, told the judges and audience at the KC Animal Health Investment Forum that her collar technology could be the be-all-and-end-all one—not just for pets, but for agriculture.

One Collar To Rule Them All
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This year, 200 animal health companies and 40 financial funds signed up for the “Shark Tank”-like event.  One of this year’s participants, California-based Scollar Inc., features a “smart collar” that allows owners to track their pet’s location and temperature and sends out medication or grooming reminders.

Now 10, KC Animal Health Corridor investment forum evolves toward tech, international
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The company bills itself as the first and only full stack open platform technology for every breed of animal, from cats to cattle. Its integrated technology consists of three components: a modular smart collar, a mobile app and a data cloud service.

“I don’t know what you guys hear about the Coast, but hardware is quite challenging for any company in the Bay area because a lot of these Silicon Valley folks in San Francisco only like apps and SaaS and mobile … If you add a hardware component to it, people get scared,” said Tamayo, CEO of Scollar, as she packed up her belongings and prepared to leave Sonoma County, California, for a new life chapter in Kansas City.

Paws up! Scollar aims to fetch 200 jobs for KC, trades Silicon Valley for Animal Health Corridor
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‘Scollar’ is designed for small dogs and cats. This device can track your pet, set meal reminders, create boundaries and keep track of their medications.

This smart collar will make pet care a walk in the park

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Scollar Inc., an animal health tech company that created a smart pet collar, will move its headquarters from Silicon Valley to Kansas City, potentially creating 200 jobs and generating an annual payroll of $17 million.

The Santa Rosa, Calif., company offers a full set of software solutions in a single platform that consists of three integrated technologies: a smart collar, a mobile app and a data cloud service. The technology is designed "to address the needs of pet parents, protein producers and veterinarians, as well as animal service providers and product manufacturers.

Animal health tech startup will move HQ from Silicon Valley to KC, aims to create 200 jobs

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Scollar is an open platform smart collar, app, and cloud service that gives pet owners any functionality they need.

AI has been integrated with the Scollar service, so tools like Alexa or Google Assistant can tell anyone in your household that the cat was fed and the dog’s medications are up to date.

Can't bring your pet to work? Stay connected with this smart tech

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When you keep a dog, it is common sense to put him on a leash when you take him for outdoor walks. It’s also reccomended for cats, who live indoors and outdoors and for the safety and health of cats. Therefore, as compared with the past, lost pets decreased.

Smart collar that can be used for small dogs and cats "Scollar Mini"

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Founded in 2015, US-based pet technology start-up Scollar markets a cloud-enabled smart collar that is designed to address every aspect of animal care in an "all-in-one" solution for pets. Previously based in Silicon Valley, it will now be moving its headquarters to Kansas City. Animal Pharm analyst Daniel Willis spoke to Scollar co-founder and chief executive Lisa Tamayo to find out more.

Pet tech start-up Scollar chooses KC as headquarters, ponders partnerships and expansion

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Expandable smart collar for small dogs & cats.

Scollar Mini

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The relationship between owner and pet is a very special one. So it’s all the more dramatic when the dog or the cat disappear. Scollar from Santa Rosa is a GPS-tracker collar and even more…

The Smart Collar for Small Pets

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Parallel to growth of the mainstream wearables market, there has been an increase in the market for pet wearables. From devices that allow you to remotely monitor, water and feed your pet, to technologies that unlock home doors to allow animal sitters access to your home while you are away…

Scollar Mini: smart collar for cats and small dogs

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Wearable technology has finally made its way to man’s best friend. We see pet trackers, trainers, monitors, and everything in between. Unfortunately, these tend to come in all different devices adding extra weight to our pets’ collars. In addition, they all come in sizes for large breeds. Enter the Scollar Mini Smart Pet Collar…

The Scollar Mini Smart Pet Collar Helps Your Pet at Every Stage

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Coolest Gadgets Slashpets 

When it comes to pets, there are two categories of pet owners. The first would be those who see them as just animals, and there is not much emotional attachment with the pet in question. Even if it falls sick, sending it to the vet to have it put to sleep is seen to be more of a rite of passage or a necessary evil, and you will not have any kind of emotional upheaval.

Scollar Smart Collar looks great on small dogs and cats

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Meet the Scollar Mini: a smart collar for cats and dogs that lets you keep an eye on your small friend at all times. It comes with GPS tracking, Bluetooth, tappable display, buzzer, and a rechargeable battery. It combines with your smartphone to let you set up a home zone for your pet and enter medication and feeding reminders.

Scollar Mini Smart Collar with GPS, Tappable Display

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