Our Users

Customer Stories

UX Research at Desjardins Group
Marie-Laure Di Fabio, Desjardins Group
Using EthoVision XT as an educational tool
Dr. Jocelien Olivier, University of Groningen
The role of sensory evaluation
Prof. Dr. Susan Duncan, Virginia Tech
Agricultural leadership and communication education
Dr. Tiffany Drape, Virginia Tech
Social learning behavior in rats
Dr. Marijn van Wingerden, Heinrich Heine University
NeuroLab - serious gaming
Prof. Julien Mercier, Université du Québec à Montréal
Neurodegenerative disease studies
Diana L. Price, NeuroPore Therapies
UX Lab - Tech3Lab
Prof. Pierre-Majorique Léger, HEC Montréal and Tech3Lab
Immersive Technology Lab
Dr. Atif Waraich, Liverpool John Moores University
Study anxiety and depression to transform mental health care
Dr. Thomas Prévôt, University of Toronto
Predictive ecology: Studying behavior in the Great Lakes
Dr. Christina Semeniuk, University of Windsor
Social Media Lab
Tiffany Andry & Damien De Meyere, University of Louvain
Behavioral Analysis Facility
Dr. Jean-Luc do Rego and Dr. Jean-Claude do Rego, University of Rouen
Improve teacher practices
Marie Bocquillon, University of Mons
Counseling Psychology Program
Dr. Audrey Ervin, Delaware Valley University
Neuropsychopharmacological research
Prof. Roberto Rimondini , University of Bologna
How to measure emotions
Jean-Marc Diverrez, B<>Com Institute of Research and Technology
Studying eating behavior
Prof. Kees de Graaf, Wageningen University & Research
Zebrafish behavioral research
Dr. Ruud van den Bos, Radboud University
 

Our customers

Our customer list speaks for itself. Since our earliest days, we have worked together with start-ups to Fortune 500 companies and with small universities and the top 10 universities and research institutes around the world. Every day, since 1989, we have been devoting our innovation power to our customers, achieving great successes and building lasting relationships. Together we can elevate your research and build your ideal research set-up: designed with you and built by us.

Here is a sample of our customers:

noldus customers
 

Take a tour through the labs of some of our customers

A large number of research, training, and simulation labs from all over the world, all recently built and in active use, take you on a tour and show you how they designed their rooms, what equipment they chose, and which software tools are used for data collection and analysis.

Noldus works together with customers around the world to provide them with the best possible tools for their research. Enjoy the tours!

Heinrich Heine University
Social learning task in rats
Máxima Medical Center
Simulation-based team training
University of Rouen
Behavioral Analysis Facility
University Paris Descartes
Parent-child interaction
Wageningen University & Research
Sensory science and eating behavior
TNO & Royal Netherlands Navy
Testing human-machine interaction
Boeing
Boeing AH-64 D/E Apache simulator systems integration
University of British Columbia
Centre for Infant Cognition
Rabobank
User eXperience Center
GameLab Hohenheim
Gaming studies
LAPSO
Laboratory of Social and Organizational Psychology
Tech3Lab Montreal
From data collection to insightful results
Bloakes
The Bloakes neuromarketing toolset
Liverpool John Moores University
Immersive technology lab
Boeing
Embedded Measures human factors lab
 

Recent blog posts

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Creating a custom expression for Engagement: A validation study with FaceReader

The concept engagement is gaining more and more attention. Many companies are looking for ways to increase consumer engagement. But, how do you know a consumer is feeling engaged?
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Getting robust results: one zebrafish is not like the other

Zebrafish larvae locomotor behavior often has a high variability, which can have a big impact on your results. Still, it is one of the most used parameters. So how can you make your study more robust?
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Emotional responses to winning a paralympic medal

Guest blogger Jeffrey J. Martin conducted a study to examine the emotional reactions of Paralympians right after winning a medal, using automated facial expression analysis.
 
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Let us know what you want to create and we can help you select the best possible tools for your research. Contact us now!

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