SYMBIO gets a contract for a visual control room at Roissy Charles De Gaulle airport

03 Apr 2019
SYMBIO wins a new contract with French Air Navigation for the design of new consoles for the South Traffic visual control room at Roissy Charles De Gaulle airport.

SYMBIO starts developing SYM Lab and SYM View virtual reality (VR) software

11 Mar 2019
SYMBIO has started developing the new SYM Lab and SYM View virtual reality (VR) software for control room and console design

SYMBIO gets a contract with Schneider Electric

10 Jan 2019
Schneider Electric subcontracts SYMBIO for helping digitally improving operational and business processes at APA, a gas transporter and energy company in Brisbane, Australia.


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SYMBIO helps developing the Holides European project

Thursday, March 01, 2012

SYMBIO contributes to the development of the HoliDes European project, to be submitted in the Artemis framework on September 6, 2012. HoliDes (Holistic Human Factors and System Design of Adaptive Cooperative Human-Machine Systems) ( continues the effort started with D3CoS ( on the design of cooperative human-machine systems. SYMBIO played a very significant role in developing D3CoS, which makes their involvment in developing HoliDes very natural. In HoliDes, the focus is on the development of Adaptive Cooperative Human-Machine Systems (AdCoS), including adaptive automation, and on their certification, through the use of methods, techniques and tools (MTTs) provided through a Human Factors Reference Technology Platform (HF-RTP). Holides will integrate 31 European project partners (companies, institutes, research centers,...) in 7 countries. The total budget of the project is 23.28 M€.


ARTEMIS is a Joint Undertaking implementing the Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs) in the fields of embedded systems and nanoelectronics research. In its Seventh Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration activities, the European Union supports a number of Joint Technology Initiatives (JTIs). In the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT), ARTEMIS has been established in 2007, aiming at public-private partnerships between industry, a number of EU Member States and associated countries, and the European Union.

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