From a single room in a home to airports and everything in between, Mitsubishi Electric is the prime choice for solutions to the toughest project challenges. Explore our case studies to learn more about Mitsubishi Electric products.
Award winning office building using City Multi VRF 2-pipe heat recovery solution. A combination of standard and 100% fresh air ducted indoor units efficiently & quietly delivers comfort to occupants.
Mitsubishi Electric Nagoya Works used ICONICS GENESIS64™ SCADA software to streamline energy infrastructure management. Real-time visualisation and remote access improved efficiency, reducing downtime and enabling remote work during COVID-19. It saved costs and positions the software for future sustainability goals.
Working with system integrator LED Elektronika Ltd., the Autocesta Zagreb-Macelj Ltd., part of a highway network in the Republic of Croatia located in the European traffic corridor connecting Croatian motorways with European motorway networks, was able to enhance the existing PrecisionX SCADA system on top of the ICONICS GENESIS64 SCADA.
Meir, a suburb in Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire, is home to a 284-meter-long road tunnel on the A50, a major trunk road running almost 100 miles from Warrington to Leicester. The heavily congested district connects Uttoxeter, Nottingham and the East Midlands with Stoke-on-Trent and the M6 Motorway, the UK’s longest, possibly busiest, non-stop motorway.
Scottish Water provides clean, safe and high quality drinking water to 2.45 million households and 154,000 business premises across Scotland. Every day, they provide 1.3 billion litres of clear, fresh drinking water and take away 842 million litres of waste water, which they treat before returning to the environment.
Located in Xi’an, the geographic center of China, Xianyang International Airport (XXIA) is not only the biggest transportation hub in Northwest China, but is also China’s eighth largest airport. XXIA covers over 5.5 square kilometers of land. With a total area of 360,000 square meters, Xi’an Xianyang can handle over 30 million passengers per year.
Illinois-based manufacturer World Wide Fittings (WWF) supplier of steel and stainless hydraulic fittings for end users in construction, agriculture, and heavy equipment, identified the need to improve efficiency within their production processes. WWF automated some repetitive processes with the aid of a Mitsubishi Electric robot, freeing up staff to work on more complicated processes.
The high cost of energy in the manufacturing process led French manufacturer Tefal SAS, to implement ICONICS software suite. The solution handles data from multiple meters, transformers, disparate PLCs and manufacturing data. With its new ICONICS energy management solution, Tefal was now able to automatically accumulate energy consumption by equipment, area and site. The ICONICs software allows Tefal to obtain the insights they need to reduce energy consumption.
PGT, a pioneer manufacturer of impact resistant window and door industry, implemented ICONICS Productivity Analytics software ahead of a planned investment in capital. The software applied to critical production assets to analyze the Overall Equipment Effectiveness (OEE) of the current plant generated insight into improvements in efficiency.
Hayley Manufacturing partnered with Mitsubishi Electric Automation to develop an innovative packing solution using Mitsubishi Electric six-axis robots. The system inserts cardboard top pads into produce boxes, enhancing productivity and reducing reliance on manual labour. This innovation promises long-term adaptability and reliability compared to traditional mechanical inserters.