Press Releases

Press Releases

Mitsubishi Electric at ISE 2020

Mitsubishi Electric will highlight its full range of professional display solutions at ISE 2020. Returning to its customary location at the entrance to Hall 2, the booth will feature  examples from its extensive range of high-end rear projection solutions, professional-grade LCD displays and direct view LED.

Mitsubishi Electric launches next generation LCD display

Mitsubishi Electric will launch the latest version of its high-end LCD videowall system at ISE 2020. The LM55P4 is the latest  iteration of Mitsubishi Electric’s flagship 55” professionalgrade LCD monitor, which has been successfully employed in a wide variety of mission-critical control room installations around the world.

Mitsubishi Electric trims its flagship LCD bezel by 50%

The latest version of its successful LM55 55” LCD videowall has seen its bezel width reduced from 3.5mm to just 1.8mm, bezel-to-bezel.

Major installation in South Africa for Mitsubishi Electric

Three video walls installed in National Pipeline Operating Centre in Durban provide oversight of South Africa’s national fuel pipeline network.

Mitsubishi Electric launches new display range at ISE 2019

Mitsubishi Electric will announce a major expansion of its 4Diamond Grid product line at ISE 2019, together with a number of significant enhancements to its existing range of control room display systems.

Mitsubishi Electric extends 4DG range with seven new monitors to be launched at ISE 2019

The 4Diamond Grid portfolio now includes seven new LCD displays in standard formats from 49” to 98” diagonal, plus tiled video wall and ultra-wide versions. All are designed to be used in demanding professional applications such as control room workstations, crisis suites and breakout rooms.

Videowall makes for plain sailing

Marine technology specialists Brimrun Iceland, Mitsubishi Electric, KVM technologies specialist Adder and controller manufacturer Mauell collaborated on the unusually challenging task of completely modernising the command and control systems of a commercial fishing vessel while it was still at sea off the coast of Africa.

Control Room Technology Workshop visits Belgrade

The popular workshops are the result of a unique collaboration between control room technology specialists Mitsubishi Electric, Adder and Saifor. Belgrade, presented in collaboration with leading Serbian systems integrator, Division Visual Solutions, will be the fifth city to host the workshops following previous successful events in Warsaw, Frankfurt, Stockholm and Rome.

Operational lifespan for Mitsubishi Electric cubes tops 130k hours

Mitsubishi Electric has announced that the operational lifespan of its WE120 DLP cube engine has been increased to an astonishing 130,000 hours, or nearly 15 years of continuous 24/7 operation in all brightness modes, topping the previous industry record of 100,000 hours – already held by Mitsubishi’s WE120 – by nearly 30%.

Mitsubishi Electric direct view LED commands attention

Direct view LED takes a commanding position on the Mitsubishi Electric booth at ISE 2018. Visitors to Hall 2 will be greeted with a massive 11m x 1.6m control room display simulation built using Mitsubishi’s latest display technology, narrow pixel pitch (NPP) LED. The display will be the largest system of its kind yet seen in public.

New native IP-based control room visualization software

Mitsubishi Electric launches a new suite of visualization and management software at ISE 2018. Designed for native IP network-based command and control display architectures, the S-SF software suite enables network-based display systems to operate more efficiently and with greater scalability. 

Mitsubishi adds direct view LED to display line-up

Mitsubishi Electric has announced that the production model of its direct view narrow pixel pitch (NPP) LED screen is now available for shipping. Designed specifically for control rooms and other demanding indoor applications such as TV studio backdrops, the VS-15NP160 (15-NP) incorporates many of the key technologies of its existing DLP and LCD displays, along with several patented features designed to enhance long-term reliability, energy efficiency and performance. 

Mitsubishi Electric screen for Moscow Metro Security Center

Mitsubishi Electric and systems integrator Avilex have supplied the main video wall for the recently-opened Metro Security Center, housed in a former cinema in the Dmitrovskoye Shosse district of Moscow. The centre employs the latest video surveillance and computer vision technologies to monitor over 17,000 cameras covering all the stations and public areas on the Moscow Metro network...

Mitsubishi Electric announces major installation in Hong Kong

Mitsubishi Electric has announced at ISE 2017 it has received an order to install a massive Diamond Vision LED screen on the outer façade of the SOGA Department store in Hong Kong. Measuring over 19 meters by 72 meters, the screen will be the largest and highest resolution LED screen in Hong Kong. 

