Things have been moving at a healthy pace in the Project Haystack environment.

VRT is continuing on its recent path of bringing digital disruption to some traditional industries. This time, the buildings industry.

VRT recently conducted a very successful exhibition stand at the IPWEA International Street Lighting + Smart Controls Conference. Our stand attracted many of the delegates not only to see our new TransLEDer luminaire but also to see our unique Smart City Dashboard.


Venue: Australian Technology Park, 2 Locomotive St., Eveleigh, Sydney.

The VRT exhibition will focus on the very topical aspects of:


VRT would like to congratulate four of our premium customers on their recent and amazing, Australian first achievements of winning impressive GBCA (Green Building Council of Australia) Green Star awards in their respective categories:

VRT and Opticomm have formed an alliance to deliver the broadest set of integrated ELVS (Extra Low Voltage Systems) to smart buildings/precincts/cities available in the market.

More details shortly.

VRT Multires Monitor

High rise residential buildings (or MDU - multiple dwelling unit) are increasingly being designed with sustainability as a core goal, and often as a consequence, are increasingly complex from a monitoring and control perspective. And that's just the greenfield projects.

Common User Interface

The provision of a Common User Interface to a large number of related sub-systems is a growing requirement in many industries. VRT has been active in this area for many years.