OREANDA-NEWS. Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today that it will exhibit a range of cutting-edge technologies and products at CEATEC JAPAN 2016 at the Makuhari Messe exhibition complex in Chiba, Japan from October 4 to 7. The exhibit will be located at Booth No. 1S27 in the "Community Area" of Hall 1.

Exhibit Highlights
-     Under the theme of "Connecting our inter-connected society to the future─Mitsubishi Electric's advanced technologies that contribute to the realization of a prosperous society," the company will present cutting-edge technologies and products, with multiple exhibits that allow visitors to learn about various innovations hands-on.

-     Mitsubishi Electric will introduce its latest products and technologies that support the society of the future, with a focus on IoT technology deployed in areas such as residence, manufacturing plants, transportation and other aspects of society. Individual demonstrations will include a user interface for voice-activated drawing, aimed at helping people transcend hearing impairment or communicate in foreign languages, and the DIAPLANET TOWNEMS cloud service offering efficient urban lifestyle energy management.

Future communication
-     User interface for voice-activated drawing with hands-on demonstration of spoken words displayed along where a finger is traced on a tablet screen.

Smart life
-     TV demonstration showing how DIAPLANET TOWNEMS will connect various devices and services to enable more comfortable lifestyles and community-wide energy saving. A DIAPLANET TOWNEMS case study, launched as part of the ZUTTOCITY initiative in Tsukaguchi, Hyogo Prefecture, will be shown.

-     Demonstration of a high-precision air-quality sensor that alerts to the presence of PM2.5 microscopic air pollutants.

Smart factory
-     Introduction of the e-F@ctory concept, the company's integrated factory automation solution that helps reduce the cost of developing, manufacturing and maintaining products.

-     Demonstration of the company's new maintenance and diagnosis service targeting laser-processing machines for cutting sheet metal, utilizing IoT to demonstrate the operational status of the machines on a tablet.