Noldus Information Technology

Noldus Information Technology

Address: 153 Edwards Ferry Road, Suit 310, Leesburg , Virginia, United States, 20176



Phone: +1 703 771 0440

Noldus Information Technology was established in 1989 by Lucas Noldus, founder and CEO of the company. With a Ph.D. in animal behavior from Wageningen University, he developed the company’s first software tool during his research in entomology. Noldus has strived to advance behavioral research ever since, evolving into a company that provides integrated systems including software, hardware, and services.

They now offer a wide range of solutions for research in animal and human domains, including biology, psychology, marketing, human factors, and healthcare. They work with leading suppliers and develop innovative, state-of-the art products. They also offer excellent technical support and customer care. As a result, their systems have found their way into more than 11000 universities, research institutes, and companies in over 100 countries.

The success of Noldus Information Technology is determined to a large extent by the enthusiasm and creativity of their employees. They encourage each other to think outside the box, which leads to unique products and services for their customers.

Noldus offers solutions in the following categories:

Animal Behavior Research

  • Animal behavior video tracking software
  • Gait analysis
  • Rodent automatic behavior recognition
  • Locomotor learning and performance
  • Mazes
  • Behavior annotation
  • Operant conditioning test
  • Feeding & drinking monitors
  • Optogenetics
  • Activity monitoring
  • Home cage studies
  • Fear conditioning
  • Longitudinal testing
  • Startle response
  • Cognitive testing

Human Behavior Research

  • Facial expression analysis
  • Eye tracking & Physiology
  • Data integration and visualization
  • Behavioral coding & analysis
  • AV recording & evaluation
  • Consumer behavior
  • User experience
  • (Developmental) Psychology
  • Simulation in healthcare
  • Spatial behavior

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