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Mitsubishi Electric to Exhibit at CEATEC JAPAN 2011

Tokyo, September 22, 2011 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will exhibit at CEATEC JAPAN 2011, scheduled to be held from October 4-8, 2011 at the Makuhari Messe exhibition hall in Japan. In Hall 1, Booth No. 1A07, the company will introduce its latest cutting-edge technologies and latest products in areas ranging from home-use to space-related fields.

The Main Stage will showcase a large, high-resolution, organic light-emitting display (Diamond Vision OLED) in a semi-spherical configuration with a wide viewing angle. The screen will display images that maximize on its rounded shape, and introduce a variety of Mitsubishi Electric technologies that are making a contribution in the fields of imaging, social infrastructure and space.
Mitsubishi Electric booth (image)

Mitsubishi Electric booth (image)

Zones and Main Products for Exhibit

Imaging and Communications Technology Zone
Laser imaging technology delivering clear and vivid images with a broad color spectrum
Laser backlight LCD televisions incorporating red laser and cyan LED light source (for reference)
Laser light source for projectors (for reference)
Laser televisions (LASERVUE) with RGB 3-color laser light source
MDR2 Series "Premium Recording TV" with NCV speaker for high-quality sound and high resolution
Applied helicopter imaging system; and other technologies
Social Infrastructure Technology Zone
Digital signage technology for rail applications
Thin-screen, lightweight fanless digital signage screen for outdoor use (Diamond Vision LED ODT6S)
Personal information service for train carriages, transmitting transit information and information about nearby shops and amenities
MEDIAWAY ASP delivery service for digital signage
Specific initiatives at the Ofuna Smart House as part of a smart grid demonstration project
"Assist Energy Saving" products for energy efficiency of home appliances; and other technologies
Space Technology Zone
Communications: ST-2 commercial satellite platform for international markets; Helicopter satellite communications system (Heli-Sat)
Observation: IBUKI greenhouse gases observing satellite
Positioning: MICHIBIKI quasi-zenith satellite; Mobile mapping system (high-precision 3D positional information measurement system)
Transport: HTV supply vehicle for the International Space Station
Satellite-borne equipment; other technologies