17th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare IMSH

Meet us at the 17th Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare (IMSH) in Orlando, FL, USA and learn more about our tools for medical simulation research.

A variety of data such as video, audio, information from movement sensors, physiological data, and more can easily be integrated in a Noldus’ solution. Noldus (multi-room) labs make use of the latest video technology, many different data acquisition systems, and software such as Viso®, the multi video recording suite, The Observer® XT, user-friendly software for research and analysis, TrackLab, and Eye trackers.


Viso is the user-friendly software suite for audio and video recording, annotation, and debriefing. Video feedback is the key to objectively assess performance, particularly during training sessions. With Viso you can easily create high quality recordings of video and audio in multiple rooms at once, from a single central location and is therefore extremely suitable for medical simulation labs.

The Observer XT

The Observer XT is the most powerful software tool for behavioral observation and video analysis. Used by over 20,000 professionals all over the world,  The Observer XT allows you to easily

- Integrate and synchronize video, audio, and simulator data 
- Assess performance and communication live or from video
- Analyze doctor-patient interaction 
- Collect, integrate, analyze, and manage data
- Give valuable feedback by presenting your results in video highlight clips

Eye trackers

Add substantial power to your lab set up with eye trackers. This advanced technology measures visual attention, cognitive state, and workload. See where your trainee is looking at! Eye trackers produce gaze path video and large quantities of rich data, all related to attention and emotion.


Gain insight into spatial behavior by using TrackLab. The software will automatically track staff members when they carry out activities in the rooms, via a simple transponder. Work with any number and type of subjects and study their movements and locations. 

We look forward meeting you in-person in Orlando! 

Saturday, 28 January, 2017 to Wednesday, 1 February, 2017
Orlando, FL, USA