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Co-creation between Hitachi companies, partners and customers like the Queensland Brain Institute, is advancing the technology that underpins neuroscience and disease research, supporting the ground-breaking discoveries that will lead to much-needed treatments and cures.
Digitalisation is more than a business concept. It’s a way to ensure our collective culture is archived and accessible for future generations.
Technology from Hitachi Group company Hitachi Rail STS has enabled Rio Tinto to create the first automated heavy-haul long distance rail network; improving operational efficiency, safety and sustainability.
Hitachi have looked at ways in which technological advancements can redefine the way of farming practices for greater sustainability and resilience.
Hitachi's Autonomous Haulage System is providing enormous benefits to resource companies keen to enhance productivity, worker safety and reduce costs.
Hitachi is working to enable farmers to eliminate this problem through a combination of image recognition, artificial intelligence, data analytics and satellite positioning with accuracy far superior to that provided by GPS.
Curtin University using a range of technologies from Hitachi that enable to gather data, at an unprecedented level of granularity, on how staff and students use its facilities, and then to analyse that data for insights to support its planning.
A new software solution from hitachi is helping Australian farmers make smarter choices on their quests for digital transformation.
An advanced form of cancer therapy is giving fresh hope to sufferers, particularly children and those with previously untreatable forms of cancer.
Queensland Rail’s Tilt Train uses technology designed, manufactured and delivered by Hitachi, which makes each carriage tilt to enable the trains to go faster round curves, providing greater comfort for the passengers.
Hitachi has helped STAR Tasmania reduce human resource costs through FingerVeinID technology, meaning they can continue their great work supporting Tasmanians with disabilities.