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¥1,458
Previous Close
¥1,458
Day High
¥1,462
Day Low
¥1,453
52 Week High
12/8/14 - ¥1,610
52 Week Low
05/20/14 - ¥1,030
Market Cap
3.6T
Average Volume 10 Days
9.7M
EPS TTM
¥13.85
Shares Outstanding
2.5B
EX-Date
03/27/15
P/E TM
105.1x
Dividend
¥16.00
Dividend Yield
1.10%
Current Stock Chart for PANASONIC CORP (6752)

panasonic corp (6752) Details

Panasonic Corporation manufactures and sells various electronic and electric products under the Panasonic brand name worldwide. It provides digital AV products, including flat TVs and projectors, Blu-ray disc players and recorders, Blu-ray disc theaters, DVD players and recorders, DVD home theaters, digital cameras, digital video cameras, dual cameras, accessories, and other products; mobile phones; home communication products; and car AV and navigation systems. The company also offers air conditioners, refrigerators, washing machines, microwave ovens, vacuum cleaners, kitchen appliances, ventilating fans, range hood products, air purifiers, dehumidifiers, electric fans, ceiling fans, electric irons, heat pumps, batteries, power supply products, and other products; and oxygen concentrators, massage chairs, hygienic toilet seats, and blood pressure meters, as well as beauty products. In addition, it provides business solutions consisting of communication solutions, security systems, personal computers, professional AV products, document and imaging solutions, terminal solutions, IT solutions, and recording media products; eco solutions, including photovoltaic and lighting products, electrical construction materials, air conditioning and purification products, home building products and materials; and healthcare products, such as in vitro diagnostics, medical imaging, hospital systems, home/personal use products, and dental clinic/dental laboratory products. Further, Panasonic Corporation offers industrial devices comprising passive and connecting components, sensors, speakers/others, printed wiring boards/modules, materials, semiconductors, storages, supplies, batteries and energy products, factory automation products, motors, compressors, and others. The company was formerly known as Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. and changed its name to Panasonic Corporation in 2008. Panasonic Corporation was founded in 1918 and is headquartered in Kadoma, Japan.

262,952 Employees
Last Reported Date: 11/12/14
Founded in 1918

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panasonic corp (6752) Key Developments

Panasonic Corporation Develops Photocatalytic Water Purification Technology

Panasonic Corporation has developed its own photocatalytic water purification technology. This technology uses photocatalysts and the UV rays from sunlight to detoxify polluted water at high speeds, creating safe and drinkable water. This breakthrough caught much attention when Panasonic unveiled it in Tokyo at Eco-Products 2014. Effective against arsenic, hexavalent chromium, bacteria, general organics, and refractory organics (pharmaceuticals, agrochemicals, and endocrine-disruptors). With two core technological developments, Panasonic's Photocatalytic Water Purification Technology processes water more efficiently: achieving a high capacity to Decompose Toxic Substances with Synthesis Technology of Photocatalysts, when photocatalysts are exposed to ultraviolet light, formed reactive oxygen purifies the toxic substances. However, TiO2, a kind of photocatalyst, comes in extremely fine particles and is troublesome to collect once dispersed in water. Methods of binding TiO2 to larger matter have hence been used, but they in turn suffered a loss of surface active site. Panasonic developed a way of binding TiO2 to another particle, zeolite, which enables photocatalysts to maintain their inherent surface active site. Moreover, since the two particles are bound together by electrostatic force, there is no need for binder chemicals. Achieving high processing speeds with water purification technology that disperses Photocatalytic materials: when these novel photocatalytic particles are agitated, TiO2 is released from the zeolite and dispersed throughout the water. As a result, reaction speed is markedly elevated compared to conventional methods of fixing TiO2 on a surface of substrates, enabling a large volume of water to be processed in a short amount of time. Leaving the water still will cause TiO2 to bind to zeolite again, making it easy to separate and recover the photocatalysts from the water - allowing them to be reused at a later time. Establishing an infrastructure for supplying safe drinking water: along with being driven by light, another key feature of photocatalysts is that they remove any necessity of pharmaceuticals. As such, they offer a low-cost and environmentally friendly way of treating water.

Panasonic Corporation Introduces Economical AW-HE40H/S PTZ Cameras With Superb Image Quality, Power Over Ethernet+ and IP Integration

