This week the official documents were signed and Noldus is proud to have a new partner: Maze Engineers. Founded in 2012 and based in the United States, this company is dedicated to transform the convenience and scope of neurobehavioral testing by providing state-of-the-art mazes. Combined with Noldus’ premiere video tracking software EthoVision XT, this opens up great opportunities for neuroscientists.
With more than 30 years of combined research experience in vector control, the company In2Care, located in Wageningen, The Netherlands, participates in a study to test a new malaria-prevention method. Noldus congratulates In2Care and their partners with the funding of $ 10.2-million for their study!
This week ONVZ Zorgverzekeraar, a Dutch health insurance company, announced the launch of an app which measures individual physical energy level. [in Dutch Nu.nl] This new app, called NRGY, is one of the first apps in the world that is capable of measuring your physical, mental, and emotional energy level, all within 90 seconds.
Wageningen, The Netherlands - Noldus Information Technology recently signed a strategic partnership agreement with Sylics, a contract research organization based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. With both companies providing innovative solutions for preclinical neuroscience, this partnership opens up new opportunities for integrated and automated behavioral screening for scientists worldwide.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Noldus Information Technology. After a year filled with exciting events, a special symposium on October 1 marked the end of the celebrations.
The anniversary symposium was dedicated to measuring behavior and included renowned Dutch speakers and topics related to the various markets Noldus has operated in since its start in 1989.
Abbe Macbeth, PhD of Noldus Information Technology contributed to the workshop "Observing Consumer Behavior: Past, Present and Future". The workshop was held on July 17th, 2015 at L&E Research's Cincinnati facility.
University of Latvia’s Department of Psychology recently selected the Noldus DriveLab system to conduct their studies on driving behavior, with a focus on the influence of distractions on driving behavior. To study distractions, they needed to conduct eye tracking on participants during driving tasks in the simulator. DriveLab was the obvious choice, as it allows researchers to automate, synchronize, and combine simulator data, eyetracking data, behavioral data and other data in real time.
Recently, Niek Wilmink (portfolio manager and AV specialist at Noldus Information Technology), released the latest version of the AV/ debriefing solution Viso – the multi-room, multi-video recording suite. I interviewed him about the many benefits and uses of the Noldus audiovisual recording and playback system for improving simulation and training sessions.