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NAMAHN, SYMBIO and EFESO will design the new STIB/MIVB dispatching

Wednesday, July 06, 2016

The consortium built by NAMAHN, SYMBIO and EFESO gets a 3 years contract for the integration of five transportation dispatchings into a single integrated control center.

 
The new dispatching will incorporate the Metro, Tram and Bus dispatchings, with the Field Support and Energy/Infrastructure units.
SYMBIO will mainly be in charge of the analysis, design, modeling and evaluation of the control room, as well as of furniture, including the work consoles.
 
In this project, SYMBIO will resort to Virtual Reality (VR) to help vizualizing, exploring, evaluating and validating the future dispatching's models.
 
About STIB/MIVB
The Brussels Intercommunal Transport Company (Société des Transports Intercommunaux de Bruxelles, STIB - Maatschappij voor het Intercommunaal vervoer te Brussel, MIVB), founded in 1954, is the first urban public transportation company in Belgium.
 
Every day, its some 1,200 vehicles serve the 19 municipalities of the Brussels-Capital Region and 11 suburban municipalities. STIB covers a surface area of 241,5 km². The company provides transport for over 1,100,000 inhabitants, in addition to the thousands of commuters.
 

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