2013-04-08

Mitsubishi Electric to Build Kobe Area Engineering Facility

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation  announced that it will set up a 4-billion-yen new engineering facility in Kobe, Hyogo Prefecture to strengthen its engineering framework as part of expanding the company's infrastructure-system business in fields including public projects, power generation and rolling stock. The new facility is expected to start operating in April 2014. The company expects to expand its infrastructure-system businesses over the medium to long term, especially in view of increasing demand for energy infrastructure. The new facility will help to increa...
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2011-06-01

Mitsubishi Electric Installs World's First Large-scale Spherical OLED Screen

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation recently is announced to install a six-meter OLED globe at the National Museum of Emerging Science and Innovation in Tokyo, Japan. The OLED "Geo-Cosmos" display will be unveiled at the museum as the world's first large-scale spherical OLED screen on June 11. Hanging 18 meters from the floor, the globe is an aluminum sphere covered with 10,362 OLED panels, each measuring 96 x 96 millimeters. Mitsubishi Electric used its scalable OLED technologies to create the globe, which replaces a globe comprising LE...
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2011-03-04

Mitsubishi Electric Replaced Diamond Vision Screen at Pocarisweat Stadium of Japan

Mitsubishi Electric has replaced the previous electrical scoreboard built in 1992 with a 824-inch, Diamond Vision display system at Pocarisweat Stadium in Naruto City, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan. This 18.72 meter × 9.36 meter screen , one of the largest of its kind in Shikoku, incorporates high-luminance LEDs aligned vertically and horizontally in a 15-millimeter dot pitch, and the latest digital screen controllers.   It is the first large-scale LED screen installed at the stadium, the home of J. League Division 2 soccer club TOKUSHIMA VORT...
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2011-02-28

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Released 8.4-inch Color TFT-LCD Module

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has released its 8.4-inch, SVGA and XGA color TFT-LCD modules featuring white LED, a long backlight life for industrial use. According to the company, the new product can offer super high brightness and a wide operational temperature range, allowing it to be used in severe, outdoor environments....
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2011-02-11

Mitsubishi Electric’s OLED Screen Wins Top Award

AC ter Meulen,(Right) President of Mitsubishi Electric Benelux receives the award for the Most Innovative Commercial Display from Adrian Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief of the DailyDOOH. Click here for a full-sized image Mitsubishi Electric’s Diamond Vision OLED screen was voted the Most Innovative Commercial Display at the InAVate Awards held at ISE 2011 Mitsubishi Electric’s Diamond Vision OLED screen has generated a huge amount of interest since being launched commercially last year. Based on a unique technology developed by...
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2010-12-01

Mitsubishi Electric Installed the First Large-scale LED Screen at Hiratsuka Stadium

Mitsubishi Electric  has installed an 800-inch Diamond Vision large-scale display system at Hiratsuka Stadium in Hiratsuka City, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, to display textual and graphic information as well as live videos and slow-motion replays. It’s considered as the first large-scale LED screen installed at Hiratsuka City's multi-use athletics stadium, also the home stadium of J. League Division 1 soccer club Shonan Bellmare.
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2010-10-26

Mitsubishi Electric Released New Color TFT-LCD Module Featuring Built-In White LED

Mitsubishi Electric has released a new AA057QD01 5.7" QVGA color TFT-LCD module with a white LED backlight. This module features a built-in LED driver, which not only can promote reduced production cost but also achieve a more compressed design. Plus, the LCD device does not require any high-voltage inverters, and its enhanced backlight structure design brings down the thickness level to 8.8 mm.
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2010-09-29

Screens Unlimited: Mitsubishi Electric installs the world's first OLED screen in large display formate

The first screen of its kind, the Diamond Vision OLED, measuring 8.8sqm (3.84 m (w) by 2.3 m (h)) with a depth of just 9.9cm, has been installed at the material Research Center recently opened by the chemical and pharmaceutical company Merck KGaA in Darmstadt, Germany. The new technology is a pioneering step forward, using organic light emitting diodes (OLED) as a light source, which due to its structure and composition is fully scalable and can be arranged into flexible forms and shapes.
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2010-09-13

Mitsubishi Electric to introduce the world's first, large-scale display OLED system

Japanese Mitsubishi Electric Corporation will introduce world's first, large-scale display OLED system "Diamond Vision OLED".   This screen jointly developed between Mitsubishi Electric and Tohoku Pioneer Corporation, used Mitsubishi Electric's newly developed video controlling technology, and designed for indoor use.
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2010-09-06

Mitsubishi Electric Installs 1,513-Inch Screen Second Largest Display at a Japanese Boat Racecourse

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has completed installation of a 1,513-inch Diamond Vision large-scale display system, which instead of the previous CRT screens installed in 1996, and becomes the second largest display at a Japanese boat racecourse and the largest in the Kyushu area. It displays high-definition video content, incorporates high-luminance LEDs aligned vertically and horizontally in a 15-millimeter dot pitch and the latest digital screen controllers.
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2009-08-31

Mitsubishi Electric Completes Installation of Two Diamond Vision Screens for Nakayama Racecourse

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced today that it has completed installation of two multi-screen Diamond Vision large-scale display systems, called “Turf Vision,” at the Japan Racing Association (JRA)’s Nakayama Racecourse in Funabashi City, Chiba Prefecture, Japan. The new screens will be illuminated on Saturday September 12, 2009, the opening day of the “Fourth Nakayama Keiba (horse race).”
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2009-05-22

Cowboys Turn on World’s Largest 1080p HD LED Video Displays at Dallas Cowboys Stadium

At the new Dallas Cowboys Stadium in Arlington Thursday, the Cowboys turned on the world's two largest high-definition LED video displays, each 160 feet wide and 72 feet high.
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2008-05-07

Mitsubishi Electric Supplies 11 More Diamond Vision(TM) LED Scoreboards to PGA TOUR

Mitsubishi Electric, the Official High-Definition Television and the Official Large Outdoor Video Display Provider of the PGA TOUR, is supplying 11 additional state-of-the-art Diamond Vision(TM: 105.66, +0.54, +0.51%) LED high-definition scoreboards for PGA TOUR events. This completes the TOUR's initiative to upgrade the scoreboard technology to provide a better on-site experience for fans.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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