Tracksys Ltd provide behavioural research solutions across a range of disciplines in universities and commercial organisations in the UK and Ireland. Our customers include: pharmacologists, neuroscientists, psychologists, zoologists, entomologists, ergonomics and usability specialists, market researchers and sports scientists amongst others.
Established in 1993, we provide research tools for scoring behaviour, video tracking, eyetracking and motion analysis as well as a range of specialist hardware and software for every situation where behaviour is measured.
Our customers include virtually every university in the UK and a large number of blue-chip companies. Our aim is to provide the most cost-effective, complete solution so our customers can start work immediately. All our staff have research experience so they can quickly get to grips with researcher’s objectives.
Once you have one of our systems we provide a range of training options including on-site tailored courses, refresher courses and free technical support by phone and email.
Whether you are looking for a complete behavioural research lab., or a specific product for a particular project, we’re here to help. As former researchers we know the importance of linking together different measures e.g. eyetracking, physiology, behaviour, motion analysis and video tracking, to name but a few.
Our product range covers all behavioural disciplines including psychology, pharmacology, zoology, sports science, human factors, UX and market research.
Tracksys offer free lifetime technical support and advice over the phone or by e-mail. You can request support or ask for advice by simply filling in the support request form - or phoning us.
Training is an on-going process as far as we are concerned. This could be on-site when we deliver a system, via a refresher course, a web-session, or at one of our in-house training workshops. We are keen to keep existing customers up to date and help new researchers make use of a resource their department may already have.
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