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History

History

Key dates in the history of Codra, and more specifically the development of Panorama softwares: SCADA framework.

→ 2020LMJ Laser Megajoule project (Military applications & CEA, the French Atomic Energy Center).
2019
2012
EDF 1300 MW nuclear power plants production control system revamping.
2015New release of Panorama E² version 6
2011Acquisition of Serlog Industries, specialist in embedded IT for the rail and automotive industries, consumer electronics, etc.
2010Revamping of the TAHITI 2 application under Panorama E², demonstrating the confidence of our customers, our international technical competitiveness, and the prospects offered by the global Panorama E² solution.
2009Panorama E² version 4, native 64-bit application under Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Seven. Sales launch of Panorama IT, the dedicated reporting solution.
2007Panorama E² version 3, new HMI (animations, gradients, transparency, commands, etc.).
2003Sales launch of Panorama E².
2001.NET (Web) version of Panorama P² and the first prototype of Panorama E².
2000Command-Control of LIL (Laser Integration Line);
10,000th license deployed.
1999Design of a new type of SCADA system: Panorama Enterprise Edition (E²), based on an object model.
1997Barely one year after its creation, OPC is integrated in the Panorama P² Process Viewer.
19961000th license deployed.
199532-bit version of Panorama P² for Windows NT.
1992Sales launch of Panorama P².
1990First version of Panorama P² under Windows 2.0.
1989TAHITI 2 CEA Valduc project . In order to meet stringent requirements concerning performance, an open architecture, and ease of development for nuclear testing, Codra carried out the TAHITI 2 engineering program which led to the creation of the Panorama P² suite.
1986In order to meet demands for engineering services, Codra is founded by an engineer with a Ph.D. and three IT engineers (still active in the company) who previously worked for the CEA.