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Mitsubishi Electric to Showcase Society 5.0 Vision at CEATEC 2019Will introduce cutting-edge technologies aimed at addressing social issues


TOKYO, September 11, 2019 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will showcase its vision of Japan's Society 5.0 by means of hands-on exhibits and demonstrations at CEATEC 2019, taking place at the Makuhari Messe exhibition complex in Chiba, Japan from October 15 to 18. Underpinned by Mitsubishi Electric's Maisart®* brand of AI technology solutions, the company's vision incorporates the creation of value aimed at addressing social issues through the use of technology in the categories of "Life", "Industry", "Infrastructure" and "Mobility". Mitsubishi Electric will exhibit on stand A007 in the Total Solution Area of Hall 5, and its displays and exhibits will be presented under the theme of "Mitsubishi Electric and Our Future - Society 5.0 and Sustainable Development Goals Seen from the Present."

  1. * Mitsubishi Electric's AI creates the State-of-the- ART in technologyMaisart

Highlights of the exhibition will include:

    • New Augmented Reality (AR) photo/video capture experiences for use on social media and the AR multi-lingual "SwipeTalk Air" application
    • "Life Solutions Concept" presented by Mitsubishi Electric
    • Multi-lingual speech recognition solutions to support and assist overseas visitors to Japan
    • "KOTSUMON" AI technology allowing specific motion sequences in videos to be identified
    • Large Aerial Display Signage, for deployment in the entertainment and communication sectors
    • Experience-based concept car EMIRAI4 for the Smart Mobility era

The stand will feature exhibits in the following categories:

  1. Life
    • For smooth communication that transcends language barriers and disabilities: voice-activated drawing app "SwipeTalk"
  2. Industry
    • Hygienic Touch Operable Aerial Display ─ screens that people can interact with without physical contact
    • Energy-saving diagnosis and maintenance work that does not rely on intuition and experience: e-F@ctory solution for visualization of production lines using AR
  3. Infrastructure
    • For advanced automated and labor-saving inspection of social infrastructure: the Mitsubishi Mobile Monitoring System for Diagnosis
    • High-definition live video transmission test using 5G communications in the 28GHz band
  4. Mobility
    • Sensing technology that can accurately detect obstacles even in heavy fog or rain
    • High-precision positioning systems enabling the automated operation of agricultural machines, drones, etc.: QZS-compatible high-precision Positioning Receiver AQLOC


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