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We are collaborating with our customers to create innovative solutions for the IoT era. By working together we aim to provide Social Innovation and create environmental, social and economic value.
One of the most immediate and critical impacts of COVID-19 was a rapid and severe depletion of personal protective equipment (PPE) for first responders.
How Infrared Video and 3D Lidar Technologies Can Help Flatten the Coronavirus Infection Curve
Solar batteries and the IoT could be the solution
Stena Line doesn't want to replace its captains with machines but help them make their jobs easier and be more friendly to the environment
It's not Gucci or Chanel but priting on food products
Lost passwords will soon be a thing of the past as technology takes online security to a deeper level
Hitachi's contribution to a new human-centric and sustaibable society in Italy
When potentially millions of electric vehicles (EVs) hit our roads, how will it affect power networks?
Hitachi Fellow Dr Kazuo Yano gives us the lowdown on how AI will continue to transform society and help us lead happier lives
Empowering Citizens Through Improved Payment Infrastructure
Hokkaido University's "mathematics for changing society" accelerates its practical implementation
See how we’re working with our customers to change the world for the better.
The Artificial Intelligence (AI) market is climbing towards its apex, with an estimated industry value of $3.7 billion by 2025.
Businesses are responding to pressure to act sustainably and are now focusing on generation social good alongside producing profit
Integrating digital technologies into business operations is the best means for a manufacturer to both operate and deliver optimal results to customers
Throughout the digital transformation, people remain a company’s best asset The digital transformation – easier said than done
We all know how convenient and commonplace it has become to use our mobile devices for online banking and paying for items in place of debit or credit cards. However, do we really know the risks attached to having our financial accounts connected to our devices via fingerprint or a facial scanner?
As our cities and public transport systems are busier than ever, discover how smart tech surveillance is keeping us safe as we travel