July 2010: French startup Picviz Labs was created to edit its software Picviz Inspector.

April 2015: ESI Group acquired Picviz Labs assets and then relaunched Picviz Inspector as INENDI Inspector.

May 2022: ESI Group in collaboration with ENSAM released the software as open source.


ENSAM is supporting the project by providing resources such as the CI/CD server running on their Cassiopee HPC platform.


2012: Version 3.0, presented at Les Assises de la cybersécurité won the innovation prize.

2017: France Cybersecurity label was awarded during the Forum on Cybersecurity (FIC).

2020: Thales Group presented the software to French interior minister Christophe Castaner during the FIC.