+ Establishes a strategic partnership with TripleCyber, Israeli cybersecurity specialist.
+ Strategic repositioning of the Group to support a new focus on digitalization, autonomous vehicles and cybersecurity.
+ Establishes a partnership with CyberX, an Israeli start-up specialising in the Internet of Things (IoT).
+ Opens SOC Cyber offices in Roanne.
+ Establishes GECI Advanced Technologies, based in Israel and focused on cybersecurity, specifically in the autonomous vehicles sector. The company signs its first contract in transport.
+ Acquisition of ETUD Integral, a company specialising in design, engineering and prototypes, particularly for the automotive, transport and street furniture sectors.
+ Acquisition of Groupe Eolen, a high- tech consulting and services company.
+ The group redeploys its engineering, IT and training activities to Europe, Asia and Africa.
+ GECI International sells its aeronautical engineering activities in Europe and withdraws from its aeronautical construction activity.
+ Launch of the Skylander program in Lorraine, a multi-mission light aircraft entirely designed by GECI International, in agreement with the public authorities.
+ Acquisition of a majority stake in the capital of Reims Aviation Industries.
+ The group represents a workforce of more than 1000 people and a turnover of more than 60M €.
+ The group continues its internationalization and lists on the second market of the Euronext Stock Exchange in Paris.
+ Launch of first draft aircraft and proprietary products.
+ The group, now known as GECI International, is accelerating its growth and internationalising. It takes the lead in structural analysis and computer-assisted simulation extending its services to include design and development. This is the beginning of the creation of a worldwide network of experts and consultants of very high level who will participate in many projects in the aeronautics, transport, energy sectors.
+ Creation of GECI, with an innovative specialty: the computer-aided analysis of structures with NASTRAN, software developed by NASA for the conquest of space and widely applied to the transport industries.