Mitsubishi Electric: Empower Your Organization with the State-of-the-Art Automation

Scott Summerville, President
Over the last decade, automation has grown by leaps and bounds almost across all industries. Especially, industrial or factory automation stands out as the most prominent example of how technology can be embraced for the ease of work. Some of the promises that factory automation brings with it include improving efficiencies in processes, reducing operational costs, and developing new digital services for customers. Taking a closer look at industries that have significantly proven to have benefitted from the adoption of automation is a clear testament to why more and more industries should join the league. Industry 4.0 is about a collaborative effort between humans and robots. Thereby, the constant lookout for a promising partner is inevitable as businesses desire to equip themselves with the latest technology in the market more than ever. However, there’s one company that has continued its rich legacy for almost a century now and can be credited with the advancement of energy-efficient products and technologies.

Enter Mitsubishi Electric.

With the mission of bringing about “Changes for the Better,” Mitsubishi stands for creating a brighter future for society, industry, and all facets of life through innovation. In doing so, Mitsubishi Electric has been leveraging cutting-edge factory automation through varied products for years now. The product portfolio includes controllers, drive products, power distribution and control products, electrical discharge machines, electron beam machines, industrial robots, and more. Mitsubishi Electric Automation, Inc.—a U.S. affiliate company of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation—offers a wide range of factory automation products, solutions, training, and support services for the industrial and commercial sectors. The affiliate company draws on more than 75 years of experience in the automation industry. A broad product portfolio includes programmable automation controllers (PAC), programmable logic controllers (PLC), human machine interfaces (HMI), variable frequency drives (VFD), servo amplifiers and motors, control software, computerized numerical controllers (CNC), motion controllers, robots and low-voltage power distribution products.
Scott Summerville, President of Mitsubishi Electric Automation, believes that the company brings higher productivity and quality to the factory floors. The extensive service networks of Mitsubishi Electric across the globe provide direct communication and comprehensive support to customers. Its industrial robots are armed for productivity— MITSUBISHI MELFA industrial robot fits for cell manufacturing with high speed and high precision performance and combines intelligent technology.

Some of the mentionable products that uphold the factory automation systems are the Q Series programmable controllers and simple application controllers. Mitsubishi’s industrial robots include vertical and horizontal type robot, MELFA Smart Plus, environment-resistant specifications type, micro working, intelligent options, and few more varieties of robots. The Q Series PLCs allow system configurations that match the scale and objectives of the production site. MELFA Smart Plus has easy connectivity with PLCs and FA equipment. Moreover, the FX series can be easily used in all places where control is required, be it home, office, or factory. Added to this, Mitsubishi Electric’s industrial robots are compact and fast and have the ability to manage heavy loads, both in terms of weight and functionality.
The latest models in the line-up are equipped with a collision detection function that is used to automate a growing number of production facilities.

Mitsubishi Electric is a step ahead of others when it comes to making lasting social contributions as a global and green company. Whilst pursuing a vibrant and affluent society, the company vehemently applies its expertise in offering state-of-the-art technologies in different business segments. Its e-F@ctory solution makes ‘smart factories’ a reality through IoT-based big data. This solution optimizes manufacturing by connecting equipment and devices used in development, manufacturing, logistics, and analyzing data collected.

The company strives on the mission of continued innovation and improved technologies by applying creativity to all aspects of its business. Based on seven prominent principles of trust, quality, technology, citizenship, ethics and compliance, environment, and growth, Mitsubishi Electric is on its way to achieving “something better.” With a promise to make an even better tomorrow, the company works with its customers toward an initiative of a greater path of success.

Company
Mitsubishi Electric

Management
Scott Summerville, President

Description
With the mission of “Changes for the Better,” Mitsubishi stands for creating a brighter future for society, industry, and all facets of life through innovation. Addressing that, Mitsubishi Electric has been leveraging cutting edge factory automation through varied products for years now. The product portfolio includes controllers, drive products, power distribution and control products, electrical discharge machines, electron beam machines, industrial robots, and many more. The company brings higher productivity and quality to the factory floors. The extensive service networks of Mitsubishi Electric across the globe provide direct communication and comprehensive support to customers