Mitsubishi Electric Unveils Seven New Technologies At Annual R&D Open House

Posted: Feb 17 2016, 11:58am CST | by , in News | Technology News


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Headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, Mitsubishi Electric reveals seven new technologies at its yearly Research & Development Open House, with these latest offerings outlined hereby:

i.    Company develops manufacturing technology for virtual validation

This technology reduces on-site adjustment time for up to 75%. This next-generation technology is for the manufacturing industry, and it virtualizes and simulates products’ motion and sensor data in FA controllers – helping for the generation of errors and line stops in virtual environments.

ii.    Company develops artificial intelligence (AI)

This is small-memory artificial intelligence that can be embedded into the systems applications of vehicles and industrial robots including other machines so as to achieve cheap AI systems that performs high-level, high-speed inference in a highly-secured environment. This will be integrated into products sold as from next year.

iii.    Company develops online performance-diagnostic for storage-battery systems

This technology makes it possible for users to measure the performance of storage-battery systems. Through this technology, levels of charging batteries can be remotely ascertained with accuracy, and battery degradation can be monitored remotely. This will be great for electric and hybrid cars, trains and large-scale wind and solar-power generation plants.

iv.    Company develops collision-avoidance for driver-assistance system

This is a perimeter sensing and collision avoidance technology made for the advanced driver-assistance system so that self-driving cars can perform up to the Level 3 requirements for acceleration, steering and braking operation systems in autonomous vehicles.

v.    Company develops aerial for large images midair

This is an “aerial display” that projects images measuring approximately 56 inches diagonally (886mm wide and 1,120mm high) into midair. This is a futuristic visual communication technology for several potential applications in digital signage, entertainment, and many other sectors.

vi.    Company develops cyber attack detection technology

This technology prevents information leakage by monitoring behavior patterns typical of viruses in cases of cyber-attack scenarios, successfully categorizing computer virus behavior into up to 50 different patterns. Symantec warns that up to one million new viruses are created every day, but Mitsubishi Electric’s software can find unknown ones via their behavior and associated damages.

vii.    Company develops robot to manage 492 segment mirrors of telescope

This will be needed to ensure accurate, flexible and safe replacement of segment mirrors for the Thirty Meter Telescope (TMT) scheduled to be constructed on Mauna Kea in Hawaii.

Mitsubishi Electric has over 90 years experience in the manufacture, marketing and sales of electrical and electronic equipment used in information processing and communications, space development and satellite communications, consumer electronics, industrial technology, energy, transportation and building equipment.

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