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Singapore's leading media company overcomes transmission challenges using Digital Microwave Link
MediaCorp is a pioneer in broadcasting in Singapore. As the industry entered into a digitization period, MediaCorp saw an opportunity to upgrade some of its older technologies which include its analog microwave link systems for temporary outdoor broadcasts. By deploying Hitachi Digital Microwave Link, it gained new capabilities that previous technologies were not capable of, and is ready to prepare itself for the future.
An educational partnership combats unemployment and matches companies with skilled workers
The Saudi Electronics and Home Appliances Institute (SEHAI) is part of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia's initiative to increase technical skills among its citizens. As one of the wide range of partners making this initiative possible, Hitachi not only helped to develop the curriculum and learning materials, but also provided its StarBoard interactive whiteboards to enhance the classroom experience.
A primary school in Australia makes every classroom interactive
Patterson Lakes Primary School in Victoria, Australia, is an award-winning school that parents choose for its use of advanced technologies in the classroom. Curriculum and Innovations Coordinator Monique Corcoran came up with a three year plan to bring the school even further ahead. Its partnership with Hitachi has helped students become even more engaged with the learning process.
A museum in Sant Boi de Llobregat, Barcelona uses technology to keep visitors engaged
Sant Boi de Llobregat is a region near Barcelona in Spain. Its museum is full of fascinating historical and cultural artifacts, so it wanted to treat its visitors to a modern experience that was both educational and entertaining. Hitachi's Ultra Short Throw Projectors create a visually stimulating experience within small spaces, helping the museum pass the region's legacy to future generations.
LG Hitachi helps a Korean agricultural cooperative get a better idea of its funds
This is the first of two case studies on the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation of Korea. A liquidity risk management system was vital for its day-to-day operations, but the one it had was too large and too slow in identifying ways funding could be used immediately. LG Hitachi provided a solution that speeded up processes and identified factors, without any additional hardware required.
Efficiency and productivity were the goals of a 16-month project in Korea
In addition to its liquidity risk management needs, the National Agricultural Cooperative Federation of Korea turned to LG Hitachi when it needed to improve scalability on its mainframe and improve the efficiency of its accounting system. By switching the mainframe to UNIX and integrating multiple systems into a single platform, LG Hitachi helped the Federation become even more productive.
Hitachi Asia solves Singapore Epson Industrial's air compressor woes
For decades, air compressors have been a part of the manufacturing processes at Singapore Epson Industrial Pte Ltd. But the maintenance of these compressors required intensive labor work and their noises and vibrations had also created environmental pollution for workers. A demonstration of the Hitachi Air Compressor convinced Assistant General Manager, Mr. Henry Koh for a low-maintenance and minimal-noise solution.
Hitachi Asia offers a solution that enhances job management efficiency, boosts data accuracy and improves IT and end-user productivity
IT support for Toshiba Singapore's operations comes primarily from the Microsoft Dynamics NAV (formerly Navision) ERP system running on Wintel servers. While the ERP system came with a job manager, this could not alert IT staff and end-users when jobs sent to and received from other systems failed to run properly. To ensure that such EDI-type jobs ran without hitches, one IT staff member had to be assigned to job monitoring. Frequently this person had to stay back after office hours to make sure jobs ran properly. With Hitachi JP1/Automatic Job Management System, Toshiba Singapore managed to achieve high efficiency in job management, at the same time reducing the administrative burden on its IT team and end-users and improving data accuracy.
A growing business finds a reliable way to store more data into a smaller footprint
Non-profit medical centers all over the United States rely on University HealthSystem Consortium (UHC) to store vital data for their operations. To help control rising costs and reduce its growing server space, UHC turned to Hitachi Data Systems for a solution. Manager of Infrastructure, Steven Carlberg, explains how Hitachi offered an ideal solution and became a reliable partner every step of the way.
Hitachi Cable Manchester addresses concerns about PVC used in cable products
Polyvinyl Chloride (PVC) is the most widely used cable insulating material in the world. Studies have shown that it may have harmful effects on humans and animals. In this feature, representatives from Hitachi Cable Manchester (now part of Hitachi Cable America) discuss the pros and cons of PVC and compare it to other plastics commonly used by people around the world every day.
Tourists to Japan's beautiful southern islands get a convenient way to charge EVs
Millions of tourists visit the sunny and beautiful Okinawa Islands each year. Over 220 electric vehicles are being rented out to visitors for an eco-friendly way to get around the islands. AEC is a local company that wanted to set up rapid-charging facilities tourists could use to keep their EVs running. Hitachi offered the technologies and reliability to allow AEC to meet its goals.
Hitachi technologies assist Minnesota Power in meeting strict emissions standards
To comply with strict federal and state air quality standards, Minnesota Power faced a need to reduce its emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide and other pollutants. Amongst specific requirements and a tight schedule, Hitachi Power Systems America was able to utilize its technologies and expertise to help MP surpass its goals.
