Solutions and Case studies
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Recommended solutions and case studies
Fuji's Power Electronics contributes to energy savings and the best ride-comfort to Japanese bullet train,"Shinkansen"
Innovating power semiconductors and control technology! Spotlight on the main converter inverter, the heart of Shinkansen.Click here to see case studies
Development of a thick tea dispenser
Sustainable development for the workers and residents of nursing care facilitiesClick here to see case studies
World’s top share! Fuji Electric’s geothermal power generation equipment
Providing high-reliability equipment with our three strong points and contributing to the spread of clean energyClick here to see case studies
Supporting the supply of power for about 420,000 households.
Geothermal power generation facilities are contributing to economic and social development in West Sumatra, IndonesiaClick here to see case studies
Power demand prediction system ZEBLA
Promoting energy conservation activities with our ZEBLA system that predicts and optimally controls the power demandClick here to see case studies
Visualization of work, equipment operation, and energy
Enhanced productivity through real-time visualization of quality, manufacturing progress, operation rates, and energyClick here to see case studies
EMS solutions for the semiconductor field
Optimization of electric and thermal energy to solve energy-saving and production line stoppage challengesClick here to see case studies
Exhaust gas cleaning system (EGCS)
Development story of our world’s smallest SOx scrubber that is helping to solve the environmental problems of shipsClick here to see case studies
Plant monitoring and control system for Japan’s largest combustible waste incineration facility
Contributing to the protection of the global environment by enabling stable operation of the facilitiesClick here to see case studies
Structural health monitoring system utilizing vibration sensors
Helping to keep city residents safe by instantly assessing the degree of damage to buildingsClick here to see case studies