|Score & analyse behaviours live or from video||The Observer XT|
|Discover complex behavioural patterns & sequences||Theme|
|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|
|Examine memory, anxiety, activity etc in various paradigms||IR Mazes|
EthoVision XT is the state-of-the-art video-tracking system that automatically records animal activity and movement, including motility and explorative behaviour.
A novel 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.
DanioVision is a complete solution, comprised of the DanioVision Observation Chamber and EthoVision XT with the Trial & Hardware Control Module and the Multiple Arenas Module pre-installed on a class-A computer.
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 for recording, review and analysis of behaviour, live or from video. Define, code, display and analyse behaviour quickly and easily with almost limitless flexibility. Used in research, teaching 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 and eyetracking.
An automated system to test social heirachies in mice.
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|