|2016-05-31||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...More|
|2016-04-26||Mitsubishi Electric Europe appoints new Directors for Process Automation and Energy Business - Mitsubishi Electric has invested to strengthen further the business for automation solutions in the process and power sectors with two new appointments. Morteza Seraj has become the new Director for Process Automation. He succeeds Louis Meyer in the position, while Meyer moves to head up a new business field within Mitsubishi Electric as Director, Energy Systems, EMEA, focusing on energy solutionsMore|
|2016-04-21||Preview IFAT - Making optimum use of sewage, waste and renewable resources - Mitsubishi Electric will be presenting its comprehensive engineering expertise as a provider of complete solutions for water, sewage, waste and raw materials management at IFAT 2016 (Hall A5.243). Numerous successfully implemented turnkey and customised EI&C projects, such as water/sewage systems as well as solutions for producing energy from waste, biomass or biogas will be demonstrated.More|
|2016-04-28||Mitsubishi Electric's iQ Platform and Standard PLC Open Function Blocks reduce time to market for packaging machines - Mitsubishi Electric will be using a tubular bag machine to demonstrate its packaging machine engineering expertise at Hanover Trade Fair. The trade fair application is based on Mitsubishi Electric's automation iQ Platform. The system uses predefined function blocks especially for packaging machines which can be used to set up control systems including HMIs quickly and easily. The program ...More|
|2016-04-28||As tactile as a human: Sophisticated handling solution from APT Automation uses Mitsubishi Electric SCARA robot - In the latest robot application from APT Automation, a Mitsubishi Electric overhead SCARA robot demonstrates the tactile skills of a human as it handles delicate products with high sensitivity. Real time control and a force sensor enable the robot to seal test tubes gently and securely with a plastic stopper. Visitors can see the application on the Mitsubishi Electric stand (Hall 17, Stand D38) ..More|