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Mitsubishi Electric News November 2017
At this year's SPS / IPC / Drives show in Nuremberg, Germany, 28 - 30 November 2017, Mitsubishi Electric is going to present their news about trend topics, such as digital transformation, OEE, predictive maintenance and monitoring / analysis tools for drive, control and robotics, energy management as well as collaborative and cooperative robots. As one highlight, Mitsubishi Electric will show its new Linear Transfer System, developed together with our e-F@ctory Alliance partner APT Automation.

Linear Transfer System
At SPS IPC Drives 2016 Mitsubishi Electric presented the prototype of a high-speed linear transport system developed together with e-F@ctory Alliance partner APT Automation, which came up with a number of interesting innovations, most notably the "Smart Carriages", intelligent transport trolleys. Supported by Mitsubishi Electric's automation platform, the Smart Carriages can be easily integrated into holistic automation systems.

Since then, there had been many developments to optimize the concept, which the partners will officially present at this year's SPS IPC Drives show.

Advanced technology: Solutions for smart condition monitoring - predictive maintenance
With its ready-made Smart Condition Monitoring Kits (SCM kits), Mitsubishi Electric offers a powerful complete solution for easy integration into existing applications. Compared to conventional monitoring concepts, the modular Plug & Play system not only analyses classic machine data such as temperature, but also vibration-related parameters. Typical applications for the SCM kits are pumps, compressors, fans, conveyor belts, but also processing equipment from different industries.

Always the right answer - Servo Open Network
Whatever you are looking for, with the flexible availability of servo systems with open network connection you always have the right answer for the challenges of tomorrow. Your advantage: Whether EtherCAT, Profinet or Ethernet / IP - you now have a compatible and powerful drive solution at hand for all systems.

It is your choice: With Mitsubishi Electric's MELSERVO MR-J4 Series you will meet the changing global performance requirements of today's high-end motion / control machines in a single solution.

Quality management and digitalisation in manual assembly operations
At SPS IPC Drives 2017, Mitsubishi Electric is highlighting how its Guided Operator Solutions for manual assembly applications drive improvements in quality and productivity. These Solutions also enable the seamless transfer of production data from manual assembly operations to higher level enterprise systems, supporting the digital transformation within manufacturing.

Last, not least
Nowadays no company can afford not to focus on the trend topics Industry 4.0 and IIoT. With its e-F@ctory concept, Mitsubishi Electric has been focusing on digital transformation for some years. Thanks to e-F@ctory Mitsubishi Electric can support their clients in the development of projects in the field of industrial automation and information technology following the demands of digital transformation. Speaking about digital transformation for the automation business, we especially look at collecting, bundling, understanding and correctly interpreting data volumes; all relevant components need to communicate with the highest possible transparency.

Mitsubishi Electric provides this transparency on based on its extensive product portfolio, which is unique in the automation market for its consistency and integrated technology.
We are thus able to pave the way for future challenges such as OEE, predictive maintenance and analytics, and to support your company in its long-term success. Let us advise you on how we can support you in your processes of digital performance.


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Local Editorial Responsibility: Garry Lewis, Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., UK Branch, Automation Systems Division
Main Editorial Responsibility: Andrea Intveen, Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V., Factory Automation - European Business Group

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