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¥1,406
Previous Close
¥1,395
Day High
¥1,408
Day Low
¥1,390
52 Week High
12/10/14 - ¥1,550
52 Week Low
05/21/14 - ¥1,083
Market Cap
3.0T
Average Volume 10 Days
7.1M
EPS TTM
¥95.11
Shares Outstanding
2.1B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
14.7x
Dividend
¥20.00
Dividend Yield
1.43%
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Mitsubishi Electric Corporation manufactures and sells electrical and electronic products and systems worldwide. The company’s Energy and Electric Systems segment offers turbine generators, nuclear power plant and power electronics equipment, motors, transformers, circuit breakers, gas insulated switches, switch control and display devices, surveillance-system control and security systems, locomotive and rolling stock electrical equipment, elevators, escalators, building security and management systems, and particle beam treatment systems. Its Industrial Automation Systems segment provides programmable logic and computerized numerical controllers, inverters, servomotors, human-machine interface, hoists, magnetic switches, time and power meters, uninterruptible power supply, industrial fans, electrical-discharge and laser processing machines, industrial robots, clutches, automotive electrical equipment, car electronics and mechatronics, and car multimedia. The company’s Information and Communication Systems segment offers wireless and wired communications systems, surveillance cameras, satellite communication and radar equipment, antennas, missile and fire control systems, broadcasting and information systems equipment, data transmission devices, network security systems, and systems integration products. Its Electronic Devices segment provides power modules, high-frequency devices, and optical and LCD devices. The company’s Home Appliances segment offers LCD televisions, air conditioners, air-to-water heat pump boilers, refrigerators, electric fans, ventilators, photovoltaic power generation and hot water supply systems, LED and fluorescent lamps, indoor lighting, compressors, chillers, dehumidifiers, air purifiers, showcases, cleaners, rice cookers, microwave ovens, and IH cooking heaters. Its Others segment provides procurement, logistics, real estate, advertising, finance, and other services. The company was founded in 1921 and is headquartered in Tokyo, Japan.

124,305 Employees
Last Reported Date: 07/30/14
Founded in 1921

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Mitsubishi Electric to Unveil Versatile, High-Quality Surveillance System

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation announced it will unveil in June a new digital video surveillance system offering high performance, versatility and scalability for diverse security applications. The system records at 30 frames per second in Full HD (2.0M pixels) resolution from 16 cameras used in parallel, with compensation provided by Mitsubishi Electricâ s own super-resolution technology, including for electronic zoom. The 7000 series network cameras come with new digital sensitization and backlit compensation technologies for sharper, clearer images. Digital sensitization suppresses after-images and blur for fast-moving objects in low-light conditions, providing eight times greater sensitivity than conventional model. Backlit compensation adjusts blur to produce more natural images, including under strong backlit conditions when large differences exist between bright and shaded areas, such as building entrances. The backlit compensation feature is four times more sensitive than conventional mode. The 5000 series network video recorder can be connectable to up to 32 cameras (16 directly and another 16 through a hub). Reliable extended-duration recording is possible due to the use of large-capacity redundant HDDs. Remote monitoring is possible via PCs, smartphones or tablets for greater flexibility according to surveillance needs. Compared to Mitsubishi Electric's existing network recorders, the 5000 series network recorder uses 25% less electricity and requires 30% less space for installation. Such efficiencies notwithstanding, the 5000 series is a highly robust unit offering 32-camera capability. Other Features: Viewer employs a familiar-looking, easy-to-use GUI. Multiple search functions, such as thumbnail, slidebar, time/date and alarm for effective search of required video scenes. 16 cameras can be monitored with 30-frames-per-second video through a sub-monitor, in addition to one main monitor.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Ritsumeikan University and Japan Science and Technology Agency Develop Security Technology for IoT Devices

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, Ritsumeikan University and Japan Science and Technology Agency, or JST, have developed a security technology that uses the individual differences of large scale integrations, or LSIs, arising during their fabrication to ensure confidentiality and authentication for interconnected devices in the Internet of things, or IoT. The new technology helps to reduce security risks for networked devices by protecting embedded programs and preventing spoofing. LSIs make calculations based on internal circuits that dictate output, so LSIs with the same circuits yield the same results when processing the same input. Intermediate routes to the computation result, however, are different in each LSI, serving as something like a fingerprint, which the new technology uses to generate unique IDs for LSIs with the same circuits. The unique ID cannot be analyzed even by opening the LSI package and examining its insides because the ID appears only while the circuit is running. The embedded program is encrypted so that it can be decrypted and used only in the device that has the LSI with a specified ID. It is also possible to configure devices to connect only with devices that have specified IDs. Three functions-generation of unique ID, encryption and authentication-can be implemented in a small circuit area by letting them share some of their components. The required area is one third of that in the case where each function is separately implemented. In addition, prototype LSIs developed jointly with Ritsumeikan University using multiple manufacturing processes have been confirmed to generate unique IDs stably, so the technology can be modularized and thereby easily applied in a general LSI design flow.

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation Develops Multi-Function Irradiation Nozzle for Proton-Type Particle Therapy Systems

Mitsubishi Electric Corporation has developed an advanced multi-function irradiation nozzle for particle therapy systems for cancer treatment that enables quickly switching between broad-beam, layer-stacking, and scanning particle beams. The innovative nozzle achieves flexibly varied treatment matched to tumor's individual location and shape to be performed in one treatment room, thereby lightening the burden on patients. The multi-function nozzle is expected to be adopted by two proton treatment centers in Japan that aim to start offering treatment in the fiscal year starting in April 2016. Mitsubishi Electric will apply for regulatory approval of scanning with the Multi-function Irradiation Nozzle in compliance with Japan's Pharmaceutical Affairs Act. The nozzle's high-speed scanning electromagnet, previously used only for scanning, now can be used for broad-beam as well as layer-stacking irradiation. Scanning speed has been increased by a factor of five, from 20 mm to 100 mm per millisecond, compared to the conventional speed. The nozzle can provide arbitrary beam scanning according to the tumor's shape without having to widen the beam, thereby minimizing the dose blocked by the multi-leaf collimator (MLC). As a result, a particle therapy system integrated with the nozzle can irradiate a beam with a higher dose for greater efficiency, reducing irradiation time to as short as approximately 1/3 that of a conventional system. Particle therapy systems generally offer one irradiation nozzle in one treatment room. In the past, Mitsubishi Electric has integrated its conventional systems with either a double-function nozzle for broad-beam and layer-stacking irradiation, or a single-function nozzle for scanning. In Mitsubishi Electric's conventional system for broad-beam and layer-stacking irradiation, the scanning magnet was used to irradiate a beam along with a prescribed circle orbit and enlarge the beam size. MLC was used to adjust the geometry to produce a beam that conforms to the tumor's shape, and to block the beam from striking any area not requiring irradiation. Conventionally, the high-speed scanning magnet has been used to create an illumination field by scanning a pencil beam over the tumor shape without using a MLC. Mitsubishi Electric's new multi-function nozzle makes it possible to use a MLC for scanning to outline the irradiation field more distinctly. As a result, the nozzle can achieve accurate beam irradiation for complicated shapes near vital organs.

 

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