Mitsubishi Electric Touchless Elevators

Mitsubishi Electric Touchless Elevators is the #1 Choice for Luxury Buildings in India

Committed to providing innovative technological solutions backed with safety, convenience and comfort, Mitsubishi Electric is becoming the #1 Choice for Luxury Buildings in India. The company is all set to supply touchless elevators to high-end customers who choose nothing but the best.

Over the years Mitsubishi Electric Elevators has become a choice of the builders across the country for their luxury projects. May it be 5-star hotels, super-specialty hospitals, high-end shopping malls or new age commercial complexes. This reputation of Mitsubishi Electric Elevators have been earned over the years with their impeccable safety record as well as smooth elevator ride due to the high quality and globally sourced components used in them.

The brand’s subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited (IMEC) has secured a major order to supply elevators to the Altimus luxury complexes in Mumbai and Commerce zone Madhapur in Hyderabad, both owned by a leading developer in India named K RAHEJA CORP. It is a 72 elevator order that includes 37 high-speed models equipped with Mitsubishi Electric’s Destination Oriented Allocation System (DOAS). Besides being convenient, the technology meets COVID-19 safety guidelines for touchless operation and provides reliable vertical transportation that will be backed by service contracts for the company’s Global Maintenance Integrated System.

A Glance Through the Product Features

1) Destination Oriented Allocation System (DOAS) for elevator destination forecasting

The DOAS technology automatically registers the destination floor when a user places their ID card over a reader at the security gate or elevator lobby. Besides, passengers going to the same floors are directed to the same elevator to minimize stops, shorten riding time and improve operational efficiency. What adds more value is the preset carriage capacity that eliminates crowding, further supporting the COVID-19 safety guidelines of social distancing to avoid the spread of the virus.

2) M’s BRIDGETM Global Maintenance Integrated System

The high-tech integration system helps to automatically identify potential problems at an early stage through 24/7 monitoring. Additionally, it helps to collect and analyze operational data to reduce downtime and further contribute to improved safety, convenience, and complete peace of mind.

What is the DOAS Technology?

DOAS Technology

Destination Oriented Allocation System, abbreviated as DOAS, is Mitsubishi Electric’s destination dispatch system that was launched in 2002. The system automatically allocates passengers to cars depending on their destination floor, eliminating the need to manually touch the button. When the car arrives at the destination, the operation panel indicates the next car that will serve. These features together help avoid any physical contact with the operation panel and prevent congestion inside the car, providing utmost convenience and safety supported by a reduced travel time.

A major highlight of the DOAS enabled elevators is the security gate integration. It makes use of an RFID card provided to the passengers. The card is linked with the elevator system for easy movement with a single tap on the security gate. The number of the elevators assigned to the user appears instantly on the security gate’s LCD indicator for easy accessibility. Additionally, it also blocks out any unauthorized person from entering the building.

Mitsubishi Electric’s Elevator Business in India

touchless elevators

Mitsubishi Electric kickstarted its elevator market in India with the help of a local distributor in 1995. After 17 years of its joint operation, the brand established its Indian subsidiary Mitsubishi Elevator India Private Limited (IMEC). Since its inception, IMEC has continued to expand its business with innovative solutions that cater to the dynamic elevator market in India. Along the same lines, it is now to provide safe and comfortable elevators supported by the touchless operation and remote monitoring of DOAS, which could prevent the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

29 July 2021

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