About Us

WBS Technology has been operating in Australia since January 2011 as a solutions provider of quality energy efficient LED emergency lighting and exit signs. As a leading Australian manufacturer, all our products are designed and developed in-house by our Research and Development engineers that are stringently tested that ensures product reliability and longevity.

Not only do we pride ourselves in supplying the market with affordable, quality products backed with a warranty that is double the industry standard, we continually strive at challenging ourselves, raising the bar in developing the next generation of lighting solutions towards our pursuit for excellence.

Our growth has not only been attributed to a strong focus on the integration of intelligent technology but more importantly the people whom we employ and their passion to excel in what they do best.

At the heart of everything we do, we keep our customers in the forefront in delivering exceptional services with the best solutions in meeting their needs and a culture which strives to create loyal customers for life.

Our Core Values

Research & Development

WBS is an Australian tech startup applying its years of industry knowledge and expertise as an emergency lighting manufacturer to develop new technologies designed to promote their core values of sustainability, transparency, safety, education and quality in the building infrastructure industry.

WBS Technology strives to research and develop state-of-the-art technologies designed to digitally transform buildings and building management.


2018 - ACS Digital Disruptors Award

ACS Digital Disruptors Awards

ACS (Australian Computer Society) is the largest professional body in Australia representing the ICT sector. WBS Technology was awarded the Gold Disruptor award for Service Transformation for the Digital Consumer:

A Service Transformation project is a project that uses innovative ways to change how an organisation provides their services to the consumer. The project identifies the Process Improvement, Change Implementation and Management techniques use. The project provides a better digitally based experience to the customer with measurable controls and outputs.

Research Partnerships

UNSW (The University of New South Wales)

WBS is partnered with UNSW to collaboratively research innovative, secure and robust Smart Building IoT solutions.

Research Grants

ARC Linkage Project, Australian Research Council

Lightweight security framework for Low-Power Wide-Area Network (LPWAN).
This project aims to design and implement a lightweight security framework for Low Power Wide Area Networks (LPWAN). Smart cities are estimated to have a worldwide market value of US$1.5 trillion by 2020, and LPWAN will provide connectivity to 90% of low bandwidth, smart city applications such as smart metres and smart buildings. Many of these applications are deployed in mission-critical infrastructure such as airport, train station, hospital and government campuses, which have strong security requirements. Before the ubiquitous deployment of such new technology, a strong security framework needs to be developed and implemented to minimise enormous economic and social consequences of future malicious attacks to LPWAN.

Innovation Connections, Australian Government

The implementation and evaluation of a meshed LoRa network for smart buildings.

TechVouchers, NSW Government

The implementation and evaluation of a Zigbee network for smart buildings.

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