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Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation - UK

Travellers Lane
Hatfield
Hertfordshire
AL10 8XB

Telephone : +44 (0)1707 288780
Fax : +44 (0)1707 278695
Email : automation@meuk.mee.com
Web : https://gb3a.mitsubishielectric.com/


Article archive for Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation - UK;

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    Automation meets craftsmanship(04/03/2019)

    Mitsubishi Electric halves Denby Pottery's clay manufacturing times and reduces lost production with a new automation system.

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    Inverters that look after themselves – and your plant equipment(13/02/2019)

    Today’s inverter drives are smarter than ever, able to look after themselves and a range of connected plant equipment such as fans, pumps, motors and conveyors. How then is this achieved?

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    Holistic solutions for smart manufacturing(29/11/2018)

    As digitalisation, Big Data and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) take their course, the classical linear manufacturing model is changing: Complex, integrated networks are developing that aim to achieve higher productivity with lower resource consumption.

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    Continued market growth is testament to the development of PLCs(29/11/2018)

    The PLC versus IPC or PC based control debate has been with us for over two decades now, with commentators making various predictions about the rise of industrial controllers with PC based internals versus purely PLC solutions. Yet according to the latest figures from Gambica the PLC market continues to grow. Mitsubishi Electric PLC Product Manager Hugh Tasker offers some thoughts on why.

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    Cyber-security in the emerging digital world(29/11/2018)

    It seems a long time ago now since various malware attacks on the operational layer changed the security landscape and highlighted vulnerabilities in the de-facto automation architecture. However, as we move along the road towards Smart Manufacturing with a view to improving efficiency, productivity and reliability of supply using the principles of Industry 4.0 and the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), the subject of cyber-security is becoming arguably even more important.

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    Next generation predictive maintenance tools have the edge(15/11/2018)

    Mitsubishi Electric’s latest cloud-based predictive maintenance solution is supported by the AI platform within IBM Watson and implemented with voice control and AR features.

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    Smart condition monitoring helps barley malt producer keep a head(03/10/2018)

    Muntons Malt, one of the UK's largest producers of malted barley has chosen the Smart Condition Monitoring (SCM) system from Mitsubishi Electric to protect fans and motors vital to its large-scale and sensitive production process. Used to make beer, spirits and a range of popular foodstuffs, malted barley is produced in large batches where conditions are critical to a consistent product.

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    Industrial robots access AI via the cloud(21/09/2018)

    Mitsubishi Electric has developed a cloud-based solution for pro-active maintenance based on the AI platform within IBM Watson, which enables the smart analysis of operational data to predict and highlight future maintenance requirements.

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    New widescreen HMIs from Mitsubishi are stylish and feature packed(02/08/2018)

    Mitsubishi Electric has added two new widescreen versions of its popular GOT2000 HMIs to the range.

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    New thermoformer is big on space-saving(12/07/2018)

    Compact automation products from Mitsubishi Electric have helped create a revolutionary new space-saving thermo-packaging machine.

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    Robot arms are getting everywhere…(05/07/2018)

    Recent developments are opening new opportunities and catapulting the industrial robot arm into a journey around the production environment.

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    Mitsubishi Electric bridges UK skills gap with its own training academy(18/05/2018)

    Until now Mitsubishi Electric has been coy about promoting its UK training academy until it had started to deliver real results! Find out more here:

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    Ready Engineer One(08/05/2018)

    The computer games generation was always a refence to teenagers…well it was in the ‘80s and '90s (to save you looking it up, the ZX Spectrum was first launched in the UK in 1982). It’s no surprise then that most engineers working now are comfortable with digital interface technology and that the latest developments in Augmented Reality have quickly been applied to making improvements on the factory floor.

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    Arriving now…the factories of the future(19/04/2018)

    Factories populated by autonomous vehicles and robots working alongside human operators - while this is a utopian vision of manufacturing for many and there are certain industry sectors where the journey to smart manufacturing is a long one, there are factories that operate like this now. So what should we expect from the automation companies and system integrators helping to make it happen? Barry Weller, Product Manager at Mitsubishi Electric provides his view.

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    Next generation predictive maintenance tools have the edge(16/04/2018)

    At Drives & Controls 2018 Mitsubishi Electric presented a cloud-based predictive maintenance solution supported by the AI platform within IBM Watson and implemented with voice control and AR features.