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    One of the biggest advantages of DLP compared to LCD video walls is the much smaller gap between screens.

    WE120 is the first DLP in the industry to be able to offer 100,000 hours of continuous, maintenance-free operation in all brightness modes.

    In Command & Control display, whatever the sector, the need to reduce running costs and improve return on investment is universal. The technology change from mercury lamp to LED light sources some years ago made possible a dramatic reduction in running costs. 

    When it comes to finding the right video wall solution, it’s a jungle out there! But Mitsubishi Electric will help you make the right choice.  

    The new narrow pixel pitch (NPP) display has been designed and built in Japan specifically for use in command and control applications.

    Technology moves quickly. What is state-of-the-art today, can quickly become yesterday’s technology and for traffic management professionals, this is a major headache.

    Minimising running costs are at the forefront of every traffic control centre manager’s mind. The  large screen videowall that is at the heart of most large control centres represents a major portion of the capital cost; 

    If you are looking for a videowall display, one of the first decisions you’ll need to make is what display technology to use.

    The explosion of IP-enabled cameras and data sensors means that traffic management professionals are forced to deal with ever-increasing volumes of data, and so the need for visualisation is greater than it has ever been. 

    TOKYO, July 28, 2015 – Mitsubishi Electric Corporation (TOKYO: 6503) announced today that it would install five Diamond Vision extra-large, extra-brilliant screens at QVC Marine Field stadium in Chiba, Japan for use beginning in the March 2016 Japanese professional baseball preseason.

    Although most visitors to ISE will instantly recognise Mitsubishi Electric as one of the must-see display manufacturers, Mitsubishi’s video walls are of course just one aspect of a very much bigger global engineering enterprise that spans everything from microelectronics to the robotic space vehicles that supply the International Space Station.

    Underlining the fact that Mitsubishi Electric is a solutions-oriented business that spans many different sectors,