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Mitsubishi Electric Factory Automation - UK

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    Meeting the automation challenges of smart manufacturing(13/08/2019)

    It is worth stating that implementing smart manufacturing is a very worthwhile exercise, successfully applying a level of smart manufacturing will bring greater efficiencies and flexibility to any given production process. It is also a significant step toward ‘futureproofing’ a production enterprise.

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    Cloud based SCADA – from an OEM you trust(18/07/2019)

    By transferring its multi-faceted MAPS SCADA/HMI solution to a secure cloud-based app, Mitsubishi Electric is offering potentially the best of both worlds; an advanced solution that is flexible and easy to integrate, but is also well supported, stable and secure in operation.

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    Explore the future of digitalisation with real industry insight(15/07/2019)

    Mitsubishi Electric is hosting a national event where visitors can explore the very latest technology being applied in smart manufacturing and discover how leading companies from a variety of industrial sectors are navigating their path towards digitalisation.

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    Robots take their pick in plastic moulding application(03/06/2019)

    A Mitsubishi Electric robot/PLC/HMI combination has provided PCE Automation with an ideal solution for its latest take-out system for plastic injection stretch blow moulding (ISBM) machinery.

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    How to fully integrate manual assembly cells into ERP and MES systems(29/05/2019)

    Poka Yoke (the Japanese term for mistake-proofing) is used to describe pick-to-light systems for manual assembly work. Mitsubishi Electric has moved the concept several steps forward to create Guided Operator Solutions (GOS) that essentially use a controller-based system of active assembly instructions and sequenced parts supply from bins to help operators perform picking and assembly tasks faultlessly every time.

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    CC-Link IE TSN launch at Hannover Messe(24/05/2019)

    During the event, Mr. Masaki Sakuyama, Chairman of Mitsubishi Electric, visited the CLPA’s stand and discussed the impact of the CLPA’s latest open industrial Ethernet technology, CC-Link IE TSN, on the factories of the future.

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    Converging at the Edge(03/05/2019)

    Why should we be happy to embrace Edge computing so soon after we got used to the cloud, IoT, Industry 4.0 etc…?

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    Free app provides convenient monitoring of Mitsubishi Electric inverters(01/05/2019)

    Mitsubishi Electric has introduced a new app for iOS tablets and smartphones that provides convenient commissioning, maintenance, troubleshooting, parameterisation and monitoring support for the company’s FR-F800E and FR-A800E inverters.

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    Mitsubishi Electric launches an HMI for extreme environments(15/04/2019)

    HMIs have been widely used to facilitate operator control within the factory environment for many years; however, the growing application of automation outside the factory means that HMIs are expected to operate in much harsher, more demanding applications than standard products are used to. To address these needs Mitsubishi Electric has added a new ruggedised variant to its HMI product range.

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    Automation plays a blinder for craft brewers(09/04/2019)

    The perfect beer is a harmonious blend of art and science! Sadler’s Ales, a historic Black Country brewery, has adopted an automated process control solution from Mitsubishi Electric to improve productivity quality consistency of its craft beers.

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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.