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In collaboration with a school for the visually impaired, Mitsubishi Electric has designed an experimental remote-control interface which allows people to use the equipment with ease, making use of tactile senses to recognise shapes intuitively and the movements of various commands.
Our Air Conditioning division supported Poldi Pezzoli Museum of Milan with our VRF system to ensure artworks preservation and proper visitors comfort, respecting architecture bonds of the buiding.
During the last annual event being the R&D Open House held at the Tokyo International Forum, Japan, Mitsubishi Electric presented an innovative orientation system for within buildings which make use of light projections
Amongst the worldwide lift manufacturers, making lifts for the highest sky scrapers, Mitsubishi Electric has been awarded three Guinness World Record ®.
Last December Mitsubishi Electric presented seventeen products at the "Sixth international conference on universal design" to the Nagoya Congress Centre.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has thus developed a quick and practical solution for event organizers, enabling them in real time to estimate areas at risk of excessive congestion and thus act accordingly with adequate countermeasures.
One of Mitsubishi Electric's goals on a global level is to implement IoT technologies that can make a useful contribution to the progress of society, and at the Combined Exhibition of Advanced Technologies, CEATEC JAPAN 2016, the company presented a range of cutting-edge products to educate visitors on the various innovations in the field.
The new Hybrid City Multi VRF System (HVRF) is the world's first and only two-pipe system for simultaneous cooling and heating with R2 heat recovery, which combines the advantages of the direct expansion system with those of a traditional hydronic system.
Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announces the development of new technologies for the world’s fastest elevator at 1,230 metres per minute, or 20.5 metres per second.