Panasonic Corporation introduced the AW-HE40 line of cost- effective, integrated full HD PTZ cameras, with advanced features including Power over Ethernet+ (POE+) and IP-live video monitoring. These pan/tilt/zoom cameras incorporate newly-developed 1/2.3-type full HD MOS sensors and Digital Signal Processors (DSP) for high sensitivity, high resolution and superior video capture in a wide range of shooting conditions. The HE40 will be available in two versions, the AW-HE40H with HDMI output, and the AW-HE40S with HD/SD-SDI output. Both versions will be available in black and white models. The AW-HE40H will be available in January 2015 with a suggested list price of $3,150.00; the AW-HE40S will be available in February 2015 with a suggested list price of $4,150.00. The new cameras are designed to produce great results in a variety of applications that require high-quality video and precise control--such as conference video, event capture, staging, distance learning and houses-of-worship. HE40 cameras are ideal for demanding remote production and IMAG use. With IP-Preview transmission and control, and support for PoE+ (which allows power to be supplied via a LAN cable), the HE40S/H also offer the flexibility needed for easy installation and management. In addition to a 30x optical zoom, the HE40S/H also feature a 1.4x digital extender to capture crisp close-ups even in large auditoriums and lecture halls. The HE40S/H deliver an impressive signal-to-noise ratio of 54dB (F4/2000lx, minimum illumination, .35 lx), 1000 TV lines of resolution and 16-axis color matrix control for precise camera "painting" and matching. Audio input and embedding is also available via a switchable, stereo MIC/LINE input. An optional upgrade will be available in July 2015 that will add production-quality, full HD streaming, USB-video capabilities, and in-camera HD recording to the cameras' already impressive range of capabilities. The HE40S/H already include many innovative standard features developed to expand the capabilities of professional video system users. In addition to Panasonic's Dynamic Range Stretch (DRS) and advanced Digital Noise Reduction (DNR), an ingenious High Dynamic Range (HDR) mode helps to produce very good video even in extreme contrast and lighting conditions. For shooting in virtually total darkness, the HE40's Night Mode makes it possible to automatically switch to the capture of high-quality, HD monochrome video with the use of an (optional) IR illuminator in the 850nm range, making the camera ideal for reality show production, sleep lab research and staging support. The HE40S/H cameras incorporate the versatile IP/Serial/Web control system and IP pioneered in Panasonic's AW-HE60 series cameras. IP, RS-422, RSN/A232C in/out interfaces are included, and a built-in Web-server enables both Browser control and IP-live preview and setup of up to 16 cameras. Serial and IP control is available using Panasonic's AW-RP50N, AW-RP120G controllers and AK-HRP200G paintbox, as well as appropriately programmed systems from Crestron, AMX, Winnov, and other manufacturers. A new Freeze-During-Preset function can be enabled to store and display a video still-frame during preset recall and camera movement to improve the viewer experience during rapid on-air moves or in single camera use. The HE40 cameras, with POE+, full IP remote control, and IP-live preview, enable simpler integration, easier remote production and engineering, and lower cost for multiple location systems. IP monitoring is displayed in 16:9 at up to 30fps in VGA (640 x 480) and QVGA (320 x 240) using either M-JPEG or H.264 encoding. Multi-view monitoring of up to 16 cameras in a single Browser window is available in M-JPEG mode only. Remote IP-live video monitoring of HE40 series cameras is also available on mobile devices, including iPhone, iPad, and Android tablets and phones. The HE40 cameras incorporate a highly-accurate pan-tilt head (with a pan of +/-175deg and a tilt of -30deg to 90deg) that offers precise, fast, fluid movement in all directions, enabling the capture of both slow and fast-moving objects without excessive vibration and bounce. The cameras deliver many international HD signal formats including: 1080/59.94p/50p (HE40H only), 1080/59.94i/50i, 1080/29.97p/25p, 1080/29.97PsF/25PsF, and 720/59.94p/50p. Other key features include three-step gamma correction and seven-step chroma level adjustment for exceptional creative control, up to 100 pre-set memories for rapid and precise shot recall, an electronic shutter with synchro scan, and built-in tally light for remote studio use. The cameras' included ceiling mount attaches with a simple turn-lock mounting mechanism to facilitate quick and easy installation. The HE40 series cameras can also be used with Panasonic's cost-effective optional outdoor housings.

Consortium Led by Panasonic Corporation Develops Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town Goes into Full-Scale Operation Near Tokyo

The Fujisawa SST Council, a consortium led by Panasonic Corporation spearheading the development of the Fujisawa Sustainable Smart Town (Fujisawa SST), held a opening ceremony on November 28, 2014 for the forward-looking town located on the outskirts of Tokyo. With its core facility supporting sustainable development of the town and its community now coming into operation, the Fujisawa SST is moving from the construction stage into a new stage where the town is nurtured to grow in full-scale into an eco and smart town that puts a high priority on the residents' lifestyles. Called the Fujisawa SST SQUARE, the core facility is also the main landmark of the town and serves as a central communication base for people who get together there. The SQUARE plays a pivotal role in promoting the town's growth through its functions of managing the town, welcoming guests and fostering community. The Fujisawa SST Management Company is the town management company located in the SQUARE. Together with partner companies, the company provides five essential services in the town: energy, security, mobility, healthcare and community. The company will also collect and manage information pertaining to the town's overall environment, energy, security and safety to support an eco and smart life in the town. As a town developing continuously and sustainably, the Fujisawa SST will embark on new initiatives for the future. The land under administration on the west side, presently unused and due for completion in 2018, will be used in collaboration with partner companies as a venue for verifying next-generation lifestyles and businesses. Starting with the Car Life Lab facility to be opened in December for display and test drives of electric vehicles, the new venue will be used as a place to generate new innovations, validating next-generation mobility for the practical use and verifying next-generation lifestyles with show homes. By using the equipment and services that take shape here to create future towns, Fujisawa SST Council will pick up the pace of its efforts to realize the Fujisawa model, a town that can develop sustainably for 100 years.

 

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