The Symbisa is a multipurpose device sensor, developed by British company Hanhaa, that is designed for use with a wide variety of monitoring and tracking gadgets.
This multipurpose sensor kit is based on the Scratch programming language, which was developed by MIT to cater to kids. This means that using the interface is as simple as knowing how to drag and drop. However, more advanced users can make use of the expansion slot, which allows for the incorporation of other kinds of sensors for a wider array of applications.
Ultimately, the Symbisa is designed to appeal to anybody who might have really cool ideas for Internet of Things applications, but might lack the technical expertise and know-how to turn their idea into a real tech product.