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Informations actuelles

  • 27.09.2023
    Mitsubishi Electric Launches Global Awareness Campaign About the Relevance of Factory Automation Systems
    Mitsubishi Electric has started a global awareness campaign using a series of illustrative stories, each accompanied by a striking visual, aimed at a broad audience not only from the manufacturing industries. The company hopes to bring readers to understand the relevance of factory automation to them in their everyday lives, as well as providing manufacturers with a vision of a future enabled by the use of factory automation. The materials will be used in a variety of marketing activities, ranging from websites to exhibitions and advertisements.
  • 12.09.2023
    Drive your digitalisation with a cost-competitive and user-friendly controller
    Mitsubishi Electric’s new MELSEC FX5S PLC is designed to support businesses on their digital transformation journey, offering a cost-effective, easy-to-use control solution. The latest addition to the MELSEC iQ-F series of compact, high-performance PLCs is ideal for simple, straightforward applications in the food and beverage, water and machining industries, for example. It offers Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) functions for effective entry-level industrial automation applications.
  • 15.08.2023
    Start your engines with next-level data processing
    Companies in the Automotive industry have always been at the forefront of innovative manufacturing practices. To remain at the cutting-edge, they rapidly adapt and adopt the latest developments in technology. This approach equips them to face evolving market demands as well as supply chain challenges. The next step to driving the competitiveness and profitability of manufacturers even further is integrating real-time data generation and management within all aspects of car and part production. This is what Lucas Majewski, Global Director of Automotive/EV Industry, Factory Automation, at Mitsubishi Electric, outlines in the videocast “Trends in Automotive – Data means Energy”.
  • 04.07.2023
    Mitsubishi Electric to Add Second Production Building in Owariasahi, Aichi
    Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced on June 20, 2023, that it will invest an additional 42.5 billion yen, or approximately 275 million euros, to construct a second production building for the manufacture of factory automation (FA) control-system products at Owariasahi City, Aichi Prefecture part of its Nagoya Works campus. The initial investment, announced on March 28, 2022, was for a single production building due to start operations in April 2025. This plan is now being expanded to add a second production building with a planned start of operations slated for April 2027. Overall, this increases the total cumulative investment to 55.5 billion yen, or approximately 360 million euros.
  • 23.05.2023
    Enabling Li-ion battery manufacturers to turn data into efficiency gains
    The demand for lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) is continuing to skyrocket, driven by the growing market for more sustainable e-mobility solutions. For LIB cell manufacturers to get the most out of the current opportunities, they need to be able to quickly deliver high volumes of quality products while maintaining a low environmental impact. Klaus Petersen, Director – Automotive & Lithium Battery Industries, Factory Automation EMEA at Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., explains how digital technologies can help LIB manufacturers in this pursuit in the videocast “Lithium-Ion Batteries: From data to competitive advantage”.
  • 04.05.2023
    Smart cocoa processing that hits the productivity sweet spot
    Companies in the food and beverage industry are grappling with a number of challenges that can prevent them from thriving in today’s marketplace. However, there are real opportunities for these manufacturers to optimise and improve their operations using data science. Malte Schlüter, Global Director for Food & Beverage and Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) - Factory Automation at Mitsubishi Electric Europe, explores how during his exclusive videocast interview ‘Food and Beverage industry: Can cocoa be smart?’.
  • 18.04.2023
    Digital manufacturing technologies help to overcome global hurdles
    In the last few years, the global manufacturing industry has faced unprecedented challenges, driving companies to rethink how they can maintain a competitive edge and maximise profitability. In these testing times, how can manufacturers transform their operations to meet customer demands and thrive in today as well as tomorrow’s marketplace? This is the question that Hartmut Pütz, President - Factory Automation EMEA at Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., answers in his exclusive videocast interview “Digital Manufacturing in times of challenges”.
  • 28.03.2023
    Mitsubishi Electric’s stand at Interpack is a chocolate box of robotic automation perfection
    Mitsubishi Electric will highlight sweet spots for its smart solutions in the food packaging industry with a range of chocolate-filled demos at Interpack 2023 in Hall 6, Stand A40. From 4th-10th May, visitors will be able to learn how the company’s motto ‘Automating the World’ can be applied to drive the productivity and competitiveness of the consumer packaged goods (CPGs) sector.
  • 01.03.2023
    Visualization, monitoring and management of plant utilities result in savings of nearly EUR 70,000 over five years
    Famiel Confectionery Co., Ltd., a confectionery manufacturer in Japan, has implemented energy management and demand monitoring at its main factory after introducing Mitsubishi Electric's energy saving data collection server "EcoWebServerIII". In addition to allowing Famiel to lower the contracted power supply level, the expansion of energy saving activities through real time visualization of electricity, gas, and water consumption led to a significant reduction of the overall utility costs – a total of some 10 million yen (approximately EUR 70,000 with exchange rate at 0.00696) over 5 years.
  • 07.02.2023
    Mitsubishi Electric’s AI solution unleashes the full potential of shop floors
    The innovative data science tool, MELSOFT MaiLab (Mitsubishi Electric AI Laboratory) helps companies drive productivity improvements on manufacturing lines. The new solution offers an intuitive, operator-centric platform that leverages artificial intelligence (AI) to automatically optimise operations while maximising equipment monitoring, visibility and diagnostics.

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