OR Technologies prides itself on delivering large scale smart lighting projects across the globe. Take a look at a few of our success stories below.

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Telstra HQ

Smart Sensor Qty: 8,000

Key Project Deliverables: Plug-and-play Lighting Control | Smart-phone Optimisation

The home of Telstra for over 25 years, 242 Exhibition St is currently undergoing major upgrade works, in collaboration with owners Investa, to support Telstra's transition to Future Ways of Working. This initiative sees next generation working solutions enabling business improvement and transformation, making employees and the working environment more dynamic, integrated and collaborative than ever.

The Organic Response solution facilitates this transition, offering a more flexible, agile and comfortable working environment, whilst delivering significant sustainability benefits. There is also deep engagement with next generation IoT services that can be delivered on the lighting control platform.


Sunshine Coast University Hospital

Smart Sensor Qty: 15,500

Key Project Deliverables: Plug-and-play Lighting Control | Local Manual Over-ride | Local BMS Integration

Located on Queensland’s Sunshine Coast, this new multi-billion dollar teaching hospital has revolutionised healthcare in the region. Opening its doors on March 2017, patients and staff alike were treated to the very best in human-centric lighting control within corridors, nurse bases, offices, open plan spaces and reception areas. The simplicity of deployment, and scalability of the system architecture, were key attributes leading to the choice of the Organic Response solution.

Of special note were the local BMS integration requirements of the lighting control platform, that were achieved via the deployment of over 1,200 Ethernet Gateways for remote, time-based schedule control and response.



Smart Sensor Qty: 3,500

Key Project Deliverables: Plug-and-play Lighting Control | Cloud-based data integration

Located at the heart of Melbourne and above the city’s largest transit terminal, the 699 Bourke Street development is a 12 storey, 19,000m2, A-grade office building and the home of AGL Energy since mid-2016. The development has achieved a 5-Star NABERS rating and a 6-Star Green Star rating.  

The Organic Response solution was integral in assisting both Mirvac and AGL achieve their operational and sustainability goals. AGL have continued their commitment to innovation, having utilised the latest technology developments in the Organic Response platform to achieve cloud-based integration with workplace management platform, Serraview, to improve workplace space utilisation.



Smart Sensor Qty: Stage 1 = 1,000

Key Project Deliverables: Plug-and-play Lighting Control

In 2016, the owners of QV1 embarked on modernising the base building systems in one of Perth’s most iconic buildings. The mandate was to provide services consistent with the “premium status” of the building. For this Harry Seidler-designed building built in 1991, it was a natural move away from a traditional networked lighting control system, to a wireless, peer-to-peer Organic Response-enabled solution.

The result was an agile, connected and flexible workspace offering to new and prospective tenants that, along with the other premium attributes of the building, extended to sophisticated user experience into the NLA. We continue to work with the building owners and management team to provide this solution as the base build standard.