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  • 21.09.2022
    Wind(ings) of change…
    Electrifying innovation in motor manufacturing with Mitsubishi Electric’s robot solutions.

    Integrating Mitsubishi Electric’s robotic solutions, Horizon Instruments and the Warwick Manufacturing Group (WMG), part of the University of Warwick, have created the first automated solution which combines two key operations in rotor assembly.
  • 07.07.2022
    Innovation in traction power control with Tracklink RTU
    Mitsubishi Electric’s automation equipment is helping London Euston train station futureproof its traction power infrastructure as part of the High Speed Two (HS2) railway line project. A remote telemetry solution for a new substation built around a high-performance iQ-R series PLC equipped with a C Controller module has been jointly developed with system integrator Sella Controls. This will deliver next-level flexibility and interconnectivity for traction power in the station, helping to ensure smooth operations.
  • 08.06.2022
    A place for every robot and every robot in its place
    Robots are continuing to advance significantly, creating a diverse ecosystem of solutions, which support an increasing variety of industries and applications. As a result, future-oriented factories are able to select robotic systems that meet the requirements and goals of virtually any activity. Thanks to its comprehensive range of robots, Mitsubishi Electric can help companies build smart and customised automation solutions that improve shop floor operations.
  • 14.08.2020
    Driving your Digital Transformation!
    The latest digital manufacturing trends are aimed at connecting physical and virtual factory environments to boost productivity, efficiency and profitability. To successfully bridge these two worlds, businesses need to combine a number of cutting-edge technologies on the road to digital transformation.
  • 29.07.2020
    8x greater productivity for IVD supplier thanks to Horizon Instruments supported by Mitsubishi Electric
    Mitsubishi Electric has supported Horizon Instruments in the development of a highly automated well plate filling machine. The solution has boosted operations for a leading provider of immunoassays and in vitro diagnostic (IVD) devices, increasing production yield by 700-800% and is projected to cut waste by half.
  • 17.07.2020
    Cobots maximise return on investment
    Cobots hold the promise of increasing the efficiency and quality of human work, bringing greater reliability, consistency and precision to a variety of manufacturing and assembly operations. However, do these potential benefits hold true for all users?
  • 03.07.2020
    Bringing the edge and cloud together
    Data is at the heart of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and Smart Manufacturing. By setting up suitable platforms to collect and analyse data, it is possible to gain in-depth, unique insights into manufacturing processes that can lead to their optimisation. The most effective setup combines edge and cloud-based platforms to get the best of both worlds.
  • 19.06.2020
    Entry-level robots to kick-start new factory automation projects
    Mitsubishi Electric is expanding its MELFA CR series for cost-conscious robot users by adding a new slim, long reach 8kg load capacity articulated arm model. The RV-8CRL is ideal for anyone interested in economical machines for low-to-medium complexity applications, allowing them to effectively choose between SCARA and six-axis solutions at a similar price point.
  • 11.06.2020
    Mitsubishi Electric drives achieve iFLY high
    When iFLY, the leading operator of indoor skydiving tunnels worldwide, needed new drives to continue delivering its unique experience at the company’s facility in Milton Keynes, it chose a powerful and highly reliable solution from Mitsubishi Electric.
  • 29.05.2020
    Digital food for thought: Smart factories and the use of AI from an automation perspective
    Factory automation has traditionally provided the food industry with faster, more reliable and cleaner production capacity - however, with the advent of the smart factory and commercial AI the factory of the very near future is starting to make production efficiency improvement decisions itself.

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