Mitsubishi Electric Asia’s Factory Automation & Industrial Division Joins Singapore’s ARTC as a Tier 2 Member

Dr David Low and Mr Takeshi Oshima
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Mitsubishi Electric Asia, a subsidiary of Mitsubishi Electric Corporation, has announced its participation as a Tier 2 member of the Advanced Remanufacturing and Technology Centre (ARTC), a unit of Singapore’s Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).

The membership agreement was signed by Mr Takeshi Oshima, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Electric Asia and Dr David Low, Chief Executive Officer of ARTC at ARTC’s Bi-Annual Technical Meeting that was held on 26 January 2022. A total of 33 industry members were present at the event.

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As a Tier 2 member of ARTC, Mitsubishi Electric Asia’s Factory Automation & Industrial Division will share its know-how regarding [email protected], an integrated factory automation solution that offers value added IoT-based services and solutions for manufacturing and process industry sectors to achieve high productivity and quality improvements.

 

Mitsubishi Electric Asia becomes a Tier 2 member of ARTC. A membership agreement was signed by Mr Takeshi Oshima, Managing Director of Mitsubishi Electric Asia (left) and Dr David Low, Chief Executive Officer of ARTC (right).

 

Mr Oshima said, “We are excited and honoured to collaborate with ARTC. This gives us a great opportunity to further develop our automation and processing technologies and capabilities in the areas of advanced manufacturing and remanufacturing. We look forward to lending our expertise on [email protected] solutions in research and development projects with other industry members to improve and reinvent business models. This is in line with our mission and purpose to creating values and realising a safer, more sustainable society.”

 

Mr Oshima added that the company is expanding its foothold around the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) services by developing integrated solutions for manufacturing companies to accelerate digital transformation and scale up their adoption of Industry 4.0 technologies in response to the Singapore’s Smart Industry Readiness Index.

 

“The collaboration will continue to strengthen our ARTC membership ecosystem in co-innovating solutions to solve real industrial problem statements for our industry members. We look forward to working closely with Mitsubishi Electric to build novel solutions for manufacturing and robotic automation, to scale up capability development efforts in the manufacturing domain,” said Dr Low.

 

ARTC provides a collaborative platform which brings together industry players, public sector research institutes and academia to bridge technological gaps in the adoption of advanced manufacturing and remanufacturing processes, from applied research to industrial applications.

 

The event ended with Dr Low presenting the member plaque to Mr Oshima.

 

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