Mr Jean-Pierre FLORY creates SPEC (Société Provençale d'Electronique et de Câblage or Provençal Company of Electronics and Cabling in english) whose main activity is electrical cabling.
At the same time, SPEC begins the handmade production of mechanical signs (patented system in 1977).
SPEC enlarges its skills in various industrial fields, in automatism in partnership with Schneider (first company to join the Club Télémécanique) and the beginning of the industrial supervision. Apart from its extent in France, its activities have won the international market.
The RATP market boosts the destination signs sector with the film signs industrial production (from 1986 to 1996).
SPEC moves in its new premises in Morières-Les-Avignon, the team is composed of almost 15 people. It was the beginning of the "pastilles" signs (black and yellow) and the industrial organization positioning.
Quality System setting up by Mr Nicolas FLORY (founder's son).
First company in Vaucluse department to be rewarded by the ISO 9002 certification obtaining. Change of status from S.A.R.L. to S.A.
Development and commercialization of monochrome LED destination signs.
Addition of one floor to the building in order to welcome supplementary offices, for a structured commercial organization.
Mr Nicolas FLORY takes the head of SPEC while Mr Jean-Pierre FLORY becomes CEO of the Supervisory Board.
The company obtains the ISO 9001:2000 certification.
That same year, SPEC becomes a member of the Schneider Electric Alliance network as an Alliance Partner, industrial System Integrator.
Color LED destination signs.
Beginning of the Passenger Information System in Chamonix (first French network to install TFT screens with real time information).
Both activities are renamed "SPEC Information System" and "SPEC Industrie".
Company expansion, the Information System department moves into a building exclusively dedicated to its activity.
SPEC is 30 years old and employs less than fifty workers.
SPEC obtains the label "Origine France Garantie" for its whole range of LED destination signs manufactured in its plant in Morières-Les-Avignon.
SPEC joins the ITxPT program (Information Technology for Public Transport) for more modularity of its embedded passenger information systems.
The company becomes a partner of Grand Avignon as part of its initiative "Avignon, Terres de Création" to promote the region and is labeled "Made in Avignon".
SPEC obtains the certification ISO 9001:2015.
« We evolved over the years to enlarge our scope and make our way in the public transports activity or in industry activity.
Nowadays, SPEC continues to maintain its adaptation goals to the different markets in constant change ».