BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY qualified for IPCEI ME/CT

BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY – qualified following pre-selection by Ministry of Economy for Project of Interest Common European in Microelectronics and Communication Technology (IPCEI ME/CT)

Bucharest, March 07, 2022: BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY is one of the 8 companies in Romania, qualified following the preselection made by the Ministry Economy for the Project of Common Interest European in Microelectronics and Technology Communications (IPCEI ME/CT). For projects of microelectronics in Romania will be invested 500 million euro, through the National Recovery and Resilience Plan.

The project we proposed within the program IPCEI ME/CT funding, addresses some extremely important areas and in a fast process of development within the European Union, namely: micro electrics and cybersecurity. The title of the project is: “SoC – based solution for future cryptographic communication systems and security in new quantum process of innovation”, whose concept scientifically makes a significant contribution to the objectives. The Union, integrating into the development plan of internal technological resources, strengthening the chain value of electronic components and systems in Europe. In addition, the field of microelectronics and the advance technological from this branch of modern engineering It is increasingly an efficient industry

energy, thereby meeting the Union’s objectives for an ecological and sustainable development.

The project will be developed in partnership with “Dunarea de Jos” University of Galati [], with which BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY [] has developed over time unique projects, being an essential partner in collaborations dedicated to research, development and innovative implementation, meeting real needs, current of contemporary society.

What will we do?

The project will start in 2022 and will have an implementation period of approximately 5 years, until the end of 2026, when it will be completed with the First Industrial Deployment (FID), following in 2026 start mass production of micro cryptocurrency.

The value of the project was estimated at 11 million €, including costs for construction of a factory dedicated to the production of microelectronic devices.

In this project we aimed to make the device to encrypt the information we develop in present with digital certificates to be transformed into a microchip to be widely used in the field of cryptographic, by integrating a micro Cryptor into everything electronic devices. Thus, we respond to a need real generated by the severe risks that attacks cyber networks have lately erected them on the territory of Europe and beyond. Protection of transmitted information continuously in a society dependent on communication is imperative to enable communities to function and develop in a normal pace, and today’s technologies allow R&D companies innovative to implement optimal, necessary solutions and sustainable to facilitate the community.

In view of the Union’s objectives, the project was developed in such a way that the research part of itself be independent from the implementation phase, and the factory built will also be able to serve in the future for development of new products based on microelectronics.

An extremely important aspect is the European Union initiative to lay the foundations of a complete industry

independent of external resources. That’s why we Through the proposed project we want to contribute to

strengthening the microelectronics value chain, encouraging the development of the technological process on

the territory of the Union but also building facilities for education, manpower and collaboration between Member States.


“Important projects of common European interest” (IPCEI) is a key strategic instrument in terms of concerns the implementation of the Union’s industrial strategy European. IPCEI brings together knowledge, expertise,

financial resources and economic players across the globe Union, to prevent possible systematic failures

of the market and societal challenges that otherwise would not could be addressed. IPCEI is addressed through consortia large-scale European in strategic value chains key, showing projects closely connected to each other

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Bluespace Technology started its activity in 2016 in the private defense industry and offers its customers, from the position of market leader, IT security solutions, electromagnetic shielding solutions, software applications and engineering solutions, radio and telecommunications. The company has in its portfolio the RENAR accreditation according to which, through the TEMPEST measurement laboratory and shielded enclosures, it meets the requirements of SR EN ISO/IEC 17025:2018 and the ORNISS accreditation. It is certified as a manufacturing entity in the field of TEMPEST, with TEMPEST evaluation capabilities, in accordance with the Methodology for accreditation of entities performing production activities in the field of TEMPEST – INFOSEC 15. At international level, BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY is the Romanian company that managed to meet all the criteria imposed to be recognized at EU level as a TEMPEST manufacturer and that met the NATO accreditation criteria.

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