About HVS Image

In 1983 HVS Image supplied the First Ever “Blue-box” video tracker used in the earliest Morris Water Maze Publications and the results are chronicled in Richard Morris’s classic paper Developments of a water-maze procedure for studying spatial learning in the rat. (Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 11 (1984) 47-60)

Today we still remain ahead of the field with a strong focus on the investigator’s needs to start quickly, run reliably and get the best quality data possible, with the least overhead in time and effort.

HVS Image systems are use broadly across traditional behavioral experiments and by pioneering scientists working with new techniques.

The quality of research carried out with HVS Image systems is reflected in the fact that papers using HVS Image have five times more citations per paper than those using rival systems.