Our solutions include the permanent test facility which allows to collected sensor data and find timely some weaknesses in the system units, the 3D LAB with most advanced technologies for modeling and rapid prototyping that enable permanent modernization of our sensor and system units for flexibility and adaptability to customer wishes and needs and the Pipeline protection system, which is effective and cost saving.


Anti-drone system ADD-400-1

Anti-drone system ADD-400-1 is designed to: damage by means of metal fragments low-flying drones in flight; jamming the GPS navigation of the drones and can be used for the protection of military or civil infrastructure from drone air surveillance and military or civil infrastructure from drone attack.

Gateway Buoy system

In 2018, the Underwater Monitoring and Management System (Gateway Buoy System) has been successfully completed. It is designed to be used at depths of up to 100m in a marine environment with possibilities to: receive and execute commands using bidirectional a radio or hydroacoustic channel; rise to the water surface according to a program or by command sent via a hydroacoustic communication channel; transmit the hydrological information gathered by its own sensors and receive commands and information to be used for reprogramming of its operational mode; transmit hydrological information to a boat or shore station via a satellite communication channel; receive and retransmit commands via a hydroacoustic and combined radio-hydroacoustic channel.

Jammer for underwater communications RACK-CS

RACK-CS is designed to: register the availability of communication signals in a maritime area; receive and analyze hydro acoustic signals emitted in the full frequency range of the systems for underwater communication; be activated remotely via a cable, when information for possible underwater targets is received from a radar, a sonar, by visual means, etc.; emit a series of pulses with tonal interference; provide non-isotropic emitting of signals – omnidirectional radiation in the horizontal plane and directed radiation in the vertical plane.

Permanent test facility

The permanent test and demonstration polygon allows the sensor and sensor system long-standing evaluation. The polygon enables the test of sensor hardware functionality and the sensor software recognition abilities at a variety of external weather conditions. The condition of permanent tests enables accumulating consistent data on the change in the operation of each sensor and the sensor system under conditions as rain, snow, fog, very low and very high temperatures, which is impossible in the usual test climate chambers. In addition the polygon allows simulation of various scenarios under different environmental conditions and test functionality of the system, the identification of problems and consequently improves the sensors and/or system vulnerabilities.


IMS 3D LAB is division of the HIGH-TECH IMS LTD. The LABs purpose is to develop 3D printing in Bulgaria and offer top quality 3Dprinting and modeling services. As part of the Bulgarian Academy of Science the Laboratory for 3D Modeling and Quick Prototyping will work for the development and shaping of the modern future of the country. Our goal is to show the people the unlimited possibilities of the 3D printing technologies and to develop and establish the LAB as the prime 3D printing, modeling and prototyping organization in the country. We offer wide range of services from printing your models to giving life to your ideas.

Pipeline protection system

The purpose of Pipeline Protection System (PPS) is to detect, recognize, and visualize warning information about malicious and potentially harmful events and objects in the area of the pipeline, allowing informed decisions and taking adequate countermeasures. The system consists of main stations spaced along the length of the pipeline. The system is designed on a modular basis, allowing for the repair, replacement and expansion with additional elements without affecting the overall performance. Communication between the modules and positions is carried out in two independent channels - primary and backup. The main communication channel is based on the transmission of data over fiber optic cable and a backup radio network.