For rail service providers, safety and on-time delivery of high quality service are the key to business. Through our train control and monitoring systems (TCMS), safety technology systems, and automated control systems that autonomously evaluate operational status and control operations accordingly, we provide the advanced transportation technologies to keep passengers feeling at ease.
Mitsubishi Electric offers the transportation system innovations needed to provide ease of use for all passengers, and a high level of comfort. From railcar comfort and train station convenience to the timely provision of information and other advanced services, we deliver a wide range of technologies only possible from a diversified electrical and electronics manufacturer.
Mitsubishi Electric offers an environment-conscious approach to transportation systems for the sustainable development of society and high-quality lifestyles in the future. We strive to achieve ever-higher environmental performance through new technological innovations, such as low-energy-consumption rolling stock, effective utilization of regenerated electric power, and leveling of power loads.
Mitsubishi Electric launched its transportation system business.
First delivery to the overseas market: Propulsion systems for electric locomotives of Indian National Railway
Delivered the first Train Integrated Management System (TIMS) in Japan.
Delivered Japanese first “Train Vision” on-board information system
Supplied the world’s first SiC-based auxiliary power supply unit.
World's first order of 3.3kV/1500A All SiC based VVVF inverter for 1500VDC catenaries.
Mitsubishi Electric is the first Japanese company to be certified by SNCF as a propulsion systems supplier.
This lineup contributes to more energy-efficient operations, even at train stations with high-load demands of 400V power distribution circuits.
We’re looking to the future, including enhancements such as barrier-free fare collection in stations, personalized onboard services, and more.
Mitsubishi Electric was contracted to participate. The contract covers 93 train sets comprising 744 cars that will operate on Hong Kong's mass transit railway (MTR).
This project is the biggest order in the history of Mitsubishi Electric's railway business in the Oceania market.
Overseas business expansion; technological prospects; railway energy and environmental solutions to support a low-carbon society, and more...
There are rickshaws, motorbikes, tuk-tuks, cars, and pedestrians—all trying to share the road at the same time. As a result, traffic can be chaotic and dangerous. Too dangerous for children to navigate that traffic to walk to school. So Principal Farah Diba knew she had to help.