The operation of IT equipment is accompanied by the generation of electromagnetic (unintentional), radiated and driven emissions that can carry information processed by the equipment. It is possible that by intercepting and processing these emissions it can be rebuilt the processed information, which leads to their compromise. To eliminate this hazard, IT equipment which processes classified information must comply with secondary emissions requirements.

Tempest systems

Adapting IT equipment to meet the INFOSEC secondary emissions requirements consists of making some modifications to ensure electromagnetic shielding of certain components of the equipment and/or the introduction of filters on power and data lines so that secondary emissions will be cancelled or reduced.

BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY designs and manufactures the entire set of IT equipment in TEMPEST technology, in accordance with national TEMPEST and NATO SDIP 27 A, B or C standards.

The assessment and testing of the parameters in our own laboratory is done both during the technological process of making the modifications for the purpose of eliminating the secondary emissions and at the end. It is necessary to measure the parameters in order to verify that their level falls within the limits set by the regulations in the field.

ORNISS certifies TEMPEST equipment and issues a bulletin for each item following the analysis of a conformity assessment in an accredited national laboratory.

Zoning systems and TEMPEST analysis laboratories

The concept “NATO Zoning Procedures” defines an attenuation measurement procedure, according to which, individual rooms within a security perimeter can be classified into Zone 0, Zone 1, Zone 2, or Zone 3, which then determines what shielding test standard is required for equipment that processes secret data in these rooms.

The TEMPEST Analysis Laboratory provides complex measurements in the 100Hz to 18GHz frequency range, as well as conformity assessment metrics with current NATO TEMPEST standards defining three levels of protection requirements:

  • NATO SDIP-27 Level A (formerly AMSG 720B) and USA NSTISSAM Level I

“Compromising Emanations Laboratory Test Standard” This is the strictest standard for devices that will be operated in NATO Zone 0 environments, where it is assumed that an attacker has almost immediate access (e.g. neighbouring room, 1 m distance).

  • NATO SDIP-27 Level B (formerly AMSG 788A) and USA NSTISSAM Level II

“Laboratory Test Standard for Protected Facility Equipment” This is a slightly relaxed standard for devices that are operated in NATO Zone 1 environments, where it is assumed that an attacker cannot get closer than about 20 m (or where building materials ensure an attenuation equivalent to the free-space attenuation of this distance).

  • NATO SDIP-27 Level C (formerly AMSG 784) and USA NSTISSAM Level III

“Laboratory Test Standard for Tactical Mobile Equipment/Systems” An even more relaxed standard for devices operated in NATO Zone 2 environments, where attackers have to deal with the equivalent of 100 m of free-space attenuation (or equivalent attenuation through building materials).



TEMPEST and Electromagnetic Shielding services

BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY ensures analysis, design and execution on all levels (equipment, convention hall, building and mobile) for electromagnetic shielding/TEMPEST.



Member of The Romanian Business Association of the Military Technique Manufacturers, BlueSpace TECHNOLOGY aims to develop new technological capabilities, as well as to implement the newest and most modern defense systems.

Indoor shooting range

These systems are designed for the dynamic and scalable training of the shooter and to meet the training needs of military and governmental organizations.


Infantry shooting range

The military training system, with an integrated and modular design, is developed with a wide range of stationary and moving targets that are correlated with an integrated pull management system.

 Stationary or mobile targets may be exhibited in a variety of modes, with combined motion of rotation and/or of descent/lifting. Movable targets can be moved at an adjustable speed and acceleration of up to 30 km / h and can be combined with different rotating or descending / lifting functions.


Armored cabins and armor elements

Armored cabins for guard post provide good circular visibility, efficient thermal insulation and indoor climate comfort. Full or partial armor is designed and implemented according to its destination and purpose (available up to BR6).


Containers and ruggedized transport boxes

 Designed to transport and ensure the use of IT equipment in various work environments (shocks, vibrations, excessive moisture, saline, etc.), they are useful in missions with a military or special purpose company to increase mobility and mission efficiency.


Jamming systems for convoy security

In order to mitigate the threat of attack by remote controlled improvised explosive devises while traveling by vehicle, our convoy jamming system was created. The system covers frequency bands up to 3GHz as well as the main mobile communication channels, providing a protection area of up to 200 meters.



Integrated security

Adapting to the demands of today’s market needs, coupled with state-of-the-art technology, we have introduced and implemented the concept of consistent security architecture.

Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF)

Used in the military environment or intelligence services, it provides total protection against transmission or recording audio/radio signals transmitted in that room.

Mobile phone detection and locking system for prisons

Modular system for detecting and measuring the communication parameters of the transmission line of mobile phones.It has the role of detecting, blocking in the near field and accurately detecting the area where there is GSM / UMTS / CDMA radio activity (voice, sms, mms and data).