Research attributed to the Société Industrielle des Métaux et du Bois Bernard (Wood and Metal Industrial Society Bernard – formerly the Adolphe Bernard establishment*).
It is a scale model created during the development of the S.I.M.B. 12, the successor of the S.I.M.B. 10 with the same metallic cantilever wings**. This formula was certainly too innovative for a fighter at that time (1926) and finally led to the end of the development of this type of fighter - the pilots preferring to fly traditional bi-plane fighters rather than monoplanes.