TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO:6503) announced new technologies, outlined below, at its annual Research and Development Open House held today at its headquarters in Tokyo, Japan.
New Technology Uses Model-based AI Learning to Control Equipment
Learns autonomously how to control equipment
The company announced today that it has developed a technology that uses model-based artificial intelligence (AI) to control equipment autonomously.
Touch-based Interface for Remote Controls to Enable Both Blind and Non-blind to Easily Operate Devices
The company announced today that together with a school for the visually impaired it has designed an experimental remote-control interface that enables people to easily operate equipment by using their sense of touch to recognize the intuitive shapes and movements of various controls.
16-beam Spatial-multiplexing Technology and Achieves 25.5Gbps
Throughput in 5G Base Station
To contribute to ubiquitous connection of devices via broadband transmission
The company announced today that it has developed a 16-beam spatial-multiplexing technology operating at 28GHz for fifth-generation (5G) mobile base stations and that it has demonstrated what is believed to be the world’s first 5G system to achieve 25.5Gbps for one user device at 28GHz with 500MHz bandwidth.
Intelligent Wireless Communication Technology Supported with
Will help reducing IoT device sizes and power consumption
The company announced today that it has developed the world’s first wireless communication technology capable of automatic optimization using its Maisart proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) and advanced digital technology to enhance both performance and capacity.
Compact Hardware AI for Implementation on Small-scale FPGAs
Improved real-time processing and reduced costs will expand opportunities for AI deployment
The company announced today it has developed a compact hardware artificial intelligence (AI) technology that can be implemented on small-scale field programmable gate arrays (FPGAs) that users and designers can configure to develop tailored applications.
New Technology Develops Metallic-like Surfaces in Displays
Adjusts gloss and shading in real-time according to viewing angle
The company announced today that it has developed a realistic “texture expression” technology, named Real Texture, that makes vehicle displays and digital signage appear to be realistic metallic-like surfaces for added viewing appeal.