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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.
2016Launch of Panorama Suite 2016, including new solutions Panorama COM and Panorama HISTORIAN.
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.