Solutions for

Animal behavior research

We help you to increase the efficiency and quality of your study, from setup to publication. Noldus is a leading developer of software and integrated solutions for animal behavior research. What started out as a one-man company, has grown into a worldwide network of offices and distributors, with over 50,000 satisfied customers. Noldus develops products in close collaboration with scientists, for application areas such as neuroscience, zebrafish research, gait analysis, and neuropharmacology.

Customer quote

"What I love about Noldus Information Technology is the personal attention and service. I am not dealing with a website or a call center in a remote country but with people whom I know by name, and who provide advice and on-site support during periodic visits."

Prof. Dr. D. Pollak |University of Vienna, Austria

Our main products

  • EthoVision XT
    Video tracking software for automated behavioral research.
  • TrackLab
    The integrated solution for the recognition and analysis of the spatial behavior of livestock.
  • DanioVision
    Complete solutions for high throughput zebrafish larvae tracking.
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Our solutions for

Product portfolio animal behavior research

Our research solutions

We are here to help you to improve your research, engineering, teaching and training. Together with our partners, we create innovative software, hardware, and integrated systems for the measurement and analysis of animal behavior.

Find out more about the possibilities for your research, by downloading our product overview.

 

Customer succes story

Dr. Thomas Prévôt from the University of Toronto is developing a new tool to assess anxiety-like and depressive-like behavior in rodents, in order to understand the underlying mechanisms of chronic stress exposure and how it changes either behavior but also molecular and cellular pathology, to mimic the human depression.

Recent blog posts about animal behavior research

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How to unravel the long-term memory of cuttlefish: automated video tracking

Did you know that cuttlefish have three hearts, have such an advanced vision that they can see what’s behind them, can count to five.
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5 Reasons to attend FENS 2020, the first virtual forum on neuroscience

Due to the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic, daily life as we know it came to a halt a few months ago. Because of restrictions on travel and meetings, the upcoming FENS Forum 2020 is going virtual for the first time.
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The Internet of Things, LoRa, 5G, and measuring behavior

New techniques for connecting sensors will provide opportunities for researchers measuring behavior.