European debut for Mitsubishi’s innovative control room LED display

Mitsubishi Electric’s latest LED display makes its European debut at ISE 2017. Designed specifically for control room and other demanding indoor visualization applications, the new narrow pixel pitch (NPP) display distills the firm’s 30-year experience with LED display technology with many of the key features of its conventional DLP videowall product line to create a new class of indoor screen.

Mitsubishi Electric focuses on performance and cost of ownership for ISE 2017

High performance with minimal cost of ownership will be the key message for Mitsubishi Electric as it returns to ISE to showcase its latest control room display technologies. Two new products will be revealed at the show; a new addition to its well-established fleet of DLP rear projection video wall cubes and its first narrow pixel pitch (NPP) direct view LED screen designed specifically for control room applications.

Mitsubishi Electric returns to IFSEC for 2016

Mitsubishi’s expertise ranges from security and utilities management, public transport networks, telecommunications, aerospace, factory automation and government facilities.

Mitsubishi Electric expands control room business

Mitsubishi Electric has expanded its command and control displays business development team in southern Europe and North Africa with the addition of two new team members

Mitsubishi launches new UNB LCD at InfoComm MEA

Mitsubishi Electric will launch its latest LCD videowall display at Infocomm MEA. The new LM55 P2 is an advanced ultra-narrow bezel (UNB) LCD display designed for compact control rooms requiring a cost-effective visualisation solution that delivers a near seamless display.

Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. Grows African business.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today the expansion of its business in Africa with the launch of a new Mitsubishi Electric Europe B.V. office in Johannesburg, South Africa. 

Mitsubishi Electric highlights new surveillance systems at IFSEC 2015

Mitsubishi Electric will showcase several recently introduced products at IFSEC 2015, including an advanced range of digital security cameras and a new generation of compact control room displays designed for ultra-reliability and zero maintenance.

Polymedia completes advanced situation centre in Kazakhstan.

Multi-award winning Russian systems integrator Polymedia overcame major technical and logistical challenges to complete a state-of-the-art regional government management and situation centre in the Kyzylorda region of
the Republic of Kazakhstan.

Mitsubishi Electric completes landmark LED install at Sapporo Dome.

Three Diamond Vision screens were installed at the Sapporo Dome in Northern Japan. Two screens above the left and right stands measure 8.64m by 32m, and a further infield screen measures 3.84m by 13.13m.

LED Replacement cubes transform studio set.

Bulgarian systems integrator, UNIVERSAL K Ltd, completed a landmark refit of the Bulgarian Television’s primetime news show using LED-lit DLP cubes from Mitsubishi Electric.

Mitsubishi launches new option for control room display.

Mitsubishi Electric will launch a new range of control room displays at ISE 2015, designed to bridge the gap between high-specification DLP cubes and tiled LCD.

Mitsubishi Electric to Unveil World’s Largest High Definition Video Display

TOKYO, November 18, 2014 – Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will unveil a Diamond Vision display at 1535 Broadway in New York City’s iconic Times Square that exceeds 4k ultra-high-definition pixel density. The screen is a massive 25,610-square feet, and with a pixel density of 2,368 x 10,048, it will be the highest resolution LED video display in the world. 

Introduction VS-60HS12 Slim Cube

Mitsubishi Electric will formally introduce its new “slimline” VS-60HS12 cube at Infocomm MEA (WTC Dubai, October 13-16 2014). Based on the same unique LED light source technology as its widely-used Seventy Series DLP™ cubes, the new cube offers significant economies in both its space requirement and cost of ownership.

Mitsubishi Electric and Bilfinger Mauell announce partnership.

Mitsubishi Electric and display wall control specialists Bilfinger Mauell have announced a formal partnership in advance of next week’s Infocomm MEA show. Both companies will have a significant presence at the event, showcasing the benefits of their combined expertise in high-end command and control applications.

Mitsubishi Electric expands in Turkey

Mitsubishi Electric establishes new permanent sales office in Turkey for its command and control display systems.

A22 traffic management system

Autobrennero User Assistance Centre Upgraded Cleverly designed display system brings new lease of life to existing traffic management system.

FC Spartak Moscow

Mitsubishi Electric has completed the installation of its Diamond Vision LED screens at a new home stadium of Spartak football club, Otkrytiye Arena in Moscow. The two 172 square meter screens are placed at the opposite ends of the 42,000-seat capacity stadium, at its northern and southern stands.