SMART VIDEO TRACKING Software

El sistema de video-tracking el más intuitivo y fácil de usar en el mercado.

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Descripción

Smart 3.0, la última versión del sistema de video-tracking SMART lo hace todavía más flexible e intuitivo dentro del contexto de su uso para la evaluación automatizada de la conducta en una gran variedad de aplicaciones pre-clínicas y en neurociencias.

El SMART proporciona datos relevantes para resolver problemas básicos de psicofarmacología e de investigación clínica. Es una herramienta que se puede utilizar para tareas de fenotipado (diferencias entre cepas, efecto de una modificación genética, etc.) y para el estudio de los efectos de sustancias farmacológicas sobre el comportamiento en animales de laboratorio.

Utilizando el análisis avanzado de imágenes, SMART 3.0 permite el registro de las trayectorias de los animales, de eventos definidos por el experimentador, de la interacción social entre diferentes individuos y de su actividad global. SMART 3.0 ofrece a sus usuarios toda la flexibilidad de un sistema modular.

SMART 3.0 fue desarrollado de manera a tomar en cuenta las tareas diarias relacionadas con los procedimientos experimentales – una interfaz fácil de usar, una estructura altamente flexible para adaptarse a la mayoría de las aplicaciones y presupuestos. Sus características avanzadas garantizan la obtención de datos fiables y una mayor productividad, ahorrando tiempo y recursos.

SMART 3.0 se caracteriza por su grande flexibilidad, productividad y simplicidad – el experimentador solo tiene que ajustarle a sus experimentos, SMART 3.0 hará el resto.

Simply SMART, simply powerful.

 

Ultima actualización disponible:

SMART V3.0.06
 

Datos proporcionados

  • Tablas numéricas directamente exportables a Excel y proporcionando los cálculos para cada zona y/o intervalos de tiempo definido por el usuario.
  • Una gran variedad de cálculos estándares relacionados con el registro de las trayectorias de los animales: tiempo/distancia/entradas en zonas, velocidad... – y cálculos más avanzados: alternancia espontanea, error de Whishaw’s, direccionalidad media, indicio de paralelismo, tendencia rotatoria, rotaciones, alzamientos…
  • Lista de transiciones de zonas, de actividad global y de eventos proporcionando datos sobre la evolución/distribución en el tiempo de cálculos específicos
  • Reportes de coordenadas de las trayectorias (X,Y,Z)
  • Graficas de evolución de los grupos experimentales y exportación de las imágenes de las trayectorias

 

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Especs.

Computer requirements - Up to 4 arenas

2 GHz multi-core processor (Intel Core™2 Duo, AMD Phenom X2 or higher; Celeron processor not supported).

Computer requirements - More than 4 arenas

3 GHz multi-core processor (Intel i3, AMD Phenom X3 or higher; Celeron processor not supported).

Computer requirements - RAM

SMART is not designed to make use of the RAM memory above the first 4 Gb. The more RAM memory installed in the computer, the longer a data acquisition session can be.

Computer requirements - HD

150 MB of free hard disk space. The more free disk space, the longer the digital video recording can be.

Computer requirements - Graphics

1280 x1024 pixels and 32-bit true color. Screen text size must be set at 96 DPI (100%).

Computer requirements - Operative system

Microsoft® Windows® 7 - 32/64 bits; Windows® 8 - 32/64 bits, Windows® 10 - 32/64 bits

Computer requirements - ports

One free USB 2.0 port needed for the software protection key. Additional USB ports are needed when using a webcam or a USB analog-digital converter. PCI port neede when using PCI digitizer cards.

Computer requirements - chipset

Incompatibilities with VIA chipset have been detected so it is extremely recommended to avoid this chipset in the PC’s motherboard.

Image source supported

Analogue cameras through the analog-digital video converter (CONVANAUSB), USB standard webcam, USB DV camera, WIA-compatible devices with a DirectShow driver included, Picolo Junior 4, U4, U8 and U8 PCI digitizer cards.

Publicaciones

SMART VIDEO-TRACKING

 Nuestras publicaciones las más recientes...

 

