Established in 1985 in Washington, DC, the Hitachi Foundation aims to enhance the well-being of disadvantaged people and communities in North America and to create knowledge that advances good corporate citizenship.
Protecting personal information, guarding against crime, ensuring the food safety-these are just some examples of heightened security consciousness nowadays. The Hitachi Group utilizes all of its capabilities to provide solutions for keeping our society safe and secure.
Hitachi is implementing its founding mission, "to contribute to society through technology." This extends beyond product development to include the education of youth, the introduction of the fruits of innovation, and programs aimed at raising public interest in science and technology.
Since its founding, Hitachi has devoted itself to fostering young technicians and passing down skills within the organization.
We have competed in the national championships for the WorldSkills Competitions since the first in 1963, with strong results at domestic and international competitions.
ALS is a disease that causes the muscles in a person's body to cease functioning properly. Hitachi has developed the communication devices "Den-no-shin" and "Kokoro Gatari" to connect ALS patients with their families.