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NAMAHN and SYMBIO will design the new MOBIRIS dispatching

Friday, June 30, 2017

NAMAHN and SYMBIO are asked by BRUXELLES MOBILITE to design their new MOBIRIS dispatching center.

The dispatching will be installed in the same building than the STIB/MIVB dispatching NAMAHN, SYMBIO and EFFESO are already working on.
The objective is to create an integrated mobility control center for the Brussels region. In this project, SYMBIO will be in charge of analysing, designing and modelling the control room, as well as its furniture.
SYMBIO will use Virtual Reality (VR) as a technique for presenting and evaluating the control room with its future users.
Bruxelles Mobilité is the administration of the Brussels-Capital Region responsible for equipment, infrastructure and mobility issues. The primary challenge is to facilitate economic development – and the growing need for mobility solutions – while improving quality of life and sustainable development.
Bruxelles Mobilité oversees the definition of mobility strategies, projects to develop, renew and maintain public spaces and roads, as well as public transport infrastructure and taxis of the Region. In doing so, it fulfils essential tasks to protect quality of life and sustainable development in the Brussels-Capital region, sometimes in partnership with other bodies.

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