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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.

John Paul College

JPC began implementing efficient water management practices five years ago. This innovative school then chose VRT Systems to assist them to introduce world's best practice to their commitment to sustainability.

VRT celebrates 25 years

2012 marks the 25th year of business for VRT Systems. We began life in 1987 in Perth as Vector International Pacific (VIP). The focus of our business at that time was as distributors and integrators for the MacroView SCADA product.

CETA

VRT Systems is pleased to announce that we have entered into a Systems Integrator Agreement with Combined Energy Technologies Australia (CETA), to provide systems integration services in Queensland for CET's energy management and communications products.

The Edge Dashboard Display

Energy Management is becoming an increasing priority for so many of our customers. In the last few months, we have delivered a wide range of services and Energy Management Systems (EMS) projects for customers including:

Tux, the Linux Mascot

Many multi-vendor integration projects involve interesting challenges, but it is rare to be involved in an experience like this.

Longwall Shearer

Business applications are now being delivered based on 3D games technology and the latest Microsoft Windows Presentation Foundation software.

Australian Department of Defence

The original Regional Utility Management System (RUMS) was completed in 2003. Since then, the system has grown in size and functionality, with the latest upgrade being completed recently by VRT.

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