FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE No. 3228

Mitsubishi Electric Delivers Taiwan's First Double-deck Elevators with Destination Oriented Allocation System that Integrates with Building Access Control Systems

For Installation in Taipei Nan Shan Plaza Super-high-rise Complex

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TOKYO, November 20, 2018 - Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it has delivered what is believed to be Taiwan's first elevators with destination-assist capability─Mitsubishi Electric's Destination Oriented Allocation System (DOAS)─capable of integration with the access control system of buildings. In total, Mitsubishi Electric delivered 27 elevators, including 12 double-deck models with DOAS, and 45 escalators. The delivery was made to the Taipei Nan Shan Plaza, a super-high-rise complex in central Taipei, Taiwan, which consists of three buildings: the Office Tower (272 meters high with 48 floors), the Retail Annex (7 floors) and the Cultural Entrance Annex (1 floor).

Main Features of Double-deck Elevators with DOAS

Taiwan's first elevators with DOAS integrated with building's access control system
- As elevator users pass through security gates for authentication, their destination floors are registered and the destinations are grouped by elevator for efficiency
- Users do not need to press destination buttons outside/inside of elevators, so operation of multiple elevators is optimized for enhanced transportation efficiency and user convenience

About Products Delivered

Products Elevator: 27 units (including 12 double-deck elevators)
Escalator: 45 units
Manufacturers Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (Inazawa Works)
Taiwan Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd.
Shanghai Mitsubishi Elevator Co., Ltd.

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