  • Ano Y et al. Distillation remnants of shochu, a traditional Japanese liquor, improve pork meat quality by reducing stress. Food Chem. 2020 Jul 15;318:126488. (stress in pigs)
  • Izumi H et al. Oral glutathione administration inhibits the oxidative stress and the inflammatory responses in AppNL-G-F/NL-G-F knock-in mice. Neuropharmacology. 2020 May 15;168:108026. (plus maze)
  • Lajmanovich RC et al. Insecticide pyriproxyfen (Dragón®) damage biotransformation, thyroid hormones, heart rate, and swimming performance of Odontophrynus americanus tadpoles. Chemosphere. 2019 Apr;220:714-722. (larvae activity/swimming)
  • Li W et al. Behavioral abnormalities and phosphorylation deficits of extracellular signal-regulated kinases 1 and 2 in rat offspring of the maternal immune activation model. Physiol Behav. 2020 Apr 1;217:112805. (spatial recognition memory)
  • Llorca-Torralba M et al. Opioid receptors mRNAs expression and opioids agonist-dependent G-protein activation in the rat brain following neuropathy. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2020 Apr 20;99:109857. (open field)
  • Baek SY et al. Network Pharmacology-Based Approaches of Rheum undulatum Linne and Glycyrriza uralensis Fischer Imply their Regulation of Liver Failure with Hepatic Encephalopathy in Mice. Biomolecules. 2020 Mar 12;10(3). (open field)
  • Malikowska-Racia N et al. Behavioral effects of buspirone in a mouse model of posttraumatic stress disorder. Behav Brain Res. 2020 Mar 2;381:112380. (freezing, depression)
  • Yeom M et al. Atopic dermatitis induces anxiety- and depressive-like behaviors with concomitant neuronal adaptations in brain reward circuits in mice. Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry. 2020 Mar 2;98:109818. (plus maze, open field)
  • Arun P et al. Long-Term Effects of Blast Exposure: A Functional Study in Rats Using an Advanced Blast Simulator. J Neurotrauma. 2020 Feb 15;37(4):647-655. (water maze)
  • Liang L et al. Paclitaxel Induces Sex-biased Behavioral Deficits and Changes in Gene Expression in Mouse Prefrontal Cortex. Neuroscience. 2020 Feb 1;426:168-178. (object recognition test)
  • Luo CW et al. Altered anxiety and social behaviors in a mouse model of Fragile X syndrome treated with hyperbaric oxygen therapy. J Clin Neurosci. 2020 Feb 14. pii: S0967-5868(19)31350-5. (plus maze)
  • Wang R et al. Jmjd3 is involved in the susceptibility to depression induced by maternal separation via enhancing the neuroinflammation in the prefrontal cortex and hippocampus of male rats. Exp Neurol. 2020 Feb 18:113254. (open field)
  • You Z et al. Methylphenidate and Morphine Combination Therapy in a Rat Model of Chronic Pain. Anesth Analg. 2020 Feb;130(2):518-524. (open field)
  • Zhang C et al. Autophagy May Be Involved in Fluoride-Induced Learning Impairment in Rats. Biol Trace Elem Res. 2020 Feb;193(2):502-507. (water maze)
  • Boillat M et al. Neuroinflammation-Associated Aspecific Manipulation of Mouse Predator Fear by Toxoplasma gondii. Cell Rep. 2020 Jan 14;30(2):320-334.e6. (predator aversion, live predator avoidance, bobcat aversion, sociability, holeboard test, open field, plus maze)
  • Giralt A et al. Helios modulates the maturation of a CA1 neuronal subpopulation required for spatial memory formation. Exp Neurol. 2020 Jan;323:113095. (Smart JUNIOR, open field, darl-light box, object recognition test)
  • Jiang Y et al. Nicotinamide riboside alleviates alcohol-induced depression-like behaviours in C57BL/6J mice by altering the intestinal microbiota associated with microglial activation and BDNF expression. Food Funct. 2020 Jan 29;11(1):378-391. (locomotion)
  • Kanemaru Y et al. Absence of GIP secretion alleviates age-related obesity and insulin resistance. J Endocrinol. 2020 Jan 1. pii: JOE-19-0477.R1. (locomotion 24h)
  • Kim J et al. Neuroprotective effects of human neural stem cells over-expressing choline acetyltransferase in a middle cerebral artery occlusion model. J Chem Neuroanat. 2020 Jan;103:101730. (locomotion)
  • Lee B et al. Inhibitory effect of carvacrol on lipopolysaccharide-induced memory impairment in rats. Korean J Physiol Pharmacol. 2020 Jan;24(1):27-37. (water maze, open field)
  • Lee JS et al. An Adrenalectomy Mouse Model Reflecting Clinical Features for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Biomolecules. 2020 Jan 1;10(1). pii: E71. (Smart JUNIOR, open field)
  • Luo R et al. Activation of PPARA-mediated autophagy reduces Alzheimer disease-like pathology and cognitive decline in a murine model.Autophagy. 2020 Jan;16(1):52-69. (water maze, open field)
  • Mzhelskaya KV et al. Effects of quercetin on the neuromotor function and behavioral responses of Wistar and Zucker rats fed a high-fat and high-carbohydrate diet. Behav Brain Res. 2020 Jan 27;378:112270. (plus maze)
  • Murasawa H et al. Anxiolytic effects of the novel α2δ ligand mirogabalin in a rat model of chronic constriction injury, an experimental model of neuropathic pain. Psychopharmacology (Berl). 2020 Jan;237(1):189-197. (plus maze)
  • Oliveira LM et al. Depletion of hypothalamic hypocretin/orexin neurons correlates with impaired memory in a Parkinson's disease animal model. Exp Neurol. 2020 Jan;323:113110. (water maze)
  • Pakdeepak K et al. 5, 6, 7, 4'-Tetramethoxyflavanone protects against neuronal degeneration induced by dexamethasone by attenuating amyloidogenesis in mice. EXCLI Journal, Jan 2020; 19: 16-32. (open field, water maze)
  • Ramis MR et al. Chronic Polyphenon-60 or Catechin Treatments Increase Brain Monoamines Syntheses and Hippocampal SIRT1 Levels Improving Cognition in Aged Rats. Nutrients. 2020 Jan 26;12(2). pii: E326. (radial maze)
  • Saiyasit N et al. Gut dysbiosis develops before metabolic disturbance and cognitive decline in high-fat diet-induced obese condition. Nutrition. 2020 Jan;69:110576. (open field)
  • Seo J et al. A pilot study on assessment of locomotor behavior using a video tracking system in minipigs. Exp Anim. 2020 Jan 29;69(1):62-69. (locomotion, minipig)
  • Svensson M et al. Voluntary running does not reduce neuroinflammation or improve non-cognitive behavior in the 5xFAD mouse model of Alzheimer's disease. Sci Rep. 2020 Jan 28;10(1):1346. (open field, plus maze)
  • Won S et al. Sexual dimorphism in cognitive disorders in a murine model of neuropathic pain. Behav Brain Funct. 2020 Jan 4;16(1):1. (open field test, forced swim test, tail suspension test, Morris water maze, novel object recognition test, novel object )
  • Ye JY et al. β-Sitosterol treatment attenuates cognitive deficits and prevents amyloid plaque deposition in amyloid protein precursor/presenilin 1 mice. Korean J Physiol Pharmacol. 2020 Jan;24(1):39-46. (novel object test)

