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2017-06-15 - Smart Condition Monitoring helps pharmaceutical manufacturers drive for world class OEE scores

As pharmaceutical manufacturers look to boost productivity and minimise downtime, frequently now with the goal of moving from batch production to continuous operation, Neal Welch, Life Science Sales Manager, Automation Systems Division at Mitsubishi Electric highlights the importance of smart condition monitoring technologies.


2017-03-08 - The immediate future for automation in the food industry The immediate future for automation in the food industry

Chris Evans, Marketing and Operations Group Manager at Mitsubishi Electric – Automation Systems Division UK comments on what to look out for now and what is just round the corner in terms of automation for the food and beverage industry.

2016-06-03 - Industrial automation training from Mitsubishi Electric reflects software advances in control systems and HMI screen design

The 2016 programme of Training Courses from Mitsubishi Electric has been released. It features a new course in GX Works3 and an updated course in GOT 2000, alongside many of the established basic and advanced learning opportunities for professional engineers.

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  • 2016-03-08 - Mitsubishi Electric content preview for D&C Show 2016

    Mitsubishi Electric will be demonstrating the advantages of fully integrated automation on Stands D544 and its robots on D982 at the Drives & Controls Exhibition (NEC, Birmingham, 12-14 April 2016).

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  • 2015-07-31 - Virtual power plants - A reliable source of energy for the future.

    The amount of electricity produced using renewable energy sources is subject to fluctuations, making the network unstable. Conventional power plants can be used to balance out the situation. However, the problem with these is their negative CO2 balance and lack of flexibility. Virtual power plants can ensure stability by automatically combining renewable energy sources based on availability.

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  • 2014-07-30 - Making baked products manufacturing fit for the future: Productivity and efficiency through data transparency

    Pressure on prices is rising in the bakery market. Of particular concern is the increasing pressure from the discounters who are competing with cheap products baked freshly in store. At the same time, productivity and profit margins are low in the food processing industry in comparison to other producing industries.

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  • 2014-06-02 - Mitsubishi Electric’s M2M solution opens up a new world of communications

    Machine-to-Machine (M2M) communications holds the key to a new paradigm of industrial automation and production. Jeremy Shinton, Product Manager – Business Solutions & Software for Mitsubishi Electric, explains how.

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  • 2014-05-16 - Making bakery production future-ready thanks to data transparency

    At this year’s trade press days in Karlsruhe, Mitsubishi Electric switched the focus to the bakery industry with its presentation “Increasing Productivity through Automation Technology in the Food Industry”.

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  • 2013-01-01 - Mitsubishi Electric technology helps train future engineers

    A process industries training rig, built at Humberside Engineering Training Association (HETA) uses Mitsubishi Electric PLCs, HMIs and control software to provide a range of different educational scenarios for students and apprentices.

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  • 2012-05-02 - Intergrated Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution drives major energy savings – May 2012

    To combat rising energy costs Trelleborg has installed a Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution with integrated MX4 Energy software to monitor and control the plant’s energy use.

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  • 2012-03-27 - Intergrated Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution drives major energy savings

    To combat rising energy costs, Trelleborg's flagship Industrial Anti-Vibration Mounts plant in Leicester, UK, has installed a Mitsubishi Electric SCADA solution with integrated MX4 Energy software to monitor and control the plant's energy use.

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  • 2011-09-01 - Versatile I/O at minimum outlay

    Mitsubishi Electric’s range of process I/O has been strengthened with the launch of the ST Lite series, a powerful addition to the Melsec ST series. With approvals already granted for a wide range of industrial and marine automation applications, the ST Lite is smaller and more cost effective than the ST series, easier to configure, and works with all major fieldbus protocols.

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  • 2011-05-28 - MAPS project versus Traditional project in cost and time

    Background information/Details - Add on to press text "MAPS dramatically reduces your engineering effort and costs throughout the life cycle of the plant"

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