|Score & analyse behaviours live or from video||The Observer XT|
|Measure ultrasonic vocalisations||UltraVox XT|
|Automatically monitor home cage behaviour of rodents||PhenoTyper|
|Track movement and location of animals within an arena||EthoVision XT|
|Assess the gait and footfalls of rodent models of diseases||CatWalk XT|
|Examine memory, anxiety, activity etc in various paradigms||Mazes|
EthoVision XT software is the most widely published and comprehensive video tracking software, being highly flexible for use with virtually any organism in any arena. Features include marker-less tracking of groups, automatic experimental control and the most powerful data selection and analysis features on the market.
A complete system for automated quantitative gait analysis in rodents. Objectively and rapidly measure a range of gait and individual paw parameters.
The ErasmusLadder is a system for the assessment of motor performance and motor learning in mice.
The DanioVision system provides the perfect environment for zebrafish embryo and larvae testing.
Easy and affordable system.
Full-spectrum sound capture with one microphone.
Easy integration with other behavioral data.
Real-time waveform and spectrogram
Automatic call detection
Easy definition and labeling of calls
A complete system to collect, analyse and present observational data, be it human or animal, live or from video. User-friendly, flexible, with the ability to integrate and analyse other data streams, The Observer XT is the perfect hub for many researchers across a variety of disciplines, such as: psychology; zoology; pharmacology; education and training.
We design, install, support and provide training for a range of behavioural observation laboratories from simple one-camera systems through to complex usability labs. featuring screen capture, mouse and keyboard logging, automatic emotion measurement, physiology and eye tracking.
The Mechanical Conflict-Avoidance System – Harte, Morrow Method provides an operant method of pain testing in rodents.
Here are some of the scenarios relevant to Pharmacology & Neuroscience and the products that would be appropriate.
|Social behaviour in group-housed animals|
|Maternal separation studies and monitoring calling behaviour in rat pups|
|Behavioural patterns in group-housed animals and hormone-behaviour interactions|
|Home cage testing, activity monitoring and circadian studies in rodents|
|Avoiding problems with coat colour variation (e.g. transgenics), sequences of animals with different coat colours and urine reflections|
|High-throughput screening (e.g. trials with 100+ zebrafish)|
|Passive avoidance and place preference tests|
|Resident-intruder and social interaction|
|Automation of the forced-swim test|
|Analysing pre-clinical drug effects|