Mitsubishi Electric Develops Cyber-attack Detection Technology For Critical Infrastructure Systems

Mitsubishi Electric Develops Cyber-attack Detection Technology for Critical Infrastructure SystemsMitsubishi Electric today announced the development of a cyber-attack detection technology that quickly identifies network traffic that deviates from predefined normal commands in the control systems of critical infrastructure. The technology is the first in the world, as of May 17, 2017, to define the detection rules based on the normal commands for each operational state of the control system and to interpret deviations from the normal commands as attack. The cyber-attack detection technology developed by Mitsubishi Electric contributes to infrastructure stability by reducing the detection time and ensuring minimal influence on control-system processes that must finish within certain time limits.


The cyber-attack detection technology developed by Mitsubishi Electric detects ingenious cyber attacks disguised as normal commands targeted on critical infrastructure for electric power, natural gas, water, chemicals and petroleum without reducing the real-time control capability, which is expected to help ensure infrastructure stability. Real-time operation is ensured for the control system under our consideration when attack detection is in use because the technology does not involve a time-consuming matching process for suspicious patterns. Commercialization for electric power infrastructure is planned from around fiscal 2018.

Mitsubishi Hyaku Design Study Celebrates Marque's Centenary By Looking To The Future

Mitsubishi Hyaku Design Study Celebrates Marque's Centenary By Looking To The Future

Mitsubishi has long since fallen off our radar among the most noteworthy Japanese automakers. But with Nissan's patronage, it's bound for resurgence. And the turnaround couldn't come on a more auspicious occasion.

While the parent company has been around a lot longer, the unit known today as Mitsubishi Motors (founded as the Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Company) will mark its 100th anniversary this year. So to mark the occasion, designer Gabor Farkas has cooked up this rather slick design.

Mitsubishi Electric Announces 19.0-inch Projected Capacitive Touch Panel For Industrial Applications

Mitsubishi Electric announces 19.0-inch projected capacitive touch panel for industrial applicationsMitsubishi Electric announced today the launch of a 19.0-inch SXGA color TFT-LCD module, equipped with a projected capacitive touch panel utilizing a cover glass of up to 5 millimeters in thickness. The Projected capacitive touch panel offers superior operability. The new 19.0-inch SXGA color TFT-LCD module with ten-point touch operation for accurate sensing is highly operable even if screen is wet or user wears gloves. The combination of these cutting-edge touch capabilities and Mitsubishi Electric’s proven TFT-LCD technologies will support diverse applications and installations. The model is mercury-free and fully compliant with the Restriction of the Use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) directive 2011/65/EU.

Canada Slaps Mitsubishi Electric With $13.4 Million Fine For Bid-rigging Car Parts

Canada Slaps Mitsubishi Electric With $13.4 Million Fine For Bid-Rigging Car Parts

Mitsubishi Electric has been fined $13.4 million by the Ontario Superior Court of Justice after pleading guilty to three counts of rigging bids.

In 2009, Canada’s Competition Bureau discovered that Mitsubishi had entered into illegal agreements with a competing Japanese car parts manufacturer in an attempted to determine who would win calls for bids issued by Honda and Ford for the supply of alternators and the supply of ignition coils for General Motors, Auto News reports.

Mitsubishi Celebrates 100-year-old Car With Phev Re-creation

Mitsubishi celebrates 100-year-old car with PHEV re-creationBack in 1917, Mitsubishi Shipbuilding Co. made its foray into the automotive world with the Model A. It had a production run of just 22 units, but it was enough to make Mitsubishi Motors possible as a car company. Now, 100 years later, Mitsubishi Motors North America (MMNA) is revisiting its roots, but with a contemporary touch, by re-creating the car with the help of West Coast Customs. The California-based shop will build a Mitsu Model A with its original, century-old looks, but with a modern, advanced plug-in hybrid powertrain and a host of current technology.

2010-2014 Mitsubishi Pajero Recalled For Takata Airbags: 20,000 Vehicles Affected

2010-2014 Mitsubishi Pajero recalled for Takata airbags: 20,000 vehicles affected

The 2010-2014 ‘NT’ and ‘NW’ Mitsubishi Pajero has been added to the ongoing Takata airbag campaign this week, joining numerous other model years of the Japanese off-roader that have been recalled for the same issue.

In this latest notice, affected vehicles could be fitted with front passenger airbags that could release metallic fragments into the cabin when deployed in an accident.

New Nissan Boss Wants Mitsubishi To Become A Key Player In U.s.

New Nissan Boss Wants Mitsubishi To Become A Key Player In U.S.

Nissan's new chief executive, Hiroto Saikawa, has bold plans for the company in post-Carlos Ghosn times.

Saikawa took office on April 1 and among his most immediate priorities are to expand the presence of Mitsubishi – Nissan's global partner – in the United States while also re-focusing Nissan's electric vehicle efforts.

This 650 Whp Mitsubishi Evo Is Like A Punch In The Face

This 650 WHP Mitsubishi Evo Is Like A Punch In The Face

The Mitsubishi Lancer Evolution VIII may have been introduced back in 2003 but to this day, it remains one of the finest performance cars to ever leave Japan.

Perhaps more impressive than the car’s standard 2.0-liter turbocharged four-cylinder engine are its torque vectoring and Active Yaw Control functionalities that make it handle incredibly well.

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Gets A Gentle Makeover

2018 Mitsubishi Outlander Sport gets a mellow makeover

While we sit tight for the up and coming Eclipse Cross and the Outlander Sport's littler successor, Mitsubishi is doing all that it can to keep the present, maturing Outlander Sport applicable. The most recent move is a gentle invigorate all around. The organization is additionally offering another choice package.

All 2018 Outlander Sports get somewhat changed front and back belts. In advance, the most noteworthy change is the expansion of LED daytime running lights inset of each mist light. Just underneath them are new air gulfs. The primary grille with the Mitsubishi logo additionally now highlights two thin chrome bars. At the back, the back guard has another artificial slip plate in the inside. On each flank are more rakish reflectors.