Mitsubishi getting busy

New tech exhibited at InfoComm MEA.
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Last week’s InfoComm MEA provided Mitsubishi Electronics the perfect screening forum to show off two of its sparkling new LCD displays aimed at the high-end control room market. Both new super narrow bezel (SNB) models reportedly offer Full HD performance, LED backlighting and a host of advanced features such as an Intel OPS slot and compatibility with AMX Device Discovery and Crestron RoomView systems. Alongside these two major new products, visitors to the Mitsubishi stand can also be treated to a first look at the company’s new DLP cube engine – designed at enabling customers to upgrade legacy Mitsubishi Display Wall systems to the latest high-brightness LED technology.

The new launches visibly outline the brands expansion plans in the region, especially when coupled with the recent announcement from Mitsubishi concerning its intentions to develop its global large-scale display business, in particular major infrastructure installations such as traffic management centres, network control rooms and government facilities, where its Display Wall control systems are already in high demand.

Steve Simpson commented, “Mitsubishi Electric has enormous expertise in a wide range of sectors, from aerospace to medical technology, which gives the company a unique perspective in the areas of data visualisation and control room display. Having a permanent presence here in Dubai will make it much easier for integrators and potential customers to access the world-class technologies we have to offer.”
 

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