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TOKYO, October 1, 2019 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it will exhibit a range of cutting-edge technologies and products for the our envisioned future MaaS (mobility as a service) society at Tokyo Motor Show 2019, which will take place at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition complex from October 24 to November 4. Mitsubishi Electric will exhibit a futuristic concept model namely "EMIRAI S," which the "S" represents "Shared," "Service" and "Safety," at the Booth No. W4204 in West Hall 4.

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  • Rendition of EMIRAI S

    Rendition of EMIRAI S

Zones and Main Exhibits

  1. Main Stage
    • A concept video projected on a big screen will present our vision, "Mobility for better days," which enables comfortable transportations in the future MaaS society based on a wide range of advanced technologies.
    • The concept model EMIRAI S equipped with cutting-edge technologies, such as an innovative human-machine interface for enhancing communication both inside and outside the vehicle, and biological sensing technology for safe driving will be exhibited.
  2. Autonomous Driving Zone
    • This zone will showcase the autonomous-driving vehicle, xAUTO.
    • An augmented-reality display will present a variety of essential products for autonomous driving.
    • A video introduces our experimental activities on autonomous driving in the areas where high-accuracy maps are not available, and on fully autonomous driving in specified areas.
  3. Electrification Zone
    • Products for ranging from hybrid to electric cars, such as compact and high-power motors and inverters will be exhibited.
  4. Other
    • Touch panel screens will introduce our related advanced technologies, including energy-management technology and bidirectional wireless-power-transfer technology.
    • Biological-sensing and voice-separation technologies installed in the EMIRAI S will be demonstrated.


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