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Profit and production in automation solutions stole the show at PPMA

Profit and production in automation solutions stole the show at PPMA
The PPMA show this year was very successful for Mitsubishi Electric, as the company demonstrated the benefits of advanced automation systems and solutions for packaging machinery. Taking centre stage visually was a Proseal GT0 automatic in-line tray sealing machine, equipped with high-speed heat sealing technology, touch screen HMIs, PLCs, drives, servo control and robot handling.
16th October 2017

New concept in robotics for predictive maintenance

New concept in robotics for predictive maintenance
EMO 2017 saw Mitsubishi demonstrating innovative predictive maintenance possibilities for robots that can reduce operational costs, increase asset productivity and improve process efficiency. The cloud-based solution is based on the AI platform within IBM Watson, which enables the smart analysis of operational data to highlight maintenance requirements.
2nd October 2017

Addressing the need for fast control of machine tools

Addressing the need for fast control of machine tools
How important is the need for fast, precise and affordable control of machine tools for complex machining applications with a new range of CNC systems? Mitsubishi Electric is addressing this with the the M800 and M80 controllers, which offer superior functionality and intuitive usability. Enabling users to boost productivity in application areas such as automotive manufacturing, medical component machining and other sectors requiring a combination of high throughput and reliability.
27th September 2017


Human orientated machine operation demo at EMO 2017

Human orientated machine operation demo at EMO 2017
Mitsubishi Electric is providing a glimpse of the future with human orientated monitoring and training for CNC machines at EMO 2017, using smart devices offering direct integration with machine control systems. Developed as a pilot project with the Fraunhofer Institute for Production Technology IPT, the demonstration on the Mitsubishi Electric stand shows how smart tablets and smart glasses can be used as the user-interface with a CNC controller on a 5-axis CNC machine to support the user on a new digital level.
26th September 2017

MV-R Connect wire-cutting machines feature new-gen control

MV-R Connect wire-cutting machines feature new-gen control
  Mitsubishi Electric has announced the unveiling of two wire-cutting machines with a new control and simplified operation at EMO 2017. A new option that displays the output of numeric values as easy-to-read graphics - much like in an aircraft’s cockpit - is now available.
25th September 2017

Solutions for the digital transformation of production

Solutions for the digital transformation of production
In an increasingly competitive manufacturing environment, businesses need flexibility, improved productivity, and the capability to make gains in efficiency and reductions in down-time. Mitsubishi Electric is showing how these requirements can be met with a focus on connected production systems, intelligent control systems, Edge Computing solutions and smart services at EMO 2017.
22nd September 2017

Automation platforms deliver productivity in food production

Automation platforms deliver productivity in food production
  For food and beverage manufacturers there are many benefits in rationalising their automation vendors. Using a single source of supply for automation components can play a big role in improving flexibility and reducing downtime. However, as Jeremy Shinton, Mitsubishi Electric explained, an automation system can be much more than just the sum of its parts.
21st September 2017

Can an automation system be more than just the sum of its parts?

Can an automation system be more than just the sum of its parts?
  Mitsubishi Electric’s Barry Weller argues that it can and that the age of the PLC platform is now bringing a host of benefits that extend far beyond ease of programming and simplicity of integration.
13th September 2017

Delivering solutions for digital transformation at EMO 2017

Delivering solutions for digital transformation at EMO 2017
  The Mitsubishi Electric stand at this year’s EMO Hannover will provide visitors with the opportunity and experience to benefit from ongoing digitalisation at a manufacturing level. The theme ‘e-F@ctory – pushing business further’ covers a wide range of technologies aligned to current challenges in the machine building sector.
30th August 2017

Finding the needle is IIoT’s biggest asset

Finding the needle is IIoT’s biggest asset
They have always been established as the best way of providing up to the minute information about processes, and it didn’t take long for users to realise that there is more to HMIs as the data held within controllers and HMIs was a goldmine that could help them maximise efficiency and minimise down-time.
16th August 2017

