Press Releases

  • 26.07.2018
    Six-axis robot turn 3D printing into an art form
    A project at the Centre for Fine Print Research (CFPR) based at the University of the West of England, (UWE) Bristol UK is looking at 3D printing from a totally different angle - where the emphasis is placed on meaningful expression, rather than the accurate reproduction of digital data. A flexible Mitsubishi Electric articulated arm industrial robot is at the centre of the project...
  • 17.05.2018
    Effective control of water distribution networks and processing facilities
    IFAT 2018, 14th –18th May 2018, Munich, Hall C1 / Stand 440

    Since incomes for operating companies and government authorities in the water industry are either fixed or hard to change, reducing costs is a strong driving force behind any investment. At the IFAT exhibition 2018, Mitsubishi Electric is presenting its life-cycle management solutions that can support overall efficiency by reducing ...
  • 27.02.2018
    Faster time to market
    Consistent data exchange between electrical wiring and control software through AutomationML
    Mitsubishi Electric has implemented the AutomationML interface within iQ Works, the integrated software suite for programming Mitsubishi Electric automation products. AutomationML represents an important step-change in the way complex equipment is designed ...
  • 30.11.2017
    Full suite of special function CPUs for MELSEC iQ R PLC
    Automation platform supports the digital transformation of manufacturing
    Mitsubishi Electric is highlighting the benefits of the PLC as a platform for automation, with a complete set of dedicated CPU modules for the MELSEC iQ R Series PLC. A CNC CPU module and a robot control CPU now complement the existing options for analogue and digital I/O, motion, positioning, process control, safety and ...
  • 29.11.2017
    Quality management and digitalisation in manual assembly operations
    At SPS IPC Drives 2017, Mitsubishi Electric’s Guided Operator Solutions for manual assembly applications will demonstrate how improvements in quality and productivity can be achieved. These solutions also enable the seamless transfer of production data from manual assembly operations to higher-level enterprise systems, supporting the digital transformation within manufacturing.
  • 29.11.2017
    Mitsubishi Electric previews extension to its range with collaborative robot
    Supporting humans with a full complement of robot features and equipment on board

    At SPS IPC Drives from 28 - 30 November 2017 in Nuremberg, Mitsubishi Electric is setting up a demonstration of production in an Industry 4.0 environment that will include a new collaborative robot, working together with an operator without safety barriers.
  • 03.11.2016
    Guided Operator Solutions enhance quality control process for air conditioning manufacturer
    The need to maximise quality, productivity and efficiency on production lines and in manual assembly cells is a challenge faced by much of manufacturing industry. It has been met at Mitsubishi Electric Air Conditioning Europe by employing Guided Operator Solutions from sister company Mitsubishi Electric, Factory Automation.
  • 31.10.2016
    Solutions for Industry 4.0 presented by Mitsubishi Electric at SPS IPC Drives 2016
    At the forthcoming SPS IPC Drives Expo Mitsubishi Electric is showcasing a portfolio of integrated automation components and services developed to help customers realise their individual business objectives. Visitors to this year’s booth can explore new application solutions that enable the automation and digitalization of industrial processes and also exchange ideas ...
  • 25.08.2016
    New Contact Image Sensor from Mitsubishi Electric is at VISION 2016 Expo
    The new high-speed contact image sensor (CIS) offers a compact, distortion-free alternative to line scan cameras. It will be featured on the Stemmer Imaging GmbH exhibition stand E52 situated in Hall 1 at VISION 2016 in Stuttgart from 8-10 November and supported by Mitsubishi Electric representatives at the show.
  • 31.05.2016
    New solution from Mitsubishi Electric
    High-speed contact image sensor offers compact, distortion-free alternative to line scan cameras.
    Mitsubishi Electric has responded to the needs of the surface inspection market, in particular within the print industry, with the launch of a high-speed version of its contact image sensor (CIS), distributed under the name Mitsubishi Electric Line Scan Bar...