Poland's PBS Bank employs Finger Vein Technology to provide important services to customers
PBS Bank was looking for a secure and reliable way to distribute social benefits and provide other services to its customers, including cash withdrawals. Hitachi's Finger Vein Technology was offered as a solution that could enable efficient and secure services benefitting a wide range of users. It was seen as a breakthrough that could make services more efficient and also help this community bank to gain new clients. What at first was considered a novelty is now something the bank feels it can't live without.
A solution for reducing voltage fluctuations from renewable energy use
Renewable energies such as solar and wind power are a key part of the UK's ambitious carbon reduction targets. However, inconsistencies in weather can cause fluctuations in voltage for power customers. Hitachi Europe Smart Cities Energy Group put its expertise and technologies to work to help address these problems in an effective way, including the installation of Hitachi D-STATCOM near a wind farm.
Experience and teamwork lead to a dependable and exciting experience for passengers
Japan's bullet trains are known throughout the world for their speed, design, and reliability. Hitachi, which built the Shinkansen, drew on its experience supplying trains for the Japanese market when it was contracted to deliver the UK's first domestic high-speed rail service. Learn about how Hitachi expertise, technology, and know-how were put to use to create Britain's favorite commuter train.
A growing region gets a much-needed upgrade in its transportation system
Safe, reliable, and efficient transportation is the goal of Trensurb, the agency responsible for upgrading the rail system in a southern region of Brazil. Overcrowded highways were once a part of daily life for commuters between these rapidly-growing cities. But with the train system provided by Hitachi Transportation Systems, Trensurb was able to meet its goal and provide commuters with the means to get where they need to be with amazing reliability.
An aging infrastructure is upgraded to provide water to 8.8 million people
Sao Paulo attracted a huge influx of people in the 1960s, but its outdated water infrastructure couldn't support this growth in population. To combat shortages and improve water quality, the service provider Sabesp needed a partner. A worldwide search led them to Hitachi Plant Technologies, who helped Sabesp find a solution to its battle with rugged uphill terrain and keep the water supply flowing.
The German Space Operations Center uses Hitachi data storage to manage experiments in space
The Columbus Module is the European research laboratory on the International Space Station. The German Space Operations Center needed a stable, reliable storage system to manage vital data for experiments to be conducted on the ISS. Its previous system could not meet the demands of the job, which is why it turned to Hitachi Data Systems. The result is a system that fully meets current and future needs with virtually zero outages.
An Australian coal mining contractor meets demand by growing its fleet of Hitachi equipment
At the Middlemount Coal Mine in Queensland, NRW Civil and Mining started its operations with a volume of 2.8 million tonnes of coal a year. That number will soon double, and a large part of its success is due to its growing fleet of Hitachi machinery. NRW workers have benefitted from Hitachi's leading-edge power and innovative tracking system - though the quick turnaround of Hitachi's dump trucks keeps them on their toes.
One of Australia's largest credit unions finds an outstanding partner in Hitachi Data Systems
Credit Union Australia (CUA), one of the country's largest customer-owned financial institutions, found that its information infrastructure was lacking in scalability and flexibility. It sought solutions from Hitachi, who not only provided reliable technical expertise to help it keep customers satisfied, but also exceeded CUA's demands with its approach to partnership. How did a disaster put this solution to the test?
A leader in Singapore's hoisting industry pursues innovation with Hitachi Capital
Since it was established in the early 1990s, BD CraneTech has grown into one of the leaders in Singapore's hoisting industry. As it gained experience in providing specialized services, it sensed innovative new opportunities to help its customers. Hitachi Capital provided the customized support that other financial companies couldn't offer, allowing BD CraneTech to pursue its dreams and exceed its targets.
Residents of Sri Lanka's second-largest city enjoy a plentiful supply of safe drinking water
The Greater Kandy region of Sri Lanka was facing a dilemma. Its water board needed to improve services to its growing population, which sometimes had to go without running water for several days a week or travel to remote wells. See how Hitachi Plant Technologies provided the equipment and training to keep Kandy City's residents from getting thirsty - all without exceeding the water board's budget.
Bank BPH becomes a pioneer in implementing Finger Vein Technology for authentication within its branches
In 2013, Bank BPH branches across Poland began using Finger Vein biometrics. The innovative technology first had to be connected to the bank's IT systems. Then customers had to be convinced of its security and its benefits. With Hitachi Europe Ltd. as a partner, Bank BPH was able to make this happen. How did it achieve its goals, and what future applications is it considering for this groundbreaking technology?
Low noise and a tight schedule were the key requirements for Waterford Crystal's air conditioning system
Waterford Crystal opened its elegant new showroom in Waterford, Ireland, to showcase its exquisite creations. Visitors come from around the world to see the world-renowned crystal works, so comfort was a top priority. Waterford asked Hitachi for an air conditioning system with quick installation, ease of operation, and low noise. Using Hitachi software and equipment, the quality and reliability keep staff and customers happy regardless of the weather outside.
The Nooriro commuter train for Korea Railroad provides benefits for passengers and the environment
Introduced in 2009, Nooriro is a lightweight electric train that operates between Seoul and Sinchang Stations. This next-generation system is part of Korea's efforts to phase out its older diesel locomotives in favor of more environmentally-friendly electric trains. Read how its sleek design, spacious interiors, and advanced technologies and support from Hitachi keep passengers comfortable and its operations efficient.