Mitsubishi aids intelligent manufacturing in China with e F@ctory

Mitsubishi aids intelligent manufacturing in China with e F@ctory
  Support and products have been provided by Mitsubishi Electric Corporation to the recently completed e‑F@ctory demonstration zone within the Changshu Innovation Centre for Green and Intelligent Manufacturing, aimed at promoting intelligent manufacturing in China.
4th August 2017

Mitsubishi looks to bid on offshore transmission asset

Mitsubishi looks to bid on offshore transmission asset
Selected as the preferred bidder for a new offshore electricity transmission link in Europe, Mitsubishi Corporation (MC) is a global integrated business which operates businesses across a number of industries. The new offshore electricity asset, Burbo Bank Extension Offshore Wind Farm, MC's fifth such project in the UK, is situated approximately 25km off the country's north western coast.
2nd August 2017

Interactive robot application receives the coveted Cannes Lion

Interactive robot application receives the coveted Cannes Lion
‘Threebots’, Mitsubishi Electric’s interactive robotic installation has been awarded with the coveted Silver Lion in Cannes. ‘Threebots’ has already received several awards since its installation at the German branch in Ratingen. In November 2016 Mitsubishi Electric was honoured with the ‘Red Dot: Grand Prix’ award for its outstanding robot application.
26th July 2017

Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) can solve down-time problems

Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) can solve down-time problems
Predictive maintenance is the best answer to minimising the risks of equipment failure, however, monitoring practices in the past have been expensive, problematic and at worst, unreliable. The solution is to switch to what Mitsubishi Electric refers to as ‘Smart Condition Monitoring’, a system which can connect to rotating equipment and provide plant-wide 24-7 monitoring.
25th July 2017

The journey towards Industry 4.0

The journey towards Industry 4.0
Mitsubishi Electric Europe is one of many companies heading towards digitalisation, and here Hartmut Pütz, President Factory Automation EMEA at Mitsubishi Electric Europe talks about the digital transformation of industry. He focuses on the effects on manufacturing businesses, especially at a production level, and how customers will benefit from innovative Mitsubishi Electric solutions.
21st July 2017

Integrations for new packaging machinery demonstrated at PPMA

Integrations for new packaging machinery demonstrated at PPMA
The use of a ProSeal GT0 automatic in-line tray sealing system will be helping Mitsubishi Electric on its stand at PPMA, to demonstrate how the most advanced high-speed heat sealing technology and robots are becoming far easier to deploy. The advanced functionality, simple integration and ease of programming of its automation technologies are being shown to deliver tangible benefits – both for machine builders looking to gain a competitive edge and for end users looking to increase productivity and flexibility.
19th July 2017

Robots make sure there isn’t a screw loose

Robots make sure there isn’t a screw loose
Working together Mitsubishi Electric and system integrator TQC have built a new production line for a customer where robots and automation have been combined with an OEE monitoring system to ensure assembly and testing work is carried out as efficiently and effectively as possible.
14th July 2017

Mitsubishi is on the road to digitalisation

Mitsubishi is on the road to digitalisation
Let’s take a minute to picture a world where everything connects, an Industry 4.0 utopia, all parts are interlinked and co-exist with each other. This is what the main aim and vision of Industry 4.0 is, companies should be trying to achieve this throughout and eventually the whole industry would be able to connect together.
4th July 2017

Processing and packaging solutions the focus at PPMA

Processing and packaging solutions the focus at PPMA
Attending the PPMA exhibition 2017, Mitsubishi Electric has the intention to show a series of innovative system solutions for processing and packaging applications. Each system is designed to boost productivity, increase efficiency and improve quality - using the latest PLC controllers, servos, HMIs and robots.
30th June 2017

Smart Condition Monitoring aids pharmaceutical manufacturers

Smart Condition Monitoring aids pharmaceutical manufacturers
Boosting productivity and minimising down-time is the ultimate aim for pharmaceutical manufacturers. Frequently now with the goal of moving from batch production to continuous operation, Neal Welch, Life Science Sales Manager, Automation Systems Division at Mitsubishi Electric highlights the importance of smart condition monitoring technologies.
15th June 2017


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