About ICEROBOTICS Founded in 2002, we are committed to improving the health and well being of animals globally,
through our advanced
wearable technology.
Founded in 2002, we are committed to improving the health and well being of animals globally, through our advanced wearable technology.

Our innovative monitoring sensors use an advanced accelerometer that measures orientation and acceleration across three axes, multiple times per second. Each animal’s movement is recorded constantly, and our intelligent algorithms analyse the data collected, providing accurate alerts and information on fertility, lying time, lameness and mobility.

If abnormal behavioural patterns are detected, our sophisticated CowAlert cloud-based analytical system evaluates and alerts the user, allowing them to take pre-emptive action to protect cattle health and well-being.

JOBS & CURRENT VACANCIES

We’re always looking for talented individuals to join our dynamic team. As a rapidly growing company, our team members have the opportunity to make a real impact on our development, and our customers.

We lead the way in the field of animal health, well-being and behavioural analysis using our market-leading wearable sensor technology. We like to think we do the same in only recruiting the best too, and although we work hard, we also make time for fun.

If you think you’ve got what it takes to knock our socks off, we’d love to hear from you.

Send your CV and a covering letter to recruitment@icerobotics.com

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OUR VISION IceRobotics is committed to improving the health and well-being of animals globally by delivering highly competitive, reliable, cutting-edge sensor solutions, which can effectively pre-empt disease and improve productivity and profitability for farmers and researchers alike. IceRobotics is committed to improving the health and well-being of animals globally by delivering highly competitive, reliable, cutting-edge sensor solutions, which can effectively
pre-empt disease and
improve productivity and
profitability for farmers
and researchers alike.

1 "Since 2012, we have used the IceTag devices in order to estimate cow and calve behaviours in alpine and subalpine pastures. Based on our experience we find the IceTag very reliable and robust. The simplicity of use, makes these devices an ideal tool to determine locomotive activity, lying time and the daily number of steps." Dr. Joël Bérard
Head of Research ETH Zürich Agrovet-Strickhof
2 “We find the sensors are simple to use and they are excellent devices to assess behaviour with–prior to these sensors, many, many hours of video had to be analysed! We can easily access information through the software and the CowAlert database.” Professor Marie Haskell
SRUC
3 “They are the perfect equipment for our trial into the behaviour of horses and I’m so glad I found the IceRobotics website. It’s an amazingly simple piece of kit that tells us so much about their behaviour.” Lucy Slater
Student, Writtle University College
4 “The lameness alerts highlight the cows that we need to examine and creates a daily inspection list. We see this as another valuable tool in our lameness toolbox which is helping us to pick up lame cows earlier and reduce the herd’s lameness” Jacquie Browne
Pomeroy Farm, Wiltshire
5 “The fact that you can access everything from your mobile phone, and you don’t have to keep going back into the house to see the data is brilliant! It’s an excellent management tool and allows us to make well-informed choices from the data in front of us, saving us time and improving the accuracy of the judgements we make when it comes to the productivity of the herd.” David Hyslop
Meinside Farm, Lockerbie
6 “Since using CowAlert we’re no longer tied to the cow shed, our calving interval has reduced from 415 to 390 days and conception rate has improved by 17%. Overall I regard CowAlert as a sound investment. It has added to the bottom line in terms of both calf and milk production and freed up time which is also a major cost in farming today.” Richard Marshall
Rylands Farm, Omagh
7 “The cows that CowAlert is picking up-even the trained eye would miss. Getting on top of lameness is so important. It’s milk in the tank. An uncomfortable cow gives less milk. It’s welfare and welfare is paramount.” Alan Steer
Field Barn Farm, Dorset
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