Virtual Factory Tour


Nagoya Works
Virtual Factory Tour

Welcome to the virtual factory tour of Mitsubishi Electric’s
Nagoya Works where you can see how some of our factory
automation (FA) products are made.
You can take the online factory from your PC or smartphone
at anytime, from anywhere.

Nagoya Works

Nagoya Works was established in 1924 as a mass-production factory for general-purpose electric motors.
Since then, our factory automation (FA) business has continued to be at the forefront of technology and production, helping to increase productivity and reducing costs.
As we continue our journey in the 21st century, we will further push the boundaries of manufacturing, leveraging information technology, enhancing global support and promoting environmental awareness.
We will endeavor to further innovate our technologies and continue to support manufacturing around the world.

Main building (office building)

Programmable controller factory

Production of controllersVirtual Factory Tour

Learn about Mitsubishi Electric’s MELSEC
programmable controllers and how they are made.

What is a programmable controller?

Programmable controllers are devices that automatically control machines and processes in factories. The MELSEC brand is extremely popular and has become an industry standard in Japan, boasting a market share of approximately 60%.

Virtual tour of our programmable controller factory

This video shows how Mitsubishi Electric’s MELSEC Series programmable controllers are manufactured.
We will walk you through examples of some of the actual work processes in the factory, demonstrating how our highly capable FA products provide the latest manufacturing technologies.