 

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Como pedirlo

SMART3.0 PACKS

SMARTBASIC

76-0695

SMART 3.0 BASIC PACK

SMARTSUPER

76-0696

SMART 3.0 SUPER PACK

SMARTPREMIUM

76-0697

SMART 3.0 PREMIUM PACK

SMART3.0 PLATFORM

SMART V3.0

76-0681

SMART platform including SMARTRC (needs Experimental Modules)

SMART EXPERIMENTAL MODULES

SMARTCS

76-0682

Customizable Experiment Module for any kind of enclosures

SMARTOF

76-0688

Preconfigured Module for Open-field Exp.

SMARTWM

76-0690

Preconfigured Module for Water-maze Exp.

SMARTPM

76-0689

Preconfigured Module for Plus-maze Exp.

SMARTTY

76-0691

Preconfigured Module for T/Y mazes Exp.

SMARTCPP

76-0692

Preconfigured Module for Place Preference Exp.

SMARTFST

76-0693

Preconfigured Module for Forced-Swimming Test & Tail-Suspension Test Exp.

SMARTSI

76-0687

Preconfigured Module for Social Interaction Exp. & Multiple-Subject Extension for SMARTCS (up to 8 animals in a single arena)

SMART EXTENSIONS

SMARTGA

76-0683

Global activity Extension

SMARTMA

76-0686

Multiple Arenas Extension (one animal per arena - more than 100 arenas available!)

SMARTTW

76-0685

TriWise Extension for detection of head, center mass and base-tail

SMARTIO

 

SMART Input-Output Extension - only under customer specific requests

SMART SPARE PART

SMARTRC

76-0694

Remote data acquisition start/stop control (wireless technology)

CAMERAS & ACCESORIES

USB Cable for Digital Camera - 8m

CAMDCCOLOR

76-0761

USB Digital Camera - Color

CAMDCBW

76-0766

USB Digital Camera - Monochrome

CAMDCNIR

76-0768

USB Digital Camera - Monochrome NIR

CAMDCCABLE3

76-0762

USB Cable for Digital Camera - 3m

CAMDCCABLE5

76-0763

USB Cable for Digital Camera - 5m

CAMDCCABLE8

76-0764

USB Cable for Digital Camera - 8m

CAMIRMINI

76-0530

Microcamera with Day/Night led illumination system

CAMWEB2

76-0261

High Resolution WebCam

CONVANAUS

76-0262

Analog/USB Video Converter

CAMROOF

76-0277

Roof Camera Support

CAMTRIPOD

76-0274

Boom Stand for Camera

IMAGE SOURCE DIGITALIZATION

CONVANAUSB

76-0262

Analog/Digital video converter (USB) - for laptop and desktop

FRBOARD3

76-0703

Analog/Digital video converter (PCI board) - only for desktop

EXTERNAL DIGITAL VIDEO RECORDING (cameras not included)

RECORDITMEDIAV1.0

76-1173

RECORDI-IT MEDIA Software (up to 8 cameras)

HUBUSB4

76-1172

HUB for 4 USB Cameras

IPSWITCH8

76-1250

Ethernet Switch for 8 IP Cameras

How to order

Please contact our local delegates or contact us directly for receiving a quote.

 

Descargas

PUBLICATIONS


APPLICATION SHEETS

Puntos clave

  • Soluciones estándares para Neurociencias
  • Trayectorias, Actividad, conductas integradas
  • ¡Uno de los más fácil de usar en el mercado!
  • Flexibilidad, productividad, trazabilidad
  • Soluciones personalizadas para todas aplicaciones y presupuestos
  • ¡Ratio coste/rendimiento óptimo!
  • Grabador de video digital incorporado
  • Control remoto de START/STOP incluido

 

 
 
 
 
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