History of Mitsubishi Electric

Mitsubishi Electric
From it’s founding in 1921, Mitsubishi Electric has been at the forefront of Japan’s technical ingenuity and product innovation. From it’s first hit product—an electric fan for consumer use—Mitsubishi Electric has continued to create a long list of “firsts” and groundbreaking new technologies that have shaped its business fields all around the world.
Building our Foundations
Mitsubishi Electric’s first major commercial product was an electric fan, which soon became a bestseller nationally.
The first Mitsubishi Electric television, launched in 1953, spawned an ongoing tradition of excellence in audio and visual systems.
Innovating Japan’s Infrastructure
The creation of the “Diamond Vision™” large scale display revolutionized sports and exhibition venues in Japan and globally.
Mitsubishi Electric developed the optical neurochip, along with numerous other key devices and semiconductors to help realize the upcoming computer age.
Exploring what’s Possible
By producing the world’s first GPS-based car navigation system, Mitsubishi Electric began paving the way for the kind of automotive innovations that are transforming automobiles today.
Staying a step ahead
Mitsubishi Electric developed an encryption standard called MISTY® for 3rd-generation mobile telephony, enshrining its place as a leader in encryption technologies.
History was made when the “KOUNOTORI” (HTV) unmanned supply vehicle docked with the International Space Station. Mitsubishi Electric created the “brain” that made this rendezvous a reality.
Always Seeking the Cutting-Edge
GE-PON (Gigabit Ethernet Passive Optical network) systems achieved “top share” in Japan. Mitsubishi Electric continues to be a major force in next-generation communication systems.
Mitsubishi Electric contributed to the completion of the “Hayabusa” Series E5, holder of the Japanese speed record for a train. Transportation system excellence embodied.

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