A radiology and imaging center provides a valuable service through a partnership with Hitachi
The Dar El Ashaa Radiology and Imaging Center is managed by the staff of the University of Alexandria Faculty of Medicine. It had to meet a growing demand in Egypt for MRI images with a limited budget. Hitachi Medical Systems became a trusted partner, providing equipment with an innovative "open" design along with training and maintenance - all while keeping costs within control.
A huge social facility in Brazil keeps thousands of visitors cool every day with Hitachi Air Conditioning
The SESC (Social Service of Commerce), an educational, cultural and leisure institution in Brazil, built a spacious new building in Sao Paulo. It needed an air conditioning solution that consumed low power and required little upkeep. Read about how Hitachi Air Conditioning Brazil has provided comfort, energy saving, and zero corrective maintenance in a facility that can welcome up to 15,000 people in a day.
Through diagnostic imaging, a hospital in Brazil fulfills an urgent need in its community
Located in the state of Sao Paulo, Brazil, the Santa Casa de Avaré is a hospital has strived to offer its local population the best possible healthcare services since 1904. Though it provided a full range of services, from heart disease to neurology surgeries, it needed an image diagnosis center. See how Hitachi Medical Systems' AIRIS II helped doctors perform tests more quickly and accurately and provide safer, better care to patients.
Loaning high-powered microscopes to schools in the U.S. ignites interest in science for students and teachers
There has been ongoing concern that American students are not receiving adequate education in math and the sciences. The number of students pursuing science-related careers is also decreasing at the same time that job opportunities in science-related and high technology fields are increasing. Experts fear we will not be able to meet our future workforce needs. By loaning its TM3000 microscope to schools and universities around the country, Hitachi is hoping to help get students and teachers excited about science.
Microscopes at Mobile Nanotechnology Schools in Brazil motivate students and inspire development
After surveying various new technologies, SESI and SENAI-SP, two non-profit social and educational institutes in São Paulo , saw nanotechnology as an opportunity for investment in knowledge and a way to stimulate youth education. The project Nanomundo (Nanoworld) uses Hitachi's TM3000 TableTop Microscope in its teaching concepts and high-tech experiments, demonstrating the importance of sciences today and in the future.
Hilton Istanbul is working towards its sustainability goals with help from Hitachi
The Hilton Istanbul is more than Turkey's first five-star hotel. It's part of a global hospitality business that makes sustainability a top priority. Due to population growth and urbanization, demand for water is constantly increasing in Istanbul, along with cost. The Hilton turned to Hitachi for a solution that would allow it to reuse and conserve water through innovative technologies.
Two UK companies find the monitoring solutions they need in Global e-Service
HM Plant rents out construction machinery. Land & Water uses machinery for development projects. Both companies faced challenges in managing huge volumes of information about vital aspects of their businesses. See how deploying Hitachi’s Global e-Service system helped them stay on top of their wide-ranging operations.
Advanced ATM Solution technology for Evolved Needs in India, Hitachi
Karur Vysya Bank (KVB) is a national bank with 551 branches and 1277 ATMs across India. The bank needed an automated solution for its burdened teller services. Hitachi-Omron Terminal Solutions installed HT-2845-V ATM terminals at over 150 of its locations. KVB’s administrative processes and cash flow were thus streamlined and customer service also improved.
An IT services company finds the right partner to advance their business
3 Step IT wanted to grow their business across the region and increase their service offerings to clients. In Hitachi Capital, they found a leasing partner who understood their business well and could offer unique solutions. This ongoing partnership has led to new business opportunities, company growth, and significant contributions to society and the environment.
An Australian staffing service gives skilled technicians the tools to succeed
Skill Hire in Western Australia supplies apprentices and trainees to businesses. It also trains workers in a variety of trade skills and the use of tools. Hitachi Power Tools Australia, a supplier of high-quality, reliable tools, has partnered with Skill Hire to supply some of its newest equipment as well as education and assistance for the Skill Hire training center. It's a win-win for everyone because the tools - and the skills - will last for whole careers.
Abu Dhabi’s Environment Agency uses Hitachi technology to solve a conservation challenge
A conservation program sought to reintroduce the Arabian Oryx to its natural habitat. But the only water in this remote desert area was deep underground, and had twice the salt content of seawater. Plus there was no electricity. Read about how Hitachi applied its technologies to an ingenious solution that desalinates water with minimum environmental impact.
A massive heating and cooling center becomes more efficient thanks to Hitachi Appliances' innovative new chiller
The Shinjuku District Heating and Cooling Center opened in 1971 to centrally manage air conditioning for buildings in the busy Shinjuku region of Tokyo. Hitachi Appliances designed and manufactured the centrifugal chiller that serves as the center's core. When time came to replace the chiller, the Center's operators asked for a more efficient model. Through extensive testing this "legendary" machine was made into a next-generation chiller with innovations in numerous areas.