Current Projects

Workright has incubated various businesses spanning diverse industries from entertainment, broadcasting, television, and telecommunications technologies.

Here are just some of the many inventions and new entities we have assisted in reaching commercialisation of their products/services.

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BSMART is a South Australian company that excels in the design, production and commercialisation of unique breakthrough technologies in Waste Management and Recycling to serve the global construction sector and lower carbon emissions.

Demolition, mining, agricultural waste and bio-solids generate significant waste materials, BSMART reclaims that waste, converting it to high quality “green bricks”.

BSMART manufactures non-kiln fired bricks on site, at minimal cost. Waste creates unnecessary landfill and uses valuable land, BSMART reduces waste, and reclaims land for commercial use.

Kiln fired or cement bricks, pavers and tiles generate high carbon emissions, but BSMART manufactures bricks, pavers and tiles with minimal carbon emissions.

Research and Development partners include University of South Australia, University of Adelaide, Nyrstar and SA Water

Spinergy generates power by Working With the Earth®.  Its core technologies, Spinergy® and HydroSpinergy®, include a range of new products, processes and services which have domestic, commercial, industrial and infrastructural applications.  Spinergy’s renewable “clean” energy generation technologies provide inline generators in infrastructure pipes, and/or in situ power to drive instrumentation or telemetry equipment. Spinergy is cheaper, safer, easier to install, and more reliable and robust once in operation. Ideal for smart meters, for commercial agriculture and for large infrastructure pipelines. Simplicity of design, scalability and robustness of construction and a longevity of 12-15 years makes Spinergy products particularly appealing for remote sites. Minimizing maintenance and maximizing savings over alternative pico and femto power generation systems.

Portable power when and where you need it.  Silent operation, no carbon emissions and friendly on the environment.

  • 100AH SLA battery *
  • 1000w 12v to 240v invertor*
  • Digital LCD volt/amp meter
  • 240V AC 50HZ pure sine wave output (Australian power socket)
  • 2 x 12V DC output sockets
  • Solar panel input socket
  • Wind turbine input socket
  • Hydrospinergy® input socket
  • Mains charger input socket
  • IP 56 weatherproof plastic enclosure
  • Automatic overload protection
  • Low battery cut-out
  • Fan cooled
  • Built in carry handles
  • Wheels on larger model
  • Hardware mounting kit available for permanent installation

More details please see these articles:

Portable power when and where you need it
Mini Poster Never fear blackout
Mini Poster Easy to store



Digislide excels in the design of innovative technology and products for the projection industry. The Digislide project has been managed by Workright Australia over many years, from infancy to market penetration.

This process has included intellectual property protection advice, market research, VOC reports, business and marketing planning, corporate and financial advice, and introduction to investors.

The result of high quality incubation has been global acknowledgement at the ANZA Technology Network Conference, in Silicon Valley, in November 2005, where Digislide was awarded the Guy Manson Award for the “Hottest Technology” for their Digismart Miniature Projection Technologies. Since that time Digiside has won the ABC New Inventors Judge and Viewers Award, and been designated a “Top 100 Global Innovator” by the leading technology analysts, the Guidewire Group.

Trace Optic Technologies is developing revolutionary broadcasting and television technologies. Workright Australia has provided financial modeling, consulting, corporate structure and corporate affairs advice.

See more:  Trace Optics website

Asian Theological Seminary is a leading higher learning institute based in Quezon City, The Republic of the Philippines.

The Workright / GEM College Team has built a branded Online Campus for ATS, and is currently assisting with the preparation for their Executive Master of Business Administration program to be uploaded onto the ATS Online Campus

The Great Australian Sausage is a livelihood project, being operated through the Registered Charity, Safe Haven, which is based in Quezon City, The Republic of the Philippines.

Workright / GEM College is assisting with business consultancy advice, executive mentoring, provision of